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Hauser Kaibling Ski Resort

Haus im Ennstal, Kulm, Schladming, Aich, Pruggern, Weißenbach, Moosheim, Rössing

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Current Offer

  • Accommodation as booked
  • Board as booked
  • 2 days, 3 days, 6 days or 9 days lift pass Ski amadé (value of lift pass up to €354) Exceptions see booking process
  • Christmas and New Year's Eve menu
  • Wi-Fi (in public areas)
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With its total of 37 km of groomed terrain Hauser Kaibling is especially recommendable for leisure skiers and families. The state-of-the-art lift facilities guarantee a fast and convenient ascent...
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Mountain Stats

Elevation2461 ft - 6611 ft
Opening DayNov 29, 2019
Closing DayApr 19, 2020
Capacity N/A

Lift Ticket Prices

1 day adult €55.50
1 day youth €41.50
1 day child €28
All rates & fees

Lifts

2
7
2
Total 11
Hours8:15 AM - 4:30 PM

Skiable Terrain

Easy
Moderate
Advanced
Ungroomed
Overall Slope Length 23 miles

Interesting facts

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  • Offering 23 miles of slopes and terrain, Hauser Kaibling is among the 5 largest Ski Resorts in Styria.
  • Hauser Kaibling is the the best rated ski resort in Styria.
  • It is among the 5 most family-friendly ski Resorts in Styria.
  • Elevated between 2461 ft and 6611 ft, the Ski Resort is among the 10 highest elevated Ski Resorts in Styria. The vertical drop from summit to base is 4150 ft. The average difference in altitude between base and summit of Ski Resorts in Austria is 2356 ft. Most runs are therefore relatively long.
  • Season starts on Nov 29 and ends on Apr 19 (142 days). Average season duration in Austria is 112 days.
  • Average snow depth during the season (Nov 29 to Apr 19) is 54 " at summit elevation and 30 " at base elevation. Snow coverage is usually best during February, offering an average snow depth of 64 " at summit elevation and 38 " at the base. Therefore Hauser Kaibling is among the 10 ski Resorts with best snow conditions in Styria.
  • Hauser Kaibling features 51 sunny days on average per season. The average for all ski Resorts in Austria is 61 sunny days. February is the sunniest month with an average of 18 sunny days.

News

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  • Tent Bar "TOMiziel" by the mountain restaurant Scharfetter at 1,870 meters. Featuring 360 Degree panorama views, over 2 levels, live acts at Apres Skl and hearty mountain breakfasts.
  • Extention of the "Du & I Alm" inc. Bar and lounge area, new tent bar and roof terrace with comfy sun loungers and outdoor heating.
  • Extended XXL - Funslope, psite fun at 1,460 meters for big and small the longest Funslope in Auszria
  • New SkiKiRe - ski school kids are spoit in the SkiKiRe kids cafe, between lessons and return to the piste with new energy
  • Large extention to the Ski Depots

 

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The Ski Resort

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The Hauser Kaibling ski area is the eastern access point in the Schladming-Dachstein ski region and therefore also forms one quarter of the 4-mountain “Skischaukel” connecting the four largest Styrian ski areas of Planai, Hochwurzen, Reiteralm and Hauser Kaibling. In 2010 and 2013, Hauser Kaibling was crowned European ski area test winner.

The aforementioned four interconnected ski areas share 123 kilometres of immaculately groomed runs, 44 modern lifts and 56 welcoming ski lodges, ensuring memorable skiing for enthusiasts of all ages and skill levels. There are numerous parking spaces available directly by the base station in Haus/Ennstal, avoiding the need to walk any long distances carrying equipment. So all that’s left to do is pull on your boots and hit the slopes! The Gipfelbahn carries skiers up to 2015 metres above sea level. As a result, the Hauser Kaibling ski area is the highest point in the Schladming 4-mountain Skischaukel.

