About the Resort
Think of some of the loveliest slopes in Austria, combined with a picture-postcard traditional Tirolean village and you’ll have a good idea of what you can expect from the beautiful Alpbach piste map. Known as the ‘village of thinkers’, its accreditation as location for the venue for the annual Alpbach European Forum
While Alpbach village is found at 1000 metres, most of the main skiing for the ski slopes of Alpbach is on the Wiedersberger Horn, which does mean a bus ride from the village. This isn’t ideal, however at 2025 metres, you’ll find the highest slopes of the available Alpbach pistes. Read More
Austria is certainly renowned for its hospitality and spotless rooms – across all of its resorts. You’ll find a good choice of 3- and 4-star Alpbach hotels which make up the Alpbach ski accommodation. Top of the list is the historic 4-star superior Boglerhof and the 4-star Alphof, which are both highly rated. Read More
You’ll find an average of around 3 snow days per week through the season at the Alpbach piste. However it can fall as low as 1.8 for April, which means that it’s not a recommended ski location for Easter or Spring. Read More
We’re not surprised that Alpach was the winner of the ‘Most Beautiful Village in Austria’. A beautiful Tirolean village featuring the traditional dark-wooden chalets, you’ll find a pretty little church in the centre; well worth a visit. Set amongst a pine forest background, take a short bus ride to the ski lifts, your Alpbach ski lift pass will take you from Inneralpbach or Liftstuberl. Read More
Alpach is a gorgeous small and charming village. You’ve got great atmosphere and après ski in Alpbach and it’s a perfect location for those looking for relaxation and beautiful views. Read More
+Good lift system
+Great local food and restaurants.
+Beautiful, charming alpine village
Things to think about
-low altitude so snow can suffer later in the season.
-Lots of traffic in the village centre
Ski Juwel Alpbachtal Wildschönau ski area pass.
Child Price- children born: 2006-2015