Im Skigebiet Grossglockner-Heiligenblut erwarten euch beste Pistenverhältnisse für den perfekten Carvingschwung.
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Your winter experiences at the skisport resorts

Ski resorts at a glance

Head off to the mountain paradises

 

Winter at the skisport resorts – a paradise for families, sports enthusiasts, lovebirds, best friends, acquaintances and snow lovers. And simply the best location for unforgettable slope experiences from October to May! In the valley, you will find quaint little villages, ornate churches, cosy and modern hotels and a great infrastructure. White mountain landscapes and glistening snow blankets as far as the eye can see. Add to that the warm and welcoming hosts and their traditional hut meals in a breathtaking mountain setting. 

At higher altitudes at the skisport.com ski resorts, you can get to know the resorts particularly well. Kilometres upon kilometres of slopes, descents in all levels of difficulty and carving fun at its best awaits you there. The mountain and glacier peaks seem to be in glistening competition with each other and on Austria’s highest mountain, the Grossglockner, you can enjoy a view of a whopping 40 3,000-metre peaks. 

Practice the perfect turns on the freshly groomed slopes with guaranteed snow at the skisport.com resorts!

 

Der Kasberg, das Familienjuwel im Almtal.
Skispaß mit der ganzen Familie am Kasberg erleben.  | © Foto Erber
Abseits der Pisten am Grossglockner feinsten Pulverschnee genießen. | © Grossglockner Bergbahnen
Im Skigebiet Grossglockner erwartet euch Carvingspaß auf höchster Stufe.
Das Skigebiet Hinterstoder bietet für Groß und Klein Skivergnügen auf höchster Stufe.
Hinterstoder bietet zahlreiche Hütten und Restaurants für den wohlverdienten Einkehrschwung.
Übung macht den Meister. Das Skigebiet Hochficht bietet viele leichte Pisten, um den Kids das Skifahren zu lernen.  | © TVB Hochficht, Ablinger M.
Dem Sonnenuntergang entgegen! | © TVB Hochficht, Ablinger M.
Am Hochkar einen wunderschönen Blick ins Tal genießen. | © Alex Kaiser
In der Skischule lernen die Kids das Skifahren von echten Profis.  | © Ludwig Fahrnberger
Einen Traumtag im Skigebiet Hochkössen erleben.  | © Bernhard
Der Gipfellift im Skigebiet Hochkössen.
Ein magischer Sonnenaufgang im Skigebiet Saas-Fee.
Der Panoramablick von der Skiregion Savognin.
Einen Skitag in der Region Wurzeralm bei strahlendem Sonnenschein genießen.  | © Ooet Erber
Den Füßen eine kurze Pause im Schnee gönnen.  | © TVB Pyhrn-Priel Hims
Traumhafte Bedingungen und breite Pisten in der Skiregion Ötscher erleben.  | © Martin Fülöp
Kleine Schanzen und Wellenbahnen sorgen bei den Kids für Abwechslung.  | © Rene Jagersberger

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Perfect for winter sports enthusiasts

  • valid at 8 Austrian ski resorts
  • + the biggest glacier ski resort in South Tyrol
  • attractive discounts for families
  • valid for the duration of the whole season
  • skiing as much as you like
  • no lengthy waiting times at the ticket offices

Mountain joys at the ski resorts

11 ski resorts and tons of fun

Eleven ski resorts, about 300 kilometres of slopes, approximately 140 lift facilities, numerous cross-country trails, several kilometres of freeride areas – the list could go on and on. One thing’s in the foreground at all times: The ski resorts of skisport.com offer tons of variety, incredible winter sports experiences and unparalleled mountain views. As multi-faceted as the landscape of Austria, Switzerland and South Tyrol, as diverse and yet unique are the individual ski resorts. 

An elevation of up to 2,989 metres above sea level awaits winter sports enthusiasts on the Grossglockner, for instance. For party animals, there are spectacular events at the Hochkar ski resort or on the Ötscher

On the Hochficht, youths up to 19 years can enjoy ski fun for the price of a kids’ ticket and, on the Kasberg, action is guaranteed at the Funpark. The ski resort of Kössen can be reached without having to pay a toll fee and without traffic jams. Alongside snowboarders and skiers, tiny slope bunnies can experience ski joy to the fullest there. 

In Hinterstoder and on the Wurzeralm, mountain adventurers can immerse themselves in the breathtaking setting of the Pyhrn-Priel region. In southern Upper Austria, the two ski resorts enthral visitors with a particularly impressive landscape. Be sure to bring your smartphone, because a holiday like this calls for some amazing winter snapshots! 

