Bergeralm ski & leisure arena


Small but fine skiing area between Innsbruck and the Brenner

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30 km of perfectly groomed slopes extend across an altitude from 1,000 to 2,200 m, catering for all levels of abilities. The manageable range of slopes, combined with the unique scenery of the Wipptal region, instils an extraordinary sense of pleasure to winter guests. The slopes are distinguished with the Tyrolean "Piste Quality Seal" and provide the ideal terrain for beginners through to ambitious racers.

Our plus: Night Skiing
Night is turned into day every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 6.30pm to 9.30pm. Experience the ultimate night ride within 3 sections - with more than 9 km in length and 4 different descents. With competition-approved lighting, the Bergeralm is one of the largest night skiing arenas in Europe.

Children’s ski area
Children will especially enjoy the Bergeralm, since Noah the mascot will accompany them from the very first rounds. The little ones can relax in the supervised play corner at the panoramic restaurant when their legs start to get tired.

Ideal for beginners
We also recommend beginners and younger children trying the T-bar lifts in Vals, Navis and Obernberg with leisurely downhill slopes, and the two gentle descents in Trins. There is a paradise in Trins, adjacent to the ski area, for kids with space to play and romp around while mom and dad enjoy a cup of coffee on the sunny terrace of the Liftstüberl restaurant.

Skiing area Bergeralm


Find out more about the skiing area Bergeralm - prices, opening hours and slope panorama

Refreshment possibilities


Information about the Panorama restaurant Bergeralm, the restaurant Bärentraum & après ski at the bottom station

Hiking area Bergeralm


Find out more about all the wonderful hiking possibilities and the water world "Bärenbachl"

Accommodation in the skiing area


Staying overnight directly in the Bergeralm Ski and Leisure Arena - that has its advantages!

The Tyrol bike park


Find out more about the Tyrol bike park at the Bergeralm with its challenging downhill slopes

Contact to Bergeralm

You've got a question?

Don't hesitate to contact someone of the Bergeralm staff: phone: 0043 5272 6333; mail: mail@bergeralm.net