- Night skiing across 9 km of illuminated slopes
- Night tobogganing with cosy rest stops
- Kinderland Bergeralm
If you are looking for a small, but very fine skiing resort that combines top piste quality and cosy stopovers, you have found your paradise in the Bergeralm Skiing & Leisure Arena. The popular skiing resort in the Wipptal presents itself with 30 km of perfectly groomed slopes and the incomparable Wipptal panorama.
A warm front will move into our region during the day. Clouds will gradually thicken after midday and it will start to snow before the evening.
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In 2019, the Bergeralm was chosen by Skiresort.de as an insider tip in the category "World's leading skiing resorts up to 30 km of pistes".
The Bergeralm pistes in the Wipptal Valley, which have been awarded the Tyrolean Piste Quality seal, are located at altitudes between 1,000 and 2,200 metres. With the combined "Hoher Turm" lifts you can comfortably reach the Nösslachjoch as you prefer.
Families feel particularly at home when spending their skiing holiday in the Wipptal as the Bergeralm Ski Pass is included in the SKI plus CITY Pass Stubai Innsbruck, and the ski lift in Trins is particularly impressive. In addition to that the runs are very family-friendly.
If you have always wanted to ride a snow groomer, the Bergeralm is the right place for you in winter. Every Friday and Saturday (4:30 - 5:30 and 5:30 - 6:30 pm) this is possible after registration at the Valley Station. With its competitive illumination, the Bergeralm is one of the largest night skiing arenas in Europe.
Every Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday, the Night Ride event (25% discount on night tickets with the SKI plus CITY Pass Stubai Innsbruck) is available across more than 9 km.
On selected days, the Bergeralm ski lifts operate as early as 06:30 am. Early birds can then put their skills to the test and fully enjoy morning skiing on empty pistes.
At the Nösslachjoch, 2,231 metres above sea level, three municipal areas intersect: Steinach, Trins, and Gries at the Brenner. The Nösslachjoch in the Stubai Alps is also known as Steinacher Jöchl.