The Nauders am Reschenpass – Bergkastel ski resort is situated in the Holiday Region Tiroler Oberland in Tyrol, Austria. Boasting 75 km of slopes and 11 km of ski routes, the winter sports area spans elevations from 1,400 to 2,750 m. With 11 lifts transporting guests, the resort provides a diverse skiing and snowboarding experience. Nauders at the Reschen Pass - Bergkastel is strategically positioned at the crossroads of the Mediterranean Vinschgau and the Upper Inn Valley. Multiple lifts from the base station of this Tyrolean winter sports destination transport visitors to just below the Gueser Kopf. The slopes descending from this point are typically broad and meticulously groomed, offering an enjoyable skiing experience. The Zirmabfahrt, one of Austria's widest ski slopes, is a notable feature. Catering to the needs of young skiers, the Nauderix children's area and Goldpark Nauders provide ideal learning environments. The resort also offers practice slopes and beginner-friendly ski runs. For freeriders, Nauders at the Reschen Pass offers a selection of ski routes. At the modern Nauders cable car center (Seilbahncenter), located at the base station of the Bergkastel cable car, amenities include a ski depot with numerous lockers, a sports shop, and a restaurant.

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Nauders is situated in the Tyrolean Oberland region of Austria, near the village of Nauders, approximately 7km north of the Reschen Pass into Italy. Trains from Innsbruck or Zurich stop at Landeck-Zams, and from there, the route 210 bus runs regularly to Nauders village and the Bergkastel ski lift base.

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