Skiing and Snowboarding
Skiing and Snowboarding in Ski amadé
Austria's greatest ski paradise
Put your helmet on, adjust your ski goggles and off you go downhill! Breathtaking mountain landscapes, 360-degree views and perfect slope conditions turn skiing and snowboarding into a dream come true. At Austria’s biggest slope paradise Ski amadé, you’ll get everything in one spot.
The winter sports offers span five regions and provide sports fans with a broad spectrum of ten snow parks, 13 fun slopes and fun crosses as well as 365 slopes from family descents to World Cup race tracks.
Skiing in Ski amadé means slope fun times five:
Alongside an amazing variety of ski offers, culinary joy are on the menu as well. Thanks to TASTE Ski amadé, the best taste of Austria’s mountains doesn’t just bring a smile to pleasure-loving guests’ faces. Ambitious winter sports enthusiasts love to take a pit stop at the 260 rustic and stylish huts as well. From an imperial breakfast to regional delicacies, winter guests can look forward to all kinds of mouth-watering wow moments.
Facts and figures about Ski amadé:
- 760 kilometres of slopes: 275 kilometres of blue, 390 km of red and 95 kilometres of black slopes
- 5 regions and 25 resorts at Austria’s biggest slope paradise
- 270 lift facilities: 90 chairlifts, 47 cable cars, 81 tow lifts and 52 practice lifts
- 260 mountain huts and restaurants offering culinary delicacies
- ski innovations: “Ski amadé Guide” mobile app – NEW with friend-tracker as well as 400 free WiFi access points at Ski amadé
- 10 snow parks, 13 fun slopes and fun crosses
The fascinating mountain summits at Salzburger Sportwelt
How about a ski excursion to the Salzburger Land region? Salzburger Sportwelt offers winter sports fans several World Cup descents. From Flachau to Wagrain, St. Johann, Zauchensee-Flachauwinkel, Flachauwinkel-Kleinarl, Radstadt/Altenmarkt, Eben, Filzmoos and Goldegg: It’s basically ski and snowboard pleasure without limits.
What makes the Salzburger Sportwelt so amazing? There’s hardly a better region for a ski holiday with the whole family. Why? Because there are suitable descents for every level of skill. Additionally, 70 local ski schools support parents in turning their little ones into slope pros.
Styrian hospitality in Schladming-Dachstein
Embedded between the south faces of the Dachstein and the Schladminger Tauern mountain ranges, that’s where you’ll find the Schladming-Dachstein ski resort. A total of seven winter sports centres provide guests with a variety of offers combined with Styrian hospitality.
The Schladminger 4-Berge-Schaukel which connects the Styrian ski mountains of Hauser Kaibling, Planai, Hochwurzen and Reiteralm, is a real visitor’s magnet. It gives skiers and snowboarders access to 123 perfectly groomed slopes and 44 state-of-the-art lift facilities for ultimate winter fun.
On top: Dachstein glacier ensures slope fun no matter the season. Additionally, the ski huts and mountain restaurants provide the right fuel in the form of delicious Styrian specialities. All those who love being up in lofty heights should definitely have the suspension bridge and stairway to nothingness on their list of things to do!
Skiing on five mountains: Gastein
How about a ski holiday at the highest glacier-free ski resort of the Salzburger Land region? Gastein offers winter sports enthusiasts a stunning mountain landscape as well as relaxation off the slopes. Two thermal spas are perfect for relaxing your taxed muscles in comfortably warm thermal water. Additionally, the wide-ranging ski resort offers 200 kilometres of slopes up to 2,700 metres above sea level. The Schlossalmbahn cable car takes skiers comfortably up into the mountains.
Experience the high-alpine mountain paradise of the Salzburger Land region!
A winter power place: Hochkönig
High above the flat-ironed slopes, it sits enthroned: the Hochkönig. 33 lifts, countless ski huts and 120 kilometres of slopes brighten skiers’ and snowboarders’ days. Glistening powder snow descents let you kick up the white gold left and right!
How about a quick look at the webcams on the Hochkönig? One thing’s for sure: You’re bound to get excited!
Winter tip: The Königstour needs to be on your list of things to do while on ski holiday in the region. On the tour from Maria Alm to Dienten and Mühlbach, you can look forward to 35 kilometres of slopes, 7,500 metres of vertical gain and breathtaking scenic views of the majestic Hochkönig.
Sun, snow and summit joy at Grossarltal
A cosy atmosphere, amazing service and welcoming hosts: The Grossarltal combines tradition and modernity – at the ski resort as well. Because who doesn’t love 360-degree views while going up the mountain on a chairlift? Beautiful nature and numerous spots for a break provide skiers and snowboarders with the total package for an unforgettable ski day.
Tip: You’re in the mood for sunshine skiing with ski passes, top events and tons of great highlights? The Ladies’ Ski Week at Grossarltal offers you all that. Find out more!