- Resort altitude: 1,000 metres
- 109 km of skiing
- 26 km Blue, 54 km Red, 13 km Black runs
- Transfer time: approx. 1 hour by coach from Innsbruck
Skiing and snowboarding in Alpbach
Ski Alpbach! This delightful, award-winning, quintessentially traditional Austrian village with its gothic spired church, narrow streets, and minimal traffic is one of the most attractive villages in the Austrian Tyrol. Its traditional wooden farmhouses are set against the backdrop of the Gratlspitz peaks.
A gondola links Inneralpbach with the The Ski Juwel Area, giving beginners and intermediates an even wider selection of runs to choose from.
Non-skiers can enjoy a variety of activities and in the evenings horse-drawn sleigh rides to the Rossmoos Inn for a mulled wine are great fun.
All guests receive the ‘Alpbach Seenland Card’ which gives either free participation or reductions on activities such as snowshoeing, guided cross-country skiing, ice-skating and torchlit walks.
Where to stay in Alpbach
The resort has won awards for being “Austria’s most beautiful village”, and having the “purest air” in the country.
There is a great choices of accommodation in Alpbach. From budget friendly apartments to luxury hotels, there is something to suit everyone.
Bars and restaurants in Alpbach
There are a number of quality resort restaurants and mountain bars to try out in Alpbach.
The Böglalm is a great spot for some mulled wine or a hot chocolate. The Wiedersbergerhorn Hütte at the top of the Horn lift is a convenient meeting point to fuel up for lunch.
In resort there is a good variety of restaurants in and around Alpbach. As is typical of Austrian villages, many of them are based in the hotel's bars and restaurants.
What's included in an Inghams holiday to Alpbach
Flights, transfers and accommodation based on self catering, half board, chalet catering, full board or all inclusive. Optional add ons include equipment hire, lift pass and tuition, please see the 'Ski extras' tab below for more information on these.
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