SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental offers excellent opportunities for both skiers, snowboarders and cross-country skiers. This popular area which includes the towns of Ellmau, Going, Scheffau, Söll, Hopfgarten, Brixen im Thale and Westendorf; offers approximately 279km of pistes, the largest ski area in Austria. Due to the amount of lifts in the area, you can be confident that there will never be long waiting times. Snow permitting, It is even possible to travel through the seven villages from valley to valley.
In addition to skiing, snowboarding or cross-country skiing, there are many other activities. For example, you can go night skiing, tobogganing or paragliding and a visit to the iglodorp Alpeniglu shouldn't be missed!
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The catering service consists of 7 x breakfasts, 6 x afternoon teas with cake or savory snack and 6 x 3 course dinner freshly prepared for you in the chalet. For children up to 11 years there is a special 2 course children’s menu which will be served around 18:00. The normal dinner is served is around 19:30. On request it is possible to book lunch for an extra charge of € 7.50 per person per day.
Please note that the catering service is free of drinks. On-site there is the possibility to book drinks at the following prices:
Soda and fruit juices: € 1, -
Beer and wine: € 1,50
The massive ski region of Ski Amadé is ideal for ski holidays and consists of five different areas: Salzburger Sportwelt, Hochkönig Winterreich, Schladming-Dachstein, Gastein and Grossartal. Together, they account for around 270 lifts and 860km of perfectly prepared runs. These ski areas are among the best in the world. The world champions are held here regularly, meaning if it’s good enough for the professionals then skiing in Ski Amadé is good enough for everyone.
Ski holidays in the Ski Amadé region benefit from long seasons and the Dachstein Glacier makes the Schadming-Dachstein ski area relatively snow-sure meaning you can usually ski until late April. If, for any reason, there should be less snow than expected, don’t fret, the snow canons will cover up to 88% of the slopes with beautiful white-powder snow making skiing in Ski Amadé possible in any weather condition.
One thing that makes skiing in Ski Amadé special, is the ability to stay connected and share live updates to your social media friends and followers. There are around 300 WiFi hotspots located in the valley, the mountain stations, the huts and the restaurants on the slopes. The WiFi hotspots are also great for planning your ski route for the day. With the Ski Amadé ski pass you can ski in all five areas and use the public transport system to get from one area to another.
The ski resorts of Flachau, Wagrain, St. Johann im Pongau, Radstadt, Altenmarkt-Zauchensee, Kleinarl, Eben and Filzmoos together, from the Salzburger Sportwelt. There is approximately 350km of runs and over 90 ski lifts which makes skiing in Ski Amadé varied and accessible. If you are an avid skier, then this is the perfect destination for you as there is so much to be discovered in this beautiful area.
The variety of the pistes ensure that beginners and intermediate skiers can enjoy the entire ski area when skiing in Ski Amadé. Although, there are also a number of challenging black runs, particularly Zauchensee, which is accessible via Flachauwinkl.
Please note that the ski resort of Filzmoos is not directly connected to the other ski areas.
This hospitable and quaint ski area at the foot of the Hochkönig is a dream for skiers, snowboarders, cross-country skiers, hikers and families with children. In short, skiing in Ski Amadé’s Hochkönig Witerreich is ideal for everyone.
From the picturesque villages Mühlbach and Maria Alm you can enjoy a beautiful day on the snowy slopes. Snow canons make sure that both resorts are snow-sure and the gondola from Maria Alm brings you directly to the 2000m high Aberg top; the starting point for some of the most spectacular runs in Ski Amadé.
Hochkönig Witerreich offers lots of variety. There is approximately 150km of runs and 31 ski lifts and Maria Alm and Mühlbach are connected by a ski bus. For cross-country skiers, there is approximately 47km of trails to explore with the longest trail being 12km located in Maria Alm. The trail is also lit during the evening offering stunning views.
The World Championships were held in the ski area of Schladming-Dachstein in February 2013 making it world-famous and now one of the best-prepared ski areas in the Ski Amadé region. The ski area also hosts an annual night-slalom, which attracts many skiers and snowboarders not only from the region but from around all of Europe.
This modern ski area consists of nine mountains with 3 of them reaching over 2000m high and 4 are interconnected by various ski lifts and gondolas. The 4 mountains that are interconnected are Hauser Kaibling, Planai, Hochwurzen and Reiteralm making the area perfect for day trips and tours. If you wish to have a quieter day away from the slopes then the villages of Haus im Ennstal, Mandling, Pichl, Rohmoos bei Schladming and Schladming are all picturesque and welcoming.
Schladming-Dachstein has lots to offer for advanced skiers. For example, the Planai has very steep and fast slopes and the Reiteralm has, among other things, a black mogul field. For those, who are very competitive, you can even have your speeds measured for free while doing the run. You’ll be able to post you’re action shot online and show your skills off to your friends and family back at home.
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