15 of the Most Popular Skiing Destinations in Austrian Alps of Austria

By | May 10, 2017
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The mountain resorts in Austria offers adventurous activities for the skier and non-skier similarly. There are many beautiful regions in the country, including Arlberg, Kitzbuehel, Innsbruck and Stubai Glacier. At these destinations, you not only get the opportunity to enjoy great outdoor activities but also love to indulge into great culinary delights. However, we are talking about skiing destinations in Austria through this article. Austrian Alps is among the highest and most wide-ranging mountain ranges that amaze the adventurers with higher elevations. From the beginners to experts, all can have excellent opportunities of skiing here. Explore top destinations in Austrian Alps for skiing.

St. Anton am Arlberg

St. Anton am Arlberg

Arlberg is widely known for its divine beauty, consistent snow expanding to the villages and great condition of its slopes. The place features around 87 of high-tech cable cars and lifts offering the best standard of comfort and safety.  Its high-tech ski pass is meant for the ski lovers. The place consists of 305 km of noticeable ski runs, beautifully prepared slopes for all capacity levels. It also has tricky steep slopes and deep-snow ski runs along with snowboard amusement parks, carving areas, stable racing circuits and many cozy meeting places ensuring variety and enjoyment.

Where to Summit: St. Anton, St. Christoph, Stuben to Zürs and Lech

Zell am See

Zell am See

Zell am See is a pleasant place to visit if you love skiing. The town is located on a small peninsula that extends into a pretty alpine lake. Above the town, there is ski area having 77 km of groomed slopes in open snowfields at the top and trails through the trees on lower sections. The place witnesses good number adventure enthusiasts to try the activity of skiing here.

Where to Summit: Kitzsteinhorn

Ischgl

Ischgl

Ischgl is a village of 1500 souls and supposed to be one of the most popular winter hot spots not just in Austria but in entire world. It has one of the biggest interconnected ski areas in Tyrol with countless superb winter offerings. It is considered to be the skiing Mecca of the Alps for its guests coming here every winter. From skiing in the Silvretta-Arena to concerts with global stars in the heart of the ski area, Ischgl offers an incredible holidaying experience to the guests. Other things that one can enjoy here are entertainment, shopping and top culinary performances.

Where to Summit: Ischgl-Samnaun ski area

Seefeld in Tirol

Seefeld in Tirol

Seefeld is a retreat for cross-country skiers. Placed on a sunny plateau high above Innsbruck, the village is one of the best skiing centers in the world. Visitors and locals equally have plenty of fun activities here, including tobogganing and skiing in winter. Owing to its protected location, Seefeld is one of the most snow-sure resorts in Austria where you can enjoy incredible skiing opportunities.

Where to Summit: Rosshutte

Neustift im Stubaital

Neustift im Stubaital

Neustift im Stubaital is the largest year-round ski center of the continent. The ski area directly through the village itself is relatively small and only apt for the beginners or the early intermediates. One can enjoy here lively nightlife along with leisure centers like indoor pool, shooting area, tennis and squash courts and bowling alley.

Where to Summit: Stubaier Gletscher

Mayrhofen

Mayrhofen

Mayrhofen is the centerpiece of a Tyrolean valley dotted with lots of resorts. In spite of its popularity, Mayrhofen is not having the most accessible resorts. The main ski area in the region is on the Penken Mountain, which can be reached by the Penken gondola (aka Penkenbahn) from the centre of the village. At peak times, you can find here big queues.

Where to Summit: Mayrhofner Bergbahnen

Lech Zürs am Arlberg

Lech-Zu-am-Arlberg

Popularly known as the “cradle of Alpine skiing”, Lech Zürs am Arlberg is casting a spell over passionate skiers year after year and winter after winter. This is a place where serious skiers can enjoy unbelievable powder runs from November until April. The charm of Tyrolean villages and the unique blend of boundless skiing delight and traditional après ski make the place so unique and perfect for skiing enthusiasts.

Where to Summit: Arlberg

Obergurgl

Obergurgl

Obergurgl-Hochgurgl is home to flawlessly groomed tracks for Nordic sport fans and perfect for stamina training at high altitude. There are many Ski Schools at this place that are spread over its wonderful ski area. The area is comprised of outstanding snow conditions at high altitudes. People from all age group can enjoy skiing at this destination.

Where to Summit: Obergurgl Hochgurgl Ski Area

Ladis

Ladis

Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis is famous for offering exciting adventures for the entire family to romantic evenings for couples. Located at an elevation between 1,200 and 2,820 meters, it is not just a joint ski pass. It features a range of slopes on the plateau for the beginners and advanced skiers alike. The place provides skiing pleasure at all levels of difficulty.

Where to Summit: Skigebiet Serfaus Fiss Ladis

Obertauern

Obertauern

Obertauern is home to a wide range of pistes – for beginners and the higher levels for daredevils. You can find here plenty of powder snow for pleasurable and safe free-riding. There are several ski schools and ski hire areas providing classy refreshment to the visitors. Special ski adventures like night-time skiing is also available here. The place provides a ski area for all. It is a ski area which is exciting for young and old alike.

Where to Summit: Obertauern Ski Resort

Zillertal Valley

Zillertal Valley

The Zillertal is a valley in Tyrol, which is drained by the Ziller River. It is the widest valley south of the Inntal that has also given its name to the Zillertal Alps. The place has many ski schools where beginners can easily learn to ski. You can rent here skiing equipments to indulge into the activity.

Where to Summit: Zell am Ziller Ski Resort

Hintertux

Hintertux

Hintertux offers skiing opportunities on a glacier at an altitude of 3000 meters. There are good intermediate and advanced slopes higher up the mountain where beginners may struggle if the lower slopes have lesser snow. It is one among the very few destinations in the world where one can ski 365 days in a year.

Where to Summit: Hintertux Glacier

Soll

Soll

Söll is a pleasant and friendly village that you can explore in a small time. As far as skiing is concerned, the place is in fact far from the ideal for beginners. It is one of Austria’s largest ski areas offering most cost-effective vacation with best hotels, restaurants and entertainment opportunities. Over the years, it has symbolized the “Austrian ski experience” for British and Irish skiers and turned into an affordable and cheerful village with a decent amount of intermediate skiing.

Where to Summit: Skiwelt Wilder Kaiser Brixental

Ellmau

Ellmau

Comprised of a charming setting, Ellmau is the most admired ski village on the northern side of the immense SkiWelt area. The resort has earned great reputation of being a favorite ski destination for the families.

Where to Summit: SkiWelt area

Westendorf

Westendorf

Situated on a sunny plateau in the middle of the Brixen valley, Westendorf is far from the hustle and bustle of city life. It is a picturesque little village offering remarkable views of the surrounding mountains. The place is connected to the largest ski area of Austria. A number of travelers come here for skiing.

Where to Summit: Pro-Skischule

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