In the heart of Austria's Kitzbüheler Alps, the Wildschönau Valley is home to the resort of Niederau. This charming Tyrolean village is surrounded by stunning natural scenery and has been welcoming skiers since the 1940s. The main village of the four in the valley, Niederau has fantastic facilities and 70km of marked slopes. Perfect for all kinds of sports and activities the landscape of the Wildschönau Valley makes Niederau a great resort for snow sports enthusiasts of all ages and abilities. Split between three ski areas, Niederau, Auffach, and Oberau, the slopes of the Wildschönau Valley start at 830m and reach up to 1,900m, and the variety of terrain found across these areas means there's something for everyone. From the gentle beginner's slopes on the Markbachjoch plateau in Niederau to the black runs on the highest parts of the Schatzberg ski area in Auffach, the choice of slopes is immense. And with the Kitzbüheler Alpen AllStarCard you can have access to ten ski regions in the Tyrol and Slazburg, that gives you more than 1000km of pistes to explore up to 3,000m in height with glacier skiing, eight snowparks, and guaranteed snow. Along with downhill skiing and snowboarding this part of Austria is excellent for all sorts of other winter sports, like cross-country skiing, tobogganing, snowshoe walking, ice climbing, and many more - and Niederau is the perfect resort from which to explore these activities. For your après ski time the village is well equipped with a bowling alley, gym, beauty salons, and fitness centre. After enjoying the world cuisines in the restaurants night owls can go on to relax in the bars and dance until dawn in the nightclubs. Or for a quieter evening activity you can take one of the moonlit horse drawn sleigh rides through the valley. This choice of things to do, the quality snow sports facilities, and the family-friendly atmosphere make Niederau the perfect place for all kinds of winter holiday, and at only 45 minutes from Innsbruck getting there couldn't be easier.