The Ski Resorts of Schladming-Dachstein
230 km of perfectly groomed slopes, 88 gondolas and chairlifts, everything from family ski slopes to world cup runs – a wide variety of activities for all skiers is available in the Schladming-Dachstein skiing region.
The Hauser Kaibling is the point of access to the four-mountain chairlift and absolute skiing enjoyment on the east side. At 2,015 m, the summit is the highest point of the four-mountain chairlift and offers a breathtaking view of the surrounding mountains and into the Styrian Ennstal valley. Take a break between runs and get a little bit of sun on our one-of-a-kind Genussinsel. And those who are looking for a change from regular skiing will enjoy exploring the new Funslope on the Kaiblingalm.
Initially popularized as the site of the 2013 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships and “THE Nightrace”, the Planai is the main point of entry to the Schladming 4-mountain chairlift.
Whether beginner or pro, boredom doesn’t stand a chance here. Carve your way from the summit station into the center of Schladming. Ski in the tracks of the stars of the World Cup night slalom. You’ll be charmed by the magical winter landscape and the chance to fully enjoy your days. Two Funslopes are now available for adults and children who are ready to try something new. Snowboarders and freestylers can shred on the big kicker at the Superpark Planai.
The blue and red runs of the Hochwurzen offer adventurous skiing for all proficiency levels. With a central location that offers the perfect start to a skiing vacation, and ski-in/ski-out choices, families feel especially welcome at the Rohrmooser Plateau. A Funslope with moguls, steep curves, and a snow tunnel is just waiting to be discovered. Non-skiers will also find plenty of activities! A 7-km-long sledding trail is open both day and night. The modern 10-passenger gondola will transport you to the summit of the Hochwurzen throughout the day and into the evening. And night skiing (Piste 33) turns the night into day for those who are not quite ready to take their skis off when the sun goes down.
The Reiteralm is the point of access to the four-mountain chairlift on the west side.
Blue, red, and black runs, from a children’s slope to the World Cup run, equal an unforgettable day on the Reiteralm. And for all of those for whom it can never be too steep, the Black Quartett is a real adventure with drops up to 80%. And dropping into one of the cozy ski huts is a must-do for a perfect day of skiing.
And since the Reiteralm is THE training mountain for the skiing elite, you might even find yourself sharing a lift with skiing stars like Marcel Hirscher, Aksel Lund Svindal, or Mikaela Shiffrin.
Families will enjoy the slower pace at the Galsterberg in Gröbminger Land. This is where they will find the best conditions for a perfect day of skiing. The runs are ideally suited for beginners, and even the run into the valley is designed for beginning skiers. A real highlight for young hotshots is the Gallic skiing village. Young skiers can visit the Gauls and Romans in the village on their skis. And two Funslopes are challenging for both children and adults.
The small but exquisite winter location in Ski amadé – the Stoderzinken. Runs for every level, permanent racing runs, and the starting point for unforgettable ski trips. Amazing winter activities where natural snow glitters in the sun. The Kinderschneeland at the Stoderzinken with a mogul run, snow tunnel, bobsled track, tubing run, and a magic carpet is truly a paradise for the little ones.
Ramsau am Dachstein, often referred to as the gold standard for cross country skiing, also has a lot to offer for the Alpine skier. Families feel especially welcome skiing on the sunny meadows of the Ramsau. Here is where children and adults alike can experience the excitement of their first downhill run, turns, and curves. Have fun exploring the skiing region of Ramsau on 8 Kalis-adventure runs. The Märchenabfahrt (fairytale run) on the Rittisberg will be a highlight for the entire family.
The Dachstein glacier is the perfect setting for those who just can’t wait to take those first turns. The high Alpine winter world at 2,700 m above sea level offers downhill and cross country skiers along with free riders everything that their hearts could desire. Free riders and snowboarders will be right at home in Dachstein. The Dachstein ice palace is well worth a visit in addition to regular slopes and cross-country trails. Experience a real thrill on the suspended bridge and the spectacular Stairway into Nothingness.
“Slow down and enjoy” is the motto on the Fageralm. A beautiful panoramic view combined with natural terrain and rustic huts. Children can relax and have fun on our lovingly designed children’s runs. The Goliath-Genuss-Oase at the highest vantage point of the Fageralm is an invitation to relax and enjoy the sun. Enjoyable skiing at its best, guaranteed.
The Riesneralm in Schneebärenland has earned its reputation as a paradise for families. The first children’s chairlift in Austria, and one of the longest conveyor belts at 176 m, makes learning to ski into a game. The “perch” on the distinctive observation deck offers an amazing panoramic view of the idyllic winter landscape.
Skiers who are in touch with nature, snowboarders, and individualists love the Planneralm. The idyllic natural snow at the Schneebärenland offers perfect slopes and free ride terrain most can only dream of. Kids-Rodeo, the children’s adventure slope with a high fun factor, is a true highlight for the entire family.