37 of the 123 kilometres of runs in the ski region are part of Hauser Kaibling, and these are particularly geared towards beginners and skiers who enjoy laid-back turns. Carving fans will love the wide and varied groomers here, particularly the long valley runs, one of which is the FIS World Cup Women’s course (no. 1). The Osthang Piste (no. 9) and Höfi trail (no. 3) are also fantastic. In the area around the middle station and the Kaiblingalm, the emphasis is very much on families. The abundance of blue runs, like the Kaiblingalm trail (no. 8) ensure laid-back and worry-free turns on the slopes of Hauser Kaibling. A designated beginners’ area in the valley as well as a mini-kids club are designed to help little ones find their feet on two skis. The new Audi Kinderland opened its doors on the Kaiblingalm in winter 2014/15, and it’s the place where the ski stars of tomorrow can gain their first slalom experience or take on the roller course. All the runs on Hauser Kaibling can be artificially fed with snowmaking.

The ski area also includes a leisure zone with free WiFi at 1,800 metres above sea level. This gives you the opportunity to post your mountain selfies online directly. There’s also a large ski depot in the base station arena. Thanks to the "Almlammprojekt” launched in 2008, Hauser Kaibling can also claim to be a one of the most environmentally friendly mountains around. As the groomed terrain is used to farm sheep in the summer months, considerably less use of heavy machines and equipment is required here.

Snow Safety & Snowmaking

Snowmaking Share
100%
Snow Making Machines: 600
Snowphone+43 (0)3686 3030 0
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On Mountain Dining

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15 cosy lodges and panoramic restaurants are available in Hauser Kaibling for enjoying food and drinks on the mountain. They all feature table service, which means no waiting around in queues. Original Styrian fare like Kassupp´n with bacon croutons in a bread bowl or home-made curd strudel are fixtures in the Knapplhüttn. If you value regional produce and like a good glass of wine, then the Krummholzhütte, said to be the no.1 connoisseur lodge in Austria, is obviously a must. Lots of famous faces have been known to frequent this mountain eatery.

In Platzhirsch, up at 1,432 metres above sea level, Styrian hospitality meets a contemporary chill-out area to great effect. The stylish lounge atmosphere is a fantastic place to grab a pizza, burger or currywurst.

Must-Ski Runs

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Discerning skiers looking for the perfect runs and new challenges should head for the trail down from the Kaiblingalm area over to Planai – after all, it’s referred to as “die Schönste” (“The most beautiful”) for good reason! The black-rated Panorama run is also a must for all experts. Although the intermediate Prenner valley run is much mellower, it’s every bit as eye-catching as it winds its way down through to trees to the base station.

Most Difficult Runs

Zielhang Planai (Talstation Planai 3er bis Schladming)
Length: 0.9 miles
Vertical Drop: 1466.5 ft

Longest Runs

Quattralpina Bergstation bis Haus/Ennstal (Hauser Kaibling)
Length: 2.6 miles
Vertical Drop: 3641.7 ft

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Das war die Wintersaison 2016/17 - DANKE | 01:04

Activities

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There are also plenty of options for exploring the area away from the ski slopes. The Dörferwanderung walking trail in Ennstal is a 5.1 km path through the snowbound landscape and down quiet roads up to the Stöcklhütte in the heart of the ski area.

Nordic skiing enthusiasts can also look forward to the prospect of 29 kilometres of immaculately prepared trails.

Après-Ski and Nightlife

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Après-ski fans will also have plenty to enjoy both on the mountain and in the valley.

Bars and Pubs: 3
Clubs: 3

Dining and Restaurants

Wolkersdorfer

Hauser Kaibling boasts a whole host of restaurants, cafés and inns to ensure no one goes hungry here. 

Restaurants: 1

Infrastructure & Rental

Skischools

Skischools: 3
Snowboardschools: 1

Affiliate Ski Schools

Offered Skiing Lessons Hauser Kaibling

Ski Rental

Ski Depot
Sports Store
Ski Rental
Snowboard Rental

Affiliate Shops

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Getting here

Hauser Kaibling

By car: From the West, take the Munich-Salzburg motorway before taking the Tauernautobahn to the Ennstal junction. Then take Bundesstraße 320 until you reach Hauser Kaibling. From Vienna and the East, take the Südautobahn through Semmering until you reach the St. Michael exit. If you are taