Active Winter in Raurisertal
The skiing area Rauriser Hochalmbahn offers ideal conditions for beginners and families.From
The skiing area Rauriser Hochalmbahn offers ideal conditions for beginners and families.From
Thanks to a special Snowman Ticket rate and Magic Carpet training lift, you can enjoy skiing with the whole family amidst magnificent Bohemian Forest scenery at the skiing area Hochficht.
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Innsbruck’s futuristic landmark is the Bergisel Ski Jump, known particularly as one of the venues for the international Vierschanzentournee competition.
Planning a ski holiday with kids is more difficult than you might think. That's because there are so many family-friendly winter offers in Austria that it's hard to make a decision where to go.
Looking for cross-country skiing tracks near to a hotel or resort in Austria? Here is a selection of classic tracks for cross-country skiers and skaters full of twists and turns.
Just bring a good mood and the love of snow - fitness levels and experience can stay at home when you head to the "NTC Blue Day" Fun Park in Carinthia's Nassfeld.
Austria's smaller ski regions are especially family-friendly, thanks to their manageable size, attractive prices, boundless equipment and courses for skiers of all ages. We guarantee you'll be back year after year.
Pure pleasure in the powder.
As part of the Snow Waltz Package the Wildkogel Holiday Arena offers a free ski course, intensive snowboard training, or attendance at the guest kindergarten. The best value family winter break.
For a number of years now there has been a free ski course for children in Tirol's Silberregion Karwendel. The kids learn to ski in just one week in a family-friendly ski area where snow is guaranteed.
High-end ski and snowboard training camps that are run by Austrian snow experts and legends, plus the best resorts for freeriding in Austria.
The Gartenhotel Theresia in Saalbach Hinterglemm combines stylish décor with a charming alpine exterior.From
For years, the Zillertal in Tirol has been thrilling visitors with a unique mix of pleasure, nature and comfort.From
Saalbach-Hinterglemm greets adventure seekers after dark with plenty more than just après-ski.
9 ski and snowboard regions represent Innsbruck’s Olympia SkiWorld and all are connected by a free ski bus.From
Tirol‘s Kitzbühel has a unique ski tradition and a lifestyle that is unmatched elsewhere in the Alps.From
The Tirolean holiday regions of Brixental, Hohe Salve and St. Johann are among the best for true Austrian hospitality.From
Learn to ski in just three days in Austria's sunny southern region of Carinthia - or get your money back!Family from
What an amazing feeling to carve down the slopes on a floodlit ski run, and what a choice you have in Austria!
From Nassfeld to Turracher Höhe, see which slopes offer nighttime skiing sessions in Carinthia.
Plenty of ski resorts in Lower Austria switch the floodlights on after dark, giving you even more time to have a ball on the slopes.
Some of Austria's best ski areas can be found in Salzburger Land and most of them offer a floodlit run.
A constant flow of keen skiers flocks to Styria and its nighttime ski runs every winter.
St. Johann, Kitzbühel, Söll...The list of famous winter resorts that offer night skiing in Tirol is endless.
There are endless opportunities to carry on skiing long after sunset on your ski holiday in Upper Austria.
Your day is by far not over when the sun goes down over the mountain tops in Vorarlberg.
Tirol‘s traffic-free resort at the rear end of the Ötztal Alps offers the perfect ambiance for winter with a difference.From
Do you want the ultimate winter experience with reliable early snowfall? Obertauern in SalzburgerLand awaits.From
From famously big winter opening celebrations to legendary après-ski. If partying and the pistes go hand in hand for you, then Austria is where you will find the ultimate bashes. But not just party animals are served well here as there is a whole range of exclusive bars, rustic mountain huts and gourmet restaurants waiting to be discovered.
Superb ski resorts, an abundance of natural snow, idyllic villages and lots of free space. A delight for winter sports aficionados and nature lovers. Winter in Vorarlberg and its holiday regions of Lech Zürs, Montafon and Bregenzerwald is truly spell-binding.From
Schladming-Dachstein lies in the heart of Ski amadé, Austria's biggest ski alliance, just an hour from Salzburg.From
The ski resort of Simonhöhe in St. Urban makes a special promise to kids learning to ski or snowboard: Should they not feel confident on the slopes after a week, then they can repeat the course free of charge!
