Ski Juwel

Ski Juwel is quieter than most Alps ski regions, but still a quaint ski resort in Austria. Alpbachtal and Wildschőnau have recently combined as two ski mountains for 145 kilometers of prepared ski trails served by 47 lifts across two valleys. Ski Juwel is great for learning families, with pleasant skiing, just enough groomed ski slopes, excellent ski schools, plus some off-piste for backcountry skiers.

Ski Juwel is not so fancy as Kitzbuhel or St Anton, but its fun and relaxed – with a beautiful alpine village nearby for lodging – Alpbach. Ski Juwel is becoming a popular destination for families, particularly Brits, since the new connection, new lifts, and glittery new name, but there has been skiing here for over 50 years. Ski Juwel is open for night skiing certain evenings, and has a host of fun events throughout the season, to include fireworks and snow park contests.

Ski Juwel Stats:
Two Mountains – Alpbachtal and Wildschőnau
Summit Elevation 2,025 meters, 6,643’
47 Lifts, 140 Kilometers of pistes, Night skiing
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