Ski Lifts in Nassfeld

Nassfeld is an instant surprise for first-time visitors. If they have in mind that they are going to a lesser-known resort, they may expect a below-par lift system, but what they get is a state-of-the-art, highly sophisticated lift network that compares with any in the Alps and surpasses many.

Nassfeld Ski Lifts

Nassfeld’s 110 km of marked pistes are served by 30 ski lifts including five gondolas, four 6-seater chair lifts, four 4-seater chairs and 17 drag lifts. That’s a high proportion of drag lifts admittedly, but drag lifts are still quite popular in many areas of Austria. The bottom lift station is at 610 m, rising to 2,020 m a vertical elevation of 1,410 m from bottom to top.

The flagship lift – the Millennium Express gondola – whisks skiers and boarders from the Tropolach bottom station to Madritsche in 17 minutes – a four-mile journey and 1,309 m vertical elevation.

The ski lift network capacity of 44,000 people an hour has reduced queues to virtual non-existence.

Nassfeld Ski Passes

The Nassfeld ski pass which, apart from day passes, covers all Carinthian and Eastern Tirol ski areas and is valid for the nearby family ski areas of Weissbriach, Weissensee and Kotschach-Mauthen. The areas are all linked by free ski bus. 


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