The small village lies at 1,395 metres above sea level and is quite a big deal when it comes to outdoor adventure. Because here you can experience limitless holidays. We’re not just saying that. It’s true: Thanks to its location in the border triangle of Italy, Austria and Switzerland, you can not only go beyond your physical limits here when hiking, mountain biking and skiing, but also beyond geographical ones. Here, every step becomes an experience, 2,000 kilometres of unforgettable trails await you, and in winter, you have even more activities to choose from. Five ski areas in the two-country ski arena are at your disposal – perfect for those who want to experience a bit more of winter. We even have a glacier for you – and plenty of activities off the slopes too.
"Try and overdo it once, and the world will be enchanted by you in no time! The boundless is called ingenious, even if it only were boundlessly crazy."
The Tyrolian Oberland
Nauders in every Season
If every step and every turn is an experience, you are probably in Nauders. Here, in the Tyrolean Oberland, you have a new choice every day: would you rather take it easy or go fast? Thanks to the location of this small town, snow reliably falls every winter, and the ski season lasts a particularly long time here. Real winter sports fans can even enjoy the slopes on the nearby Kaunertal Glacier until June. In between, you should take off your skis for a moment, because on the Kaunertal Glacier you have the opportunity to see a real crevasse from the inside. It’s not the Grand Canyon, but it’s still impressive.Book your time-out in the mountains.
In summer, our incredibly large network of marked hiking and mountain bike trails will whisk you away to a world where stress simply has no place. Regardless of whether you are looking for sporting highlights or a more leisurely tour: We’ve got you covered. The interactive hiking map of Nauders is sure to inspire you to find a new favourite trail every day. The 3-Länder Card allows you to use the mountain railways free of charge and puts you right in the middle of the fun.
The eventful history of Nauders also includes many a battle for territories and lands. The castles and fortresses in the region, such as Naudersberg Castle, bear witness to this. Built at the beginning of the 14th century, it has been privately owned since 1980 and has since been renovated with an eye for detail. The showrooms can be visited.