Best See Bergbahnen Snowboarding

The 47th most popular snowboarding destination in Austria.

  Silvretta Ski Arena, Tirol, Austria


  November 15, 2020

Southwest of Innsbruck and Landeck, the See Bergbahnen has 35 pistes totaling 41km that are served by 5 lifts which access a descent of 1400m. The main base gondola heads up from the carpark to the mid-station and most of your day will be doing laps from the mid-station up to the above treeline summits. You'll really only be heading back down to the gondola base station at the end of the day. Most of the pistes are north-facing for reliable snow coverage all season.

The See ski area is well known for its various ungroomed ski routes. The difficult black ski route #33 is called Adrenalin. Off the Versing 8-person chairlift on the far east side of the ski area, there are 3 ungroomed ski routes to explore including #34, #35 and #36 (the longest).

The See ski area is part of the Silvretta Ski Arena. If you purchase the full Silvretta ski pass, you can snowboard at See, Kappl, Galtur, Ischgl and Samnaun. A ski bus is required to get between the ski areas within Silvretta. Keep in mind that the default See ski pass does not include the Silvretta ski areas, so make sure to ask.

To reach the snowboarding at See from Innsbruck or Zurich, take the train to the Landeck station. There is an hourly Post Bus from the Landeck train station up to See (45 min). In addition, there is a free ski bus from See further up to Ischgl Florian Platz, so you may prefer to stay in Ischgl on the northwest side near Florian Platz to enjoy both ski area.

Overall, See Bergbahnen is the 47th most popular snowboard & freeride destination of all 75 snowboarding resorts in Austria. Several of the better snowboarding resorts are nearby See Bergbahnen including Ischgl, Kappl, Samnaun and Galtuer.

Local Contacts:  See Tourismusverband +43 50 990 400; Tirol Tourism (0043) 512-72727.

Best Season:  Jan. - Mar.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

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PDF Map:  click here

GPS:  47.082267, 10.464023

Date Published:  2/1/2017

Date Updated:  11/15/2020

ID:  25071

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