The authentic charm and varied slopes make Alpbachtal and Wildschönau ideal for family winter holidays.From
There are hardly any winter sports enthusiasts who nail their boards to the wall when taking a time out from skiing, never to be used again. Most skiers head back to the pistes sooner or later, and Tirol's Silberregion Karwendel is a great place to do so.
Pistes for every level and snowparks for trick riding, there is snow and fun for all ages at the Skicircus.From
Not only skiers can have all the fun after dark. Here is a selection of floodlit parks for snowboarders.
Endless slopes, untracked powder snow - experience the Austrian mountains off the beaten track with a guided snowboard tour, or take to one of the many funparks.
In Hochpustertal there are three skiing areas ideally suited for families, the largest of which is the Thurntaler near Sillian with its 45km runs of all levels, going up to 2407m of sun-flooded slopes with views of the Dolomites and no waiting at the lifts.
The diversified and exciting ski experience of St. Anton am Arlberg is a dream come true for the whole family.From
While many end the day at an Alpine hut, skiers who don't tire are drawn to the moonlit peaks of the Zugspitz Arena.
Austria's mountain resorts offer activities for the skier and non-skier alike. Regions like the Arlberg, Kitzbühel, Innsbruck, the Stubai Glacier and Montafon offer not only great outdoor activities, but also amazing culinary delights.
Tirol's Wilder Kaiser holiday region, with its villages Söll and Ellmau, is the ideal winter destination for families.From
The day is not enough. That is why the fun continues by night at Austrian winter destinations, with the world's longest toboggan run, nighttime sleigh rides, snowmobile sessions and plenty more.
Glaciers, mountains and lakes. Zell am See-Kaprun offers an alpine winter with a 100% snow guarantee.From
Did you know that most Austrian ski regions celebrate their winter and ski opening with famously big parties? Find out what is happening, where and when on your ski holiday in Austria
Budget-conscious but ski-addicted?! Journalist Rob Rees shows you how to avoid airline aggro, save money in these tough times and discover new resorts to keep your skiing adventures fresh.
Been a while since you last snapped on the skis? You too can enjoy a ski holiday in Austria, renewing your confidence and reminding yourself of those mountain escapades of years gone by. Many of Austria's top ski resorts are offering attractive packages to do just this.
We have all heard stories about what can go wrong on a ski holiday, but if you prepare yourself in advance, get to know the rules and pay attention while on the slopes, there should be nothing standing in the way of a wonderful and safe experience.
If you’ve not skied for a while, the Ski Again programme might just be perfect for you! British skiers were as hard-hit as anyone by the post-2008 recession and falling Pound, so maybe you've missed out on your skiing or boarding over the last seasons? If so, Inghams and Ski Total can get you back on the Austrian slopes this winter!
Lively Ellmau lies in the SkiWelt, Austria's largest ski area, in the shadow of the Wilder Kaiser mountains.From
From Sölden in Ötztal, you have easy access to three surrounding peaks above 3000m - the so-called Big 3.From
Alpbach and Niederau are traditional and charming villages, from which to explore the Ski Juwel slopes.From
Explore 5 resorts with a single ski pass in Ski amadé. Rich with possibilites and great value for money.From
Immediately above Lech, the tree-lined runs are wide and cruisy, excellent for beginners and intermediates.From
Bad Kleinkirchheim is a great resort to get your confidence back with gentle blue runs and some downhill challenges.From
Seefeld is near Innsbruck, offering skiers and non-skiers unlimited leisure amenities and entertainment.From
Refresh your slope skills as well as your thirst for après-ski in Zillertal's popular resort of Mayrhofen.From
St. Johann is a gem for beginners and intermediate skiers, close to Kitzbühel and with a great ski school.From
Linked to both Kaprun and the Kitzsteinhorn Glacier, snow is guaranteed in Zell am See, as is plenty of variety.From
Ischgl prides itself in offering the ideal mix of superb skiing, designer outlets and a legendary nightlife.From
With 200km of pistes and 55 lifts, the Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang is an intermediates' dream.From
You are bound to have some questions about returning to the slopes after taking a break. We turn to three professionals for their expert advice.