Skiing-Wine Enjoyment

the highest farmers' market in the alps

Where foodies can ski from hut to hut and repeatedly try delicious delicacies from the Ski amadé region. This has to be the unique high point of the ski and wine gourmet week from the 16th to the 23th of March 2019.

The peak of pleasure at the highest farmer's market in the Alps

The alpine world has never seen anything like this: gourmets can ski from hut to hut and try the wonderful local delicacies. At about 30 ski huts you can discover, taste and of course buy some strong cheese, country bacon, salami, farmhouse bread and many other treats. The highest farmer's market in the Alps really lives up to its name, with market stands, for example, on the Dachstein glacier or in the Panoramic Dome in Sportgastein at 2,700 meters above sea level! A real highlight of the ski and wine gourmet week from the 16th to the 23rd of March 2019.

Where the farmer delivers directly to the highest market for skiers

After two successful seasons, the highest farmer’s market in the Alps has been extended for the 2018/19 winter season. Local farmers sell their own products from the market stands at the mountain huts. This initiative is justifiably
called the “highest farmer’s market in the Alps,“ with the highest market stands being at 2,700 metres above sea level, these being on the Dachstein glacier and at the Panoramic dome in Sportgastein. This season, the farmer’s market will run for a whole week. The market stands in Ski amadé are open from the 16th to the 23th of March.

Here you will find the programme

Ski-In farmers’ market at the ski Hut

At the stalls (or stall) at the lodges the wide range of traditional, homeproduced products will be on offer: various kinds of cheese, farmhouse bacon, venison salami, alpine herb teas, homemade bilberry jam, brandies and much more.

The market visitor on skis can also even have a tasting at some stalls: Plattlkrapfen with sauerkraut, perhaps, or real Pinzgauer Kasnocken.

A drive-in farmers’ market. And so one samples one’s way through the specialities of the region – from savoury to sweet and from heavily to lightly seasoned.

The regional producers are on the spot at the market stalls and are happy to explain the origin and special features of their produce. Here you will find regional producers


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Bergstraße 117, 5611 Großarl tel. +43 (0) 6414 / 8646 website   /   e-mail Details

"The highest farmer's market in the Alps"

At the 17th, 18th, 19th, 22nd of March 2019, you will be able to sample and purchase tasty products from the market stands at the Gehwolfalm.

  • Bacon (selfmade)
  • Sausages (selfmade)
  • Bread (selfmade)
  • Honey (Stallerhof)
  • Cheese (Kreuzer Sheep's milk products)
  • Spreads (Kreuzer Sheep's milk products) 
  • Schnapps /Liqueures (Kreuzer Sheep's milk products, Stallerhof)

Moreover the Gehwoltalm offeres selfmade "Krapfen" (doughnuts) with traditional farmers markets dishes on their menue. 

Skiing & Wine Enjoyment Week - 16th to 23rd March 2019

  • Sunday, 17th: Honey specialities by Stallerhof from Hüttschlag
  • Tuesday, 18th: Specialities from the own farm & straw slippers by Lisi Gratz
  • Thursday, 19th: Wine tasting by winery Hindler
  • Friday, 20th: Sheep milk specialities by organic cheese diary Kreuzer
  • Saturday, 22nd: Arler natural cosmetics and bio beef by Gehwolfalm

Culinary treats with regional delicacies:

You should definitely not miss out on the regional dishes of the Gehwolfalm menu.

  • O-Power´s lentils soup with lamp from Großarltal (after a recipe from the award winning brothers Obauer in Werfen)
  • Bio beef steak of the own production 
  • Home made "Kaiserschmarrn" with „SalzburgLand“ alpine milk and eggs by Großarler Wandlehenhof


Bergstraße 125, 5611 Großarl tel. +43 (0) 6414 / 8353 website   /   e-mail


Skiing and Wine Enjoyment Week in March

The highlight for skiers and wine connoisseurs in Ski amadé is the Skiing and Wine Enjoyment Week. This takes place from 10 to 17 March 2018. During this period, numerous events centred on the theme of Austrian wine culture and regional specialities will be held in the 20 selected mountain lodges. In addition to wine tasting sessions, there will be the opportunity to sample regional products such as ham, cheese, baked goods, fruit, schnapps, etc. Our Skiing & Wine Enjoyment partners will be identified by a certification poster at the entrance.

16 selected hotels in the different regions offer special holiday packages and menus on the theme of "regional products" for the Skiing and Wine Enjoyment Week.

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