The Ski Resort
The Austrian ski resort Bergeralm is located near Steinach am Brenner. On the 30 kilometres of alpine slopes winter sports enthusiasts of all levels can feel at home. Ten kilometres of the ski area are marked as blue slopes, ten kilometres are of medium difficulty and nine kilometres are black slopes. With quite a lot of medium and difficult slopes, the Bergeralm is very suitable for advanced skiers. For beginners it is more complicated, because the nine kilometres of blue marked pistes are located in the upper part of the ski area and a red run has to be mastered for the downhill run to the base station. For experts there is also a mogul slope.
With eight lifts, the winter sports enthusiasts can be brought comfortably and safely up to 2,200 metres and enjoy perfectly groomed descents and the breathtaking Wipptal panorama. About 90 percent of the slopes can be covered with artificial snow, which is why snow reliability can be guaranteed on the Bergeralm from the end of November to the beginning of April. The ultimate "night-ride-feeling" can be experienced by winter sports enthusiasts skiing at night on nine illuminated kilometres of slopes.
In the Ski-Kinderland the little ones can master their first ski and snowboard attempts together with other kids. Professional teachers from the three local ski schools support the little ones and teach them the ABC of winter sports. Directly behind the "Hoher Turm Bergeralm" double chairlift, the children's ski slope, a magic carpet and a ski carousel await little beginners. Once the first descents are mastered and the kids have their skis safely under control, it's time for the children's ski cross track in the ski area. And in Noah's Kids Funpark the little freestylers can practice the coolest tricks on various jumps, rails, boxes and corners and prove their skills.
At the Nösslachjoch freeride fans can hover over the snow and experience a feeling of weightlessness trying Snowkiting.
- The vertical drop from summit to base is 3937 ft. The average difference in altitude between base and summit of Ski Resorts in Austria is 2379 ft. Most runs are therefore relatively long. The ski resort takes you to an elevation of 7218 ft.
- Average snow depth during the season is 43 " at summit elevation and 20 " at base elevation. Snow coverage is usually best during February, offering an average snow depth of 48 " at summit elevation and 25 " at the base.
- Bergeralm features 68 sunny days on average per season. The average for all ski Resorts in Austria is 65 sunny days. March is the sunniest month with an average of 24 sunny days.
Snow Safety & Snowmaking
On Mountain Dining
The typical Tyrolean friendliness can be experienced surrounded by a fabulous mountain world and clear, cool air in three huts and mountain restaurants during a cosy stop. The Bergeralm Panorama Restaurant is located in the heart of the ski area, directly at the middle station. When you stop here you can enjoy the unique panorama of the Wipptaler Bergwelt . On the sun terrace or in the modern restaurant you will be spoiled with national and international cuisine.
Slightly below is the Bergeralm hut. In the rustically furnished self-service restaurant, winter sports enthusiasts can fortify themselves with Tyrolean home cooking. The Bärenfalle Restaurant, one of the most popular mountain restaurants, welcomes its guests with a spacious sun and lake terrace overlooking the Steinboden reservoir. Here, too, typical Tyrolean cosiness is lived and traditional dishes are served. Winter hikers and cross-country skiers can use the Nösslachhütte for a short break.
Most Difficult Runs
Every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 18.30 to 21.30 four departures with a total length of 9 kilometres for night skiing will be lit up.
The illuminated toboggan run next to the Bergeralm invites you to a fun toboggan run. Over a distance of five kilometres, the rapid toboggan ride takes you over snow-covered paths and through illuminated toboggan tunnels back down to the valley. An absolute highlight for young and old. Cross-country skiing enthusiasts can glide through the snow-covered winter landscape on a ten-kilometre-long high-altitude cross-country trail, which offers fascinating views of the Wipptal mountains. In addition to a classic trail, there is also a skating and hiking track. The evening also ends nicely with ice skating or relaxing in the indoor pool.
Après-Ski and Nightlife
Dining and Restaurants
Infrastructure & Rental
Affiliate ShopsSki Rentals Bergeralm (1)
Winter sports enthusiasts who are travelling from the north can follow the A13 (Brenner motorway) to the Matrei / Steinach exit. After about 5 kilometres on the B182, the Brenner federal road, you get directly to Steinach and the Bergeralm base station. If you are coming from the south, you can use the Brenner motorway to the Brenner Ort exit and then also take the B182 to Steinach. After about 10 kilometres you arrive at the base station of the Bergeralm. There are plenty of parking spaces available for visitors.
Who wants to travel by public transport can do so, for example, by train. Steinach has its own train station. You can also travel to the region by plane. Innsbruck airport is only 28 kilometres away. From there you can take the S-Bahn and bus to Steinach. A little further away (about two hours by car) are the airports of Munich and Salzburg.