Idyllically situated in a basin between the Achental Valley and the Brandenberg Valley, the small village of Steinberg am Rofan has a resort which particularly attracts novices and families looking for peace and quiet.
The village of Steinberg am Rofan, which comprises six small hamlets, has only about 300 inhabitants. Nevertheless, it has its own ski resort in the heart of the Brandenberg Alps. Thanks to its relatively small size it is particularly popular with families. The area lies at 1,000 to 1,200 metres above sea level and has a total of about 1,000 metres of pistes. There is a practice slope with a baby lift and two other easy slopes, where novices and children can practise their first turns in peace. The longest of the slopes is located on the Gfaßköpfe near Hintersteinberg and can be reached with the Rofanlift II. This run is also suitable as a training or racing slope. If you are hungry after all that practising, why not stop off at the Liftstüberl in the car park, for example, or at the family-friendly Silberwaldhütte hut by the baby lift for a drink and a bite to eat?