The European Alps cover most of Austria, so it's really no surprise that this country is one of Europe's top ski destinations. Unlike some other European countries, Austrian ski villages are chocolate-box traditional and pretty, centring round an onion-domed church rather than a coach park. It also has a reputation for having high standard accommodation that doesn't cost an arm and a leg. The slopes in Austria tend to be well laid out, with excellent mountain facilities, modern lift systems and pistes that don't tend to get too clogged with skiers (except for peak season when the whole of Europe goes skiing). Many resorts have pretty, tree-lined slopes, even if they aren't all that long. Boarders have been widely accepted for a while now and there is quite a 'scene' going on here.
Choose from a wide selction of Austrian ski resorts below, each with it's own character and style:
One of Austria's largest connected ski areas, incorporating 9 villages including Ellmau, Soell, Hopfgarten and Westendorf.
St.Johann in Tirol
Situated in the heart of the sunny holiday region of Austria, between Kitzbühel and Ellmau/SkiWelt.
Kitzbühel / Kirchberg
Kitzbühel is an internationally renowned town with famous and advanced ski tracks. Popular all year round.
Zell AM SEE - KAPRUN
Glacier resort offers snow guarantee most of the year & many activities for all ages.
Saalbach / Hinterglemm
The "Ski Circus" connects both villages in this ski valley famous for aprés ski and parties.
AXAMER LIZUM / Götzens: situated above Innsbruck & snow secure from the mid-December to mid-April.
St. Anton / Arlberg
The popular and lively apres-ski village with awesome off-piste, moguls and powder.
The "pearl" of the Austrian Alps and part of the Arlberg ski pass to St Anton. Supreme village setting on 1.500 m altitude.
One of Austria´s most vibrant, pulsating, greatest and highest ski areas ... but also one of the most expensive resorts.
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SEE YOU ON THE SLOPES!