Speikboden, Campo Tures

4.7
Ski Area · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Speikboden is a massif in the Central Eastern Alps located between the three valleys Weißenbach, Mühlwald and Ahrntal. Running in a south-easterly direction, it forms the eastern part of an outlier of the western Zillertal Alps. Its highest point, likewise named Speikboden, is 2,517 m. Further well-known peaks in this massif include Seewassernock (2,516 m), Große Nock (2,400 m), Kleine Nock (2,227 m) and Gornerberg (2,475 m).

Villages in the valley include Lappach, Luttach, Mühlwald, Sand in Taufers, St. Johann and Weißenbach.

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  • This was my first ever ski trip and this was my first ever ski run which was the best place to start. We had a kids run so started there. Once I had a coach and got a little confident doing that we...  more »
  • My kids and I had an amazing experience here. We had 3-day classes, private classes for me and Junior Club for the kids. Super experience ! My instructor Harold was awesome, despite language barriers....  more »
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  • It’s a fine ski resort. Fine ski slopes. Enough restaurants to eat and drink. Good cozy apres-ski igloo to relax and chill out. Good quality snow. I don’t give it 5 stars because some slopes are too icy and complicated.
  • We have been to Speikboden two times now and really love it. The ski instructors are so knowledgeable and fantastic. We skied with Doris this year and the other year with Charly. They improved our skiing so dramatically. I would say the instruction is some of the best instruction for any sport I have done in my life and I have taken extensive riding and swimming instruction. This is a very family- and kids- friendly ski resort with a variety of terrain and great food options. We love skiing down to Mittlestation which is a traditional "hut" or large cabin. The food is incredibly good, especially their pasta with ragu in a pan and rosti, which is grilled potatoes in butter with two eggs and parma ham on top. For the holiday season this year they had a huge snow castle and giant igloos you can go into and have drinks. Also we rented sleds and you can ski down from the top of "Speiky-way" all the way to the village 7 km below then take the public bus with your pass back to the ski resort. So much fun.

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