Where to Ski in Austria

Ski slope closeup, Austria

As far as winter breaks are concerned, package ski Austria holidays are some of the most popular in Europe and it’s easy to see why. From the traditional and welcoming atmosphere to the plethora of resorts and slopes that suit every capability, there’s something for everyone in the Austrian Alps.

Ski lift, Austria

Ellmau offers traditional alpine landscapes and access to 290km of runs and trails. Beginners and intermediates will love the expanse of green, blue and red runs available.

Katschberg is one of the best resorts in Austria for families; the tuition is excellent and the uncrowded slopes are perfect for those who need to learn the ropes.

Kitzbuhel offers runs that wind through the alpine forests, providing incredible picturesque views as well as a superb après-ski scene that will keep people satisfied once the evening approaches.

Ski slopes, Austria

Mayrhofen is suitable for all abilities and home to the second largest terrain park in Europe.

Niederau & Oberau have a brand new lift that links Auffach and Alpbach, providing plenty more opportunities for their visitors.

Obergurgl & Hochgurgl are snowsure, relaxed and breathtakingly beautiful, offering great opportunities for beginners with wide, smooth slopes.

Skiing Austria

Saalbach & Hinterglemm are super fun and home to the Ski Circus, perfect for intermediates and beginners alike.

Seefeld – An all-round resort that also provides over 266km of sensational cross country trails.

Solden provides easy access to one of Austria’s largest glacial ski areas and is a perfect base for those after something a little more challenging.

Skier on slope, Austria

Soll has great nightlife, quaint village and ample activities away from the slope meaning it’s a great resort for everyone.

St. Anton is perfect for skiers and boarders alike, with an abundance of pisted and off-piste runs which will keep even the most advanced busy.

Zell am See & Kaprun provide everything from nursery slopes to extensive black runs, to keep skiers occupied.

Skier on slope, Austria

Take your pick from the fabulous resorts and start thinking about your Austrian winter break, today.

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1 Comment to “Where to Ski in Austria”

  1. Gemma says:

    We’ve just booked up for Snowbombing at Mayrhofen this April! Very excited.

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