We've found 17 resorts in Austria
Bad Hofgastein is a sizeable, spacious, quiet spa town set on the flat ground in the widest part of the Gastein valley, with funicular access to the slopes. The town used to be a mining town but now the historic centre is full of cosy cafes, bars and tasty restaurants plus of course the thermal waters.
Apres ski is all about the spas here, there are some lively bars but the hot springs are the real highlight. it's time to put your head back and relax.
Bad Hofgastein offers sunny slopes, spacious settings and lovely long runs. Perfect for a family holiday!
Flachau is a quiet village at the heart of the Ski Amade, Austria's largest ski area. The village boasts pretty surroundings and an innovative and modern lift structure. Flachau is also the home resort of World Cup skiing legend Hermann Maier!
Hopfgarten is a real hidden gem in the Brixental Valley in the Tyrolean mountains. As part of the SkiWelt, guests here have access to a wealth of skiing, sure to keep you entertained.
The SkiWelt is one of the largest and most modern ski resorts in the world, made up of 9 villages and more than 284 km of piste.
Vast ski area for all abilities and known for its après ski and end of season parties featuring major international music icons.
From Ischgl you can cruise down to Samnaun in Switzerland for some more exhilarating runs, great restaurants and duty-free shopping.
Kaprun is considered one of the most attractive skiing areas in Austria with 100% snow guarantee from the local glacier, The Kitzsteinhorn! The three areas have a total of 138 slope km offer skiing enthusiasts and snowboarders plenty of variety. Kaprun is perfectly suited for experts and connoisseurs, families and beginners alike.
Looking for a big ski area? Rent a car, get the Salzburger Super Ski Card and choose from the 32 ski resorts including Kitzbuhel, Saalbach-Hinterglemm, Maria Alm and Schladming just to name a few.
Kitzbühel has two claims to fame which combine to make it a major attraction for skiers and snowboarders worldwide.
One is the stunningly picturesque town itself; the other is the greatest World Cup downhill ski race in the world. Although it hold the World Cup, Kitzbühel is perfect for beginners and intermediate skiers.
Lech is one of the most exclusive ski resorts in the world! Once 14,000 lift tickets have been sold for any given day they stop selling to keep their resort piste quiet and exclusive.
Lech has an astounding snow record with its own micro-climate which means it gets more snow than almost anywhere else in Austria! If it's a luxury ski resort you are looking for, Lech is perfect for you.
Leogang is a pretty, traditional village with a mixture of old and tastefully designed newer buildings centred around the village church.
Not only is it well known for its buzzing Austrian après ski, snowboarder friendliness, vast ski area and one of the best ski parks in the Alps but It does all this while keeping its authentic Austrian feel.
A popular resort with European holiday goers, Mayrhofen boasts very livelily apres ski, unspoilt local architecture and a vast and varied ski terrain - the Zillertal Superskipass covers 620km of pistes, making it the biggest ski area in the Tyrol.
Know as the diamond of the Alps, this snow sure alpine charm resort is ideal for beginners and intermediates abilities, with snow from November to May.
It's ideal for beginners and improving intermediates.
Saalbach is one of the most diverse ski areas in the Alps, catering for all abilities; making it the perfect resort for family and large groups. This huge ski area is linked to other neighbouring resorts; Hinterglemm, Leogang, Fieberbrunn and Glemmtal where you can get the ski buses to and from. With the numerous activities both on and off the slopes of the Skicircus leave nothing to be desired. For those looking to ski hard and apres ski hard, Saalbach is perfect for you!
Schladming lies in the beautiful Dachstein mountains in the Styria region of Austria. Known for holding the electrifying World Cup night slalom race on the Planai piste, Schladming is also home to a pretty town centre dating back to medieval times and a friendly atmosphere.
Ideal for beginner and intermediate abilities, Seefeld has a rich Olympic history with well-groomed pistes on 3 ski areas around the Rosshütte and Gschwandtkopf.
Perfect for the family who wants a short transfer from Innsbruck Aiport.
The town is made up of buzzing bars, clubs and restaurants that attract a big audience and a very lively crowd.
The ski area has 144 km of impeccable slopes spread over 3 mountains all reaching heights above 3,000 metres and thanks to the linked glaciers has a fantastic snow record with skiing from October through to May. A great all round ski resort.
Soll ski resort is popular for beginners and intermediate abilities with plenty of non-ski activities to enjoy. The SkiWelt ski area caterers more for intermediate abilities but they great snow conditions make it perfect for all.
The resort is part of the vast SkiWelt – one of Austria’s largest ski areas.
St Anton is possibly one of the most hardcore resorts in Europe, combining some of the best on- and off-piste skiing in the northern Alps. As Austria’s leading ski resort, St Anton has earned itself a well-deserved spot in the world’s top 5 ski resorts and the Austrian après ski is nothing short of legendary.
Skiing here can be challenging, especially in the Galzig area, but your pass gives you access to a substantial 305km of varied terrain in the Ski Arlberg area.You cannot talk about St Anton without mentioning the après ski - starting early and hard, it is not for the faint-hearted.
Zell Am See is considered one of the most attractive skiing areas in Austria with 100% snow guarantee from the local glacier.
The three areas have a total of 138 slope kilometres offer skiing enthusiasts and snowboarders plenty of choice.
Zell Am See is perfectly suited for experts and connoisseurs, families and beginners alike.
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