Ski Nassfeld by Train

110 km of piste between 600-2020m

Although virtually unheard of outside Austria, Nassfeld is a really excellent resort when the snow is good - and despite being relatively low-lying, it has a good snow record and a long season. It has bags of nice cruisy runs, extensive off-piste, modern lifts, a great park and plenty of family-oriented activities. Après-ski is not bad either, and on Saturday's there is night skiing on what is claimed to be the longest floodlit piste in the Alps, at 2.2km. The resort is right on the Italian border and in the days before Schengen, I can remember skiing across to Italy for lunch, carefully avoiding the border guards who demaned papers from any skier who got within earshot!

Ski Nassfeld by train

A free skibus gets you between Hermagor and the lifts at Nassfeld in around 10 minutes. There are regular trains from Villach to Hermagor.

Getting to Nassfeld by Train

The best destination to access the downhill slopes by public transport in this ski area is Zweisimmen. Station adjacent to Gondola (left out of station). Note that the lift pass is good for all lifts in Gstaad Mountain Rides and on all local buses and the railway as far as Rossinière. Stations at Saanenmöser, Schönried, Saanen, Rougement and Château-d'Oex are all a few minutes walk from valley stations.

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