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Nauders Ski Resort Austria

Nauders is another of those Austrian surprise packages that impresses with its snow quality, lift infrastructure, local hotels & skiable vertical. The resort is ski pass linked to the recently modernised & nearby Italian resort of Schoeneben-Belpiano, creating the cross-border Zwei Lander Ski Arena. Nauder's village return ski trail goes past a fantastic medieval castle; just one of the many treats in the broader Reschen Pass area. More information about this European ski resort is coming soon.

While we catch with more important ski resorts, muse over the probable pros & cons by looking at the Nauders ski trail map here.

Where is Nauders Austria?

The Nauders Bergkastel ski resort is near the charming village of the same name in the Austrian Tyrol only 7km north of the Reschen Pass into Italy. By road, Nauders is 43km south of the major transport hub of Landeck-Zams & only 113km from the best ski city in the world – Innsbruck. The best gateway airports are Innsbruck (INN) (for UK & European flight origins) & Munich (MUC) or Zurich (ZRH) (for everyone else).

We recommend using public transport to get to Nauders. Trains from Innsbruck or Zurich all stop at Landeck-Zams. From Landeck-Zams bus or train station, the route 210 bus runs regularly all the way to Nauders village & the Bergkastel ski lift base. Several services link up directly with the train services from Innsbruck. Journey time on the bus is around 1¼hr.

Search & book train tickets to Landeck-Zams here. Purchase bus tickets to Nauders from the driver.

A free ski bus (the Zwei Länder Skiarena Skibus) connects Nauders & the Bergkastel ski lifts to the Schöneben-Belpiano ski lift base regularly throughout the day. Within Nauders itself, free ski buses rotate through the town connecting the short distance to the local ski lifts at Bergkastelseilbahn from 8.10am to 18.40pm

Nauders Accommodation

Nauders is one of those wonderful Tyrolean alpine villages with the perfect balance of location, tradition, services, amenity & modernity. Schloss Naudersberg (Naudersberg Castle) dominates the town & in addition to simply providing a stunning backdrop, even offers apartment style accommodation within it walls. The village itself is loaded with exceptional hotels, apartments, pensions & guesthouses. At least two ski-in ski-out lodgings are located within the ski area - Bergresort Das Jochelius & the Berggasthof Parditsch.

Search & book all Nauders ski accommodation here.

The town of Pfunds is only 15min drive away from Nauders, providing another (more affordable) accommodation option. It is connected by ski bus to the resort, with several services in the morning & return services after lunchtime.

Search & book all Pfunds ski accommodation here.


The Powderhounds checked out Nauders in 2020. We had a few false starts due several extreme weather days resulting in major lift closures across not only the resort, but most ski areas across Austria & northeast Italy. We left the day before it finally opened up! Oh well. We will endeavour to revisit & actually ski it fully in future seasons – hopefully soon. Interestingly, across the Reschen Pass in Italy the modern & family friendly Belpiano ski area was open most days during the same storm! All its lifts area on a different aspect. Wind direction is everything in the Alps. We will add new photos & insights after we ski the whole mountain.

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