Heiligenblut/Grossglockner ski resort

Slope fun on Austria’s tallest mountain

Good to know: 

  • guaranteed snow because of the high elevation between 1,301 to 2,989 metres above sea level 
  • short waiting times at the 12 state-of-the-art lifts
  • 1,500 hectares of free ski area including freeride mecca 
  • descents with a difference in altitude of up to 1,500 metres
  • snow sports school 

 

Throw your hands up in the air – at 2,989 metres above sea level! Snow-covered descents, amazing slopes and Austria’s tallest mountain always right within reach. That’s skiing at the ski resort of Heiligenblut/Grossglockner. 40 3,000-metre peaks frame the mountain panorama and expose ski fans to pristine nature. Freeride specialist, leisure boarder or family skier – everyone gets to enjoy their own personal winter experience in the Alps of Carinthia. 

The ski resorts of Hinterstoder and Wurzeralm

Guaranteed snow until spring

Good to know: 

  • surrounded by the beautiful scenery of the Totes Gebirge mountain range and the Warscheneck at the Pyhrn-Priel resort 
  • Hinterstoder ski resort at 2,000 metres above sea level, Wurzeralm ski resort at 1,850 metres
  • perfect traffic connections thanks to the Pyhrn motorway 
  • SNOWtrail for little and grown-up winter guests 
  • perfectly groomed slopes for every level of skill 
  • a World Cup location for the future skiing elite 
     

Leisurely skiing over gentle family descents on the Wurzeralm or sporty carving fun on the challenging descents at Hinterstoder ski resort: The holiday region of Pyhrn-Priel offers winter sports guests tons of options. 

The Upper Austrian ski resorts offer 40 and 22 kilometres of slopes, respectively. Add to that many rustic huts with friendly hosts. Pack your skis and off you go to the winter sports resorts of the Pyhrn-Priel region!

The ski resorts of Hochkar and Ötscher

Twice the powder fun in the Mostviertel region

Good to know: 

  • mountains upon mountains of scenic views and guaranteed snow at both resorts 
  • ski joy on the Ötscher, the tallest mountain of the Mostviertel region
  • a ski bus that travels back and forth between the two resorts 
  • great motorway connection (A1) 
  • unforgettable events throughout the winter season 
  • a training centre for the future racing elite 

 

Only about 150 kilometres away from Vienna, winter sports enthusiasts will find two natural treasures of the Mostviertel Alps. Be it on the Ötscher or the Hochkar: carve, glide or swoosh down the slopes! 

There’s lots to do for adrenaline junkies as well. On Route 99 or at the fun park, snowboarders and freeriders can get their fix on the Hochkar and the Ötscher. 

Grab your loved ones and enjoy an unforgettable ski day at the ski resorts of the Mostviertel region.

Hochficht ski resort

Where skiing is made easy

Good to know: 

  • 20 kilometres of slopes, perfect for families 
  • Fichtl Kids Park with its own mascot 
  • The SunnyCard is valid for youths up to 19 years on the Hochficht. 
  • thrill at Schwarzenberg Fun Park 

 

The three-mountains ski lift takes you right into the ski resort from the parking area. Height-adjustable devices additionally help children get on the chairlifts. 

For all ambitious skiers, the FIS race track awaits – including some exciting challenges. So, off you go up to the Hochficht! 

Kössen ski resort

A snow paradise in the Tyrolean Kaiserwinkl

Good to know: 

  • guaranteed snow in the Kaiserwinkl 
  • comfortable 6-people cable cars 
  • state-of-the-art snow-making equipment 
  • can be reached without toll fees or traffic jams 
  • perfectly groomed slopes 

 

You’d like to ski at one of Tyrol’s snow-richest ski resorts? Then Kössen ski resort in the Kaiserwinkl is perfect for you. 22 kilometres of slopes for every level of skill await carvers and snowboarders. Four Tyrolean huts will spice up your break from skiing, and all that surrounded by an unparalleled atmosphere. 

Kasberg ski resort

At the heart of the Salzkammergut region

Good to know: 

  • can be reached quickly and easily 
  • perfectly groomed slopes 
  • a boarder park that leaves nothing to be desired 
  • rustic mountain huts with scrumptious pan dishes 
  • Bruno’s Kids Ski Arena including its mascot, Bruno the Kasbear 

 

You’re in the mood for tubes, rails, boxes, lollipops and jumps? The fun park on the Kasberg makes adrenaline junkies’ hearts beat faster. But not just winter acrobats love Kasberg ski resort. 

Ski athletes experience slope joy at the region as well. Top-notch descents and state-of-the-art lift facilities turn every ski day into a perfect one. 

Tip: Take a break at the rustic huts of Kasberg ski resort, they’re well worth it! 

Ski pleasure in South Tyrol and Switzerland

Slope fun in Austria's neighbouring countries

You’d like to enjoy winter beyond Austria’s borders? Then you should experience utmost snow fun at the ski resort of Val Senales Glacier in South Tryol or in the neighbouring resort of Savognin and Saas-Fe in Switzerland. 

Interested? Then get more info on both ski resorts!