Playtime and fun on the mountain with Ski amadé summer lifts
Playtime and fun on the mountain with Ski amadé summer lifts

Fun sport

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A wide variety of fun sports in Ski amadé 

Adventures times three in a stunning setting 

Summer, sunshine and lots of sports to try: That’s what Ski amadé offers in summer. The magic word: variety.

On summer holiday, active guests have plenty of options to choose from. How about a fun-filled rafting adventure or a step-by-step ascent to the summit on one of the via ferratas? When it comes to horsepower, Ski amadé has lots to offer as well. On mountain go-karts or along a zipline, you’ll be whooshing over the mountains. 

You’re definitely among the go-getters in summer? Then we’ve got four good reasons for you why you’ll never get bored in summer in Ski amadé! 
 

Four good reasons to spend a fun sports holiday in Ski amadé

1. Climbing for daredevils in Grossarl Valley

Along the impressive Hüttschlager Wand rock face and across a distance of 150 metres, climbing aficionados can pursue their passion in dizzying heights. On the “Kupfergeist” via ferrata, vertical rock faces and a C-E level of difficulty await daring climbers. More info about climbing with one click!

By the way: In Gastein Valley, there’s even more to discover. Six via ferratas in all levels of difficulty and a challenging climbing wall on the Schlossalm let climbers’ hearts beat faster. The practice via ferratas are perfect for all rookie climbers. Go ahead and admire Ski amadé from a bird’s eye view – we dare you to! 

Playtime and fun on the mountain with Ski amadé summer lifts

2. An adrenaline rush for adventure freaks in Schladming-Dachstein

© Tom Lamm

You’ve reached the summit or your destination? Time to experience the region surrounding the Dachstein – actively and at a tearing speed. On the zipline, you’ll get a feel for what it means to fly. The biggest aerial ropeslide of the Alps takes you down into the valley at a staggering speed. Caution: not for the faint-hearted! 

All those who prefer ground contact should take the mountain go-karts for a spin. On four wheels, you’ll be hurling yourself down the mountain on forest roads – all the way to your destination. 

3. Listen up, high flyers!

A paragliding tandem flight  is a real highlight for Ski amadé holiday guests. Enjoy the mountain scenery of Salzburg and Styria from high above! Breathtaking views and a stunning panorama included.

4. Keep it rolling

Adventures and fun on the mountain with Ski amadé summer lifts

Have you ever heard of a fun sport by the name of “zorbing ”? No? Then off you go the sports world of Salzburg – time to roll down the mountains of Flachau in giant orbs!

Conveniently towards the summit: You’re looking for a convenient and comfortable way to get up the mountain? The summer lifts of Ski amadé take you right to the starting point of your adventures!

A heaping serving of courage, the right equipment and tons of excitement – you’ve always got that on hand? Then what are you waiting for? Find the right fun sport for you in Ski amadé! 

Cross-country trails Maria Alm

Maria Alm
Around 20 kms of loipes await you in the valley, also the high-altitude loipe on the Rossbrand with its 14 kms. Further information from Alpinschule Filzmoos, Edi Vierthaler
Cross-country trails with every variation and degree of difficulty are at your disposal, e.g. a 40 km long local cross-country trail or the 50 km long Tauernloipe. The network in the vicinity covers approx. 160 kms of interconnecting cross-country trails.
A total of 30 kms of perfectly prepared trails with different degrees of difficulty are at your disposal. From beginners, to skaters, and even for experts.
Around 60 kms of perfectly groomed trails await you in Rohrmoos and in the especially delightful Tauern valleys, Ober and Untertal. Skating stretch directly on the plateau.

Curling lane Filzmoos

Filzmoos

Sportlich, spannend und spektakulär – das alles bietet der neue, weltweit einzigartige "Crosspark Reiteralm"!
Im kommenden Winter steht dieses neue sportliche Highlight in der 4-Berge-Skischaukel auf der Reiteralm den Gästen zur Verfügung.

curling with our guests at the curling lane  for reservations contact tourist office Altenmarkt

curling with our guests at the curling lane  for reservations contact tourist office Filzmoos

Knirschender Schnee, jungfräuliche Pisten, die Lifte (fast) für dich alleine und ein perfektes Frühstück in einer der schönsten Hütten der Region Hochkönig. Das alles und noch mehr erlebt man beim Hochkönig Early Morning Skiing in Mühlbach am Hochkönig.

Beim Hochkönig Early Morning Skiing heißt es schon etwas zeitiger aufstehen. Treffpunkt ist um 07:15 Uhr bei der Kabinenbahn Karbachalm in Mühlbach mit anschließendem Skigenuss auf den Pisten rund um den Schneeberg. Gefahren wird in 3 Gruppen (pro, intermediate und chill), welche von der Geschäftsführung und Betriebsleitung der Hochkönig Bergbahnen begleitet werden. 25 Personen haben mittwochs (03.02., 10.02., 17.02., 24.02., 02.03. und 09.03.2016) die Möglichkeit ihre Schwünge in die unberührten Pisten am Hochkönig zu ziehen.

