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Ski resorts in Austria


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Skiing has always played a vital part in Austrian culture and history. The Alps cover a majority of the landscape and are the foundation of a wide-ranging skiing paradise. There are more than 360 ski resorts in Tyrol, Salzburg, Styria, Vorarlberg, Carinthia as well as Upper and Lower Austria.  
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The 10 Most Beautiful ski resorts in Austria

Panorama Snow Space Salzburg
Ski Resort · Radstadt Tauern
Snow Space Salzburg - Flachau
Flachau is part of Snow Space Salzburg, the diverse ski area in the heart of Ski amadé. Families and connoisseurs, sporty skiers and snowboarders will find a wide selection of blue and red as well as some black ski runs and many different ski area highlights. New since winter 2020/21: The connection with the neighbouring ski areas Shuttleberg Flachauwinkl-Kleinarl and Skiparadies Zauchensee-Flachauwinkl makes skiing possible over 12 peaks and 5 slopes on 210 perfectly prepared kilometres of pistes.
Ski Resort · Hochsteiermark
THE family ski area where ALL children up to the age of 15 ski for FREE when accompanied by their parents! Niederalpl is a snow-sure family ski area in the middle of the Mürzer Oberland Nature Park, just 90 minutes from Vienna and Graz.
Geführte Skitouren
Ski Resort · Hochsteiermark
Aflenzer Bürgeralm
The winter sports centre for all lovers of natural snow - the vast sunny plateau is a real insider tip for families, snowboarders and ski tourers!
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Ski Resort · Stubai Alps
Stubai Glacier
The skiing area on the Stubai Glacier combines sporty slopes with a wide range of family activities. While the little skiers try out their first turns in the snow and learn the right technique, the experts really feel at home on the black pistes and race tracks A winter hiking trail and a skating cross-country trail complete the sporty offer. The ideal equipment - also for hire - is available in Neustift.
Ski Resort · Hochsteiermark
Brunnalm - Hohe Veitsch
At the Brunnalm – Hohe Veitsch, enjoyment is written in capital letters: Complete relaxation away from the big skiing highways, perfectly prepared ski slopes and culinary specialities await you.
Ski Resort · Hochsteiermark
Families with small children will find boundless snow fun in the Präbichl ski area. With Alpfox, the first turns are child's play for the little ones on the slopes. With the Foxi Express and many other attractions on the Purzelwiese, the passion for winter sports is awakened in the truest sense of the word.
Ski Resort · Hochsteiermark
Mariazell Bürgeralpe
Mariazell Bürgeralpe – the mountain for the whole family. Whether carving on perfectly prepared slopes, tobogganing or winter hiking – experience unforgettable moments with the whole family! 
Panorama Snow Space Salzburg
Ski Resort · Radstadt Tauern
Snow Space Salzburg - St. Johann - Alpendorf
St. Johann – Alpendorf is your first entry point to Snow Space Salzburg and is located about 50 minutes by car south of the provincial capital. The ski area is popular with families, connoisseurs and sporty skiers alike because of its varied pistes and ski area highlights. The Alpendorf Snowpark attracts the freestyle scene in particular. New since winter 2020/21: The connection with the neighbouring ski areas Shuttleberg Flachauwinkl-Kleinarl and Skiparadies Zauchensee-Flachauwinkl enables skiing  over 12 peaks and 5 slopes on 210 perfectly prepared kilometres of pistes.
Ski Resort · Hochsteiermark
Schwabenberg Arena Turnau
For all FIS racers, the Schwabenbergarena Turnau is just the right skiing area, but families with children will not miss out either. 
Ski Resort · Bohemian Forest
Sternstein Lifte
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Tyrol's ski resort scores with its size

A lot of Austria’s big ski resorts are in Tyrol. With approximately 284 km of slopes the Kaiser-Brixental is unchallenged in its size and therefore is Austria’s biggest ski resort; closely followed by Silvretta Arena (238 km), Ischgl-Samnaun as well as Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis. Easy, moderate or difficult downhills guarantee plenty of fun.

White slopes guarantee a great deal of fun

When it comes to the certainty of snow, the province of Tyrol is the right place to be. A ski resort is only declared as “schneesicher” (high guarantee of snow) if is operated for at least 100 days a year and guarantees not less than 30 cm of snow.

The Hinterluxer glacier is the one of the few ski resorts in Austria that is open all year long and its white slopes are prepared 365 days a year. The Stubaier glacier, Austria’s biggest glacier ski resort, is accessible with skis from October to June.

Slope diversity in Pitztal, Ötztal and Kaunertal

Next to Tyrol other popular ski resort destinations in Austria include Pitztal, Ötztal and Kaunertal. The Pitztaler Mountains impress with a big and diverse downhill offer as well as an ideal slope infrastructure of the three ski resorts Pitztaler glacier, Hochzeiger and Rifflsee.

The Kaunertaler glacier is perfect for people who enjoy skiing on glaciers. It is surrounded by more than thirty three-thousanders that invite passionate winter athletes to ski downhill and impress with a breathtaking mountain backdrop.

Sölden in Otztal is not only an ideal winter sport destination for experienced skiers, but offers plenty of slopes for all degrees of difficulty – including beginners and amateurs – on very good slope conditions.


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