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

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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

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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! 

Horse-sleigh rides Jägersee

Ice-skating rink Wagrain

Wagrain

Viehhof, Fam. Fritzenwallner Tel. +43 (0) 6418 / 402
Griesbauer, Fam. Gehwolf Tel. +43 (0) 6413 / 8539
Gruppen bis max. 20 Pers.

Ice climbing promises pure adrenaline with Berg-Gesund. www.berg-gesund.at

Outdoortraining and more ... witch B.A.C
The artificial ice-rink with floodlighting is right next to the valley station "Flying Mozart". Reservation and information: Willi Ellmauthaler

On the artificial skating rink in the St. Johann town centre (next to the Hahnbaum winter lifts). You can hire ice skates.

Mit dem Tandem-Paragleiter oder alleine den Höhenflug vom Dachstein oder dem Rittisberg genießen. An einem wunderschönen Tag offenbart sich dem Piloten bei seinem Flug vom Schladminger-Gletscher der Blick bis zum Triglav-Gebirge in Slowenien und bis nach Tschechien Richtung Norden. Infos: Flugschule Aufwind www.aufwind.at und U.P. Outdoor Experience www.up.or.at

The 7 km long, floodlit natural toboggan run on the Hochwurzen invites you to try a family trip.

Open daily during cable-car operating hours and from Monday to Saturday from 7.30 to 10 p.m. More Information on www.planai.at

further information provided by tourist office in Gröbming

Rodelbahn Ennskraxn

Kleinarl

Schladming Adventure Pool

8970 Schladming
Onto the poles - get to know this new, fashionable type of sport as genuine alternative to cross-country skiing - the ideal method to get top-fit in a gentle way. Duration approx. 90 minutes.
Tobbaganning run with 2,5km - no car traffic\nno floodlight
Slide, current canal, whirlpool, heated outdoor pool (also in winter)

Dem Trubel entfliehen und die verschneite Winterlandschaft entdecken. Erfahren Sie mehr zu Flora und Fauna bei unseren geführten Touren oder entdecken Sie das Gasteinertal lieber auf eigene Faust.

 

At the poserplatz offers Bad Gastein a naturally skating rink.

The Ski-safari is offered by the local ski school Schischule Resch in Forstau. On the ski-safari you will be shown the most beautiful pistes in the region by a ski instructor.

Was die österreichischen Profi-Skispringer in höchster Vollendung zeigen, können nun auch Hobbysportler im Ansatz erlernen. Den Teilnehmern werden nach und nach wichtige Grundbegriffe in Bezug auf materiallehre, Imitationstraining und Sprungtechnik beigebracht. Das Skisprungmaterial wird auf jeden Einzelnen angepasst und von der Skisprungschule zur Verfügung gestellt. Bei den wöchentlichen Schnupperkursen gehen die Teilnehmer mit den eigenen Alpin-Skiern über den Schanzentisch.

Insgesamt 16 Skitouren, Steilabfahrten und Übergänge können von Ramsau am Dachstein bzw. ab der Bergstation der Dachstein Gletscherbahn befahren werden. Darunter auch Österreichs National-Skitour, die Dachsteinüberquerung nach Hallstatt. Diese Tour zählt zu den beliebtesten Touren in den Alpen und sind nicht allzu schwer. Auf einer 25 Kilometer langen Route von den Gipfelregionen des Dachsteins über die Simonyhütte und Gjaidalm führt die Tour hinab zum 2.000 m tiefer gelegenen Hallstätter See.