Schladming - A Skier’s Paradise
Anyone who loves skiing will love it here! Ski pros, snowboard freaks, beginners, party-goers, the elderly and children alike, all will love this place. Schladming was named one of Europe's best ski areas several times. Schladming has it all - and then some.
- 167 kilometers of perfectly groomed slopes of all levels of difficulty
- Schladming has Europe's best après-ski
- The best snowparks in the Alps
Ski holiday in Schladming - one of the best and most popular ski destinations in Europe
167 km of well-prepared slopes in various difficulties are reached quickly and easily via the efficient and modern lift system. You are sure to find a slope here, which meets your skill and style perfectly. Choose between the four mountains - Hauser Kaibling, Planai, Hochwurzen and Reiteralm - and start discovering this truly amazing ski area.
Three floors of world class Après Ski
Not only the skiing here is world class. The après-ski in Schladming is consistently ranked as one of the best in Europe. Be sure to visit the famous Hohenhaus Tenne - a 3-storey building with room for 3000 party-happy guests! Here you'll experience genuine Austrian Après-ski atmosphere in the form of frothy beer, lederhosen and après ski tunes.
In this exuberant and charming winter sports village you’ll find many nice pubs and restaurants as well as shops and supermarkets. Many hotels in Schladming are designed to allow you to ski directly to and from the hotel.
Snow Parks & more
Schladming was the host of the alpine World Championships in February 2013. In 2011 a new ski lift station - the Planet Planai - with a modern 8 seat chair-lift was opened, and an incredibly 250 m wide carving slope of was introduced. The ski area on the Dachstein glacier also boast some of the best fun parks in the Alps. Here snowboarders and skiers alike can get that adrenaline rush freestylers are so fond of. Half pipes, rails and kickers are all awaiting you. For these and many other reasons the Schladming/Dachstein region is considered one of the most groundbreaking snowboarding resorts in all of the eastern Alps.
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Piste map Schladming (click on the map)
Because of the Alpine World Cup 2013 there has been a lot of heavy investments in the fantastic ski area of Schladming and is now one of Austria's best and most complete ski areas. There are plenty of red, blue and black slopes. For those who like to go outside the slopes there are also good opportunities to visit the beautiful forest. What characterizes Schladming is an efficient lift system and really great and well-prepared slopes with a good variety.
Ski on four connected mountains
In Schladming, the ski system is connected by the four mountains Hauser Kaibling, Planai, Hochwurzen and Reiteralm. Here you will move smoothly and quickly between the different mountains thanks to the modern and efficient lift system that perfectly merges the slopes.
The most advanced skiing are found on Planai mountain, where you have to go to the World Cup piste at the bottom of the mountain. Each year Night Race will be held on the World Cup piste featuring over 50,000 spectators. The other three mountains also provide good and varied skiing opportunities, with Hauser Kaibling being the highest at over 2,000 meters above the sea.
You can also try out evening skiing, when piste number 33 at the Hochwurzen opens for the evening. It is a totally unique feeling to ski on a lit piste in the dark alp night and something we really recommend to everyone who visits Schladming!
Glacier skiing at Dachstein
If you really want to feel the high-alpine feeling, you should go on the bus to Dachstein, where you will find a glacier with opportunities for skiing in over 2,700 meters above the sea. Here you can soak up the beautiful view or challenge yourself in the stunning snow park, with many kickers, jumps and rails. The bus and the glacier ride are of course included in the lift pass.