Altitude: 650-2025 Meters

Ski Juwel in short

  • Breathtaking views
  • Excellent skiing for all levels
  • Child-friendly facilities

An 8-seater gondola lift from Inneralpbach to the top of the Schatzberg has been recently installed ensuring the link between Alpbach and Wildschönau. The result of this link is the Ski Juwel ski area, a vast area with access to around 130km of slopes meaning it it considered to be among the largest ski areas in the Tyrol region! The connection between the two valleys (the ski resorts of Wildschönau and Alpbach) has given a new dynamic feel in the area and the inhabitants hope to attract many more skiers and snowboarders looking for something new. The ski area stretches from Reith in the west and to the east of Niederau. Between these 2 points is a versatile ski area with a range of ski slopes where every skier can enjoy him/herself. Advanced skiers will find a challenge on the slopes of the Schatzberg, while families with children and beginners will prefer the Reither Kogel and Gmahkopf.

Wildschönau and Alpbach have long been known to be very child-friendly ski resorts and nothing has changed since the emergence of the Ski Juwel ski area in Austria. Families love the Alpbach and Wildschönau ski areas because of the child-friendly facilities and affordable ski pass prices. With a combination of excellent skiing and good childcare you will understand why many families come back every year to this beautiful part of Tyrol. Beginners can ski their first runs on the two practice slopes in Alpbach. The slopes of the 1900 meter high Gmahkopf are particularly suited to beginner and intermediate skiers. The ski slopes are very well maintained and located in a beautiful wooded area. The views of the Wiedersbergerhorn Hütte are simply breathtaking.

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Overview of slopes and lifts in Ski Juwel

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Additional information

Blue slopes26 km Drag lifts29Start of the season7 December
Red slopes54 km Chair lifts7End of the season7 April
Black slopes13 km Gondola lifts9Glacier
Off-piste16 km Train0Min. altitude650 m
Total109 km Capacity52980 Pers./HourMax. altitude2025 m

travelResorts in Ski Juwel ski area

Off-piste & freestyle in Ski Juwel

Snow parks 3Tables
Half pipeBoxes
Quarter pipeRails
BoardercrossOff-piste allowed
KickersOff-piste zone

Ski pass prices (low season)

Low season 6-day ski pass Children Adults Free up to
Kitzbüheler Alpen EUR 119.00 EUR 239.50 6 Years old
Ski Juwel Alpbachtal Wildschönau EUR 107.50 EUR 214.50 5 Years old
Super Ski Card EUR 141.00 EUR 264.00 6 Years old

Ski pass prices (high season)

High season 6-day ski pass Children Adults Free up to
Kitzbüheler Alpen EUR 133.00 EUR 266.00 6 Years old
Ski Juwel Alpbachtal Wildschönau EUR 119.00 EUR 238.00 5 Years old
Super Ski Card EUR 141.00 EUR 283.00 6 Years old

Blogs about Ski Juwel

20 June 2019 by Danielle in 'Ski areas'' | 0

The Alps are home to some of the most spectacular panoramas in the world, but a surprising number of ski resorts manage to totally trash this scenery by constructing the ugliest buildings you can imagine (we're looking at you, Flaine). If booking a ski holiday in a beautiful ski resort is important to you, then check out this list of ten charming alpine villages - with world-class skiing to boot!... More ›

26 March 2019 by Danielle in 'Mountain restaurants'' | 0

It's inching towards spring skiing weather in many ski resorts and this is the perfect time to be seeking out the best mountain terraces in the Alps!  The longer days and warm weather make you want to spend every second outside, so instead of huddling around a hearth clutching mugs of mulled wine, you'll increasingly find us skiers and snowboarders shedding the winter jacket and kicking back with an Aperol Spritz in a sun lounger, enjoying the sunshine!  Here are 10 of our favourite al... More ›

27 April 2018 by Danielle in 'Ski areas'' | 0

Innsbruck is a true winter sports paradise. The picturesque Tyrolean capital is nestled right in the centre of dozens of ski areas and seems to be tailor-made for a winter holiday. With nonstop flights on EasyJet from London and Bristol and plenty of shuttle buses once you arrive in Innsbruck, it’s a perfectly doable option for a week of skiing or snowboarding. Once in Austria you can choose to stay in Innsbruck itself or exploring a bit further along the winding valleys. Whatever you choos... More ›

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