Ski resorts in Austria
With around 300 ski resorts to choose from we have decided to concentrate on top 30 ski resorts in Austria: Alpbach, Bad Gastein, Ellmau, Finkenberg, Going am Wilden Kaiser, Grän, Igls, Innsbruck, Ischgl, Kaprun, Kirchdorf, Kitzbühel, Maria Alm, Mayrhofen, Nassfeld Hermagor, Niederau, Oberau, Obergurgl-Hochgurgl, Obertauern, Rauris, Saalbach Hinterglemm, Scheffau am Wilden Kaiser, Schladming, Seefeld, St. Anton am Arlberg, St. Wolfgang, Sölden, Söll, Westendorf and Zell am See.
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
busy with skiers.
Austrian ski villages are "chocolate-box" traditional and very pretty, centring round an onion-domed church rather than a coach park. Austrian ski resorts also have a reputation for having a high standard of accommodation at reasonable prices, and some of the liveliest apres ski in the Alps.
Family friendly resorts
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, find out more on family friendly resorts in Austria >>
Ski resorts for beginners
These are the skiing spots well equipped for the learners, which have
less steep slopes and more trail to facilitate easy learning. The following are some of the best ski resorts in Austria for beginners >>
Ski resorts for Advanced skiers
Advanced ski Resorts have steep terrain, narrow trails and more
dangerous and thrilling features. Learn more on ski resorts for advanced skiers >>
Top snowboarding resorts
Looking for the best resorts for snowboarding in Austria should not
be hard as this is also a very popular sport and anyway. Let us look at a few of the best resorts here >>
Cross country skiing
It is simpler than the normal skiing as the tracks have been well
groomed for easy maneuvering. Here are some of the sites offering best cross-country skiing in Austria >>