Im Preis von € 48,-- ist neben den Insider-Tipps der Bergbahnen ein Frühstück, serviert ab ca. 09:30 Uhr im Bergrestaurant Karbachalm, inkludiert.

Anmeldung und Information: Voraussetzung: skifahrerisches Können für (zumindest) rote Pisten und EIN GÜLTIGER SKIPASS. Limitierte Teilnehmerzahl, daher rechtzeitige Anmeldung erforderlich (wochentags 08:00 bis 12:00 Uhr im Büro der Hochkönig Bergbahnen, oder per Mail an office@hochkoenig-bergbahnen.at).

 

Flying Fox Park Mühlbach

Mandlwandstraße 110, 5505 Mühlbach am Hochkönig

Wasser, so weit das Auge reicht. Quellen aus dem Berg, die im Winter gefrieren und sich somit perfekt zum Eisklettern anbieten gibt es im Gasteinertal in Hülle und Fülle!

This beautiful thermal spa is build directly into the rocks. New: 600 m² fun pool.

Plan an unforgettable experience at the Hochkönig region? In Flying Fox Park you are exactly right! Fly from tree to tree and enjoy the magnificent view of the Hochkönig. Shared experiences in nature move, connect and create lasting memories.

Schon einmal die Perspektive gewechselt? Beim Schweben über dem Bad Gasteiner Wasserfall ist dies möglich.

Betrieb sowohl im Sommer als auch im Winter!

Secured off-piste routes

Free-riding

On Shuttleberg Mountain there are some wonderful, secured and signposted off-piste routes.

For your enjoyment especially in fresh powder snow:

• Fürstwand Free Ride – access at the start of the Speed Course
• Powder Free Ride – left and right under the Powder Shuttle
• Champion Black Trail – the right-hand side behind the hayrick Vorderstuhl

Very challenges alternatives which require a good degree of fitness:

• Family Trail – the gully underneath the Family Shuttle
• Absolut Trail – the route under the Absolut Shuttle
• Champion Village Trail – the village descent to Kleinarl via Hinterstuhl

Two snow parks - a European freestyle Mecca

THE ABSOLUT PARK EUROPE’S LONGEST SNOW PARK

Over the last few years the Absolut Park has developed into one of the biggest and best known parks in Europe. The more than 100 obstacles are attended to daily by a professional shape crew to ensure perfect conditions for the riders.

The entire park area stretches over a length of over 1.5 km, which is divided into 6 sections and is equipped with an extremely wide and varied range of obstacles. No matter which level, from beginner to pro: The Absolut Park offers everything that the freestyle heart could desire.

With the amazing Superpipe and a 5-kicker line that can truly hold its own in an international comparison, the Absolut Park sets new standards and offers an internationally top level set up. 

The Superpipe since last year is even serviced by its own lift. With a height of 7 metres, it conforms exactly to the dimensions required for X-Games and Olympic Games., but a number of top professionals and European national teams have found this to be the perfect spot with ideal conditions, which is why many of them trained here last year. The Superpipe is kept in perfect shape throughout the season by no less than John Melville, the eminent shaping expert from New Zealand and head shaper of the biggest snowboard contests around the world. Check out www.absolutpark.com for more information.

 
 

BURTON THE STASH

The Stash is a unique park concept, which is concentrated down to the basics and reduced to the most natural: Namely nature itself featuring elements consisting of snow and wood. This minimalist yet innovative concept was personally initiated by Jake Burton and the snowboard legend Craig Kelly. In accordance with the motto “the woods are the goods”, this is not about flawlessly prepared slopes and obstacles shaped to perfect detail.This is about encouraging the creativity of the riders.

The obstacles in the Stash Park are integrated into the natural environment and can almost always be ridden in numerous ways. The natural terrain additionally offers an incredible number of jib possibilities. The Stash Park has lots of extraordinary obstacles. An enormous backcountry area with countless natural powder jumps, cliffs, windlips combined with the most diverse range of wooden obstacles. This is the ideal place for any shredder who wants to experience the ultimate backcountry and freeride feeling in the safest possible way.

“Lil Stash” provides kids and beginners the ideal terrain to practice in and features wider and easier boxes and rails. This park concept gains an ever-increasing level of popularity.

The numerous hand-carved figures and obstacles in the Stash Park were created by the US American chain saw artist Bob King, who also took over the task of creating the artwork for the four other Stash Parks around the world. The painting in the Stash Cabin was created by the New York artist Scott Lenhardt. Scott has worked for Burton Snowboards for many years and was responsible for a large number of board designs. Check out Burton the Stash here.

Located directly at the top station of the Schönangerbahn chairlift, this eye-catcher starts off with a banked run. It is up to everyone to decide whether they want to have a fast or a slow run on this track: once you’ve passed the banked run, you’ll pass by a high 5 Jib which you can strike to gain an extra motivational push. After a well, you have left the first part of the slope behind, but this shouldn’t be an excuse to pause for breath because you are not at all done yet. The second and considerably longer part is equipped with a line of waves, small jumps, banked runs and other elements like a butter box. The gigantic fun-twister that leads to a tunnel adds an extra kick to your run while the wind chimes provide for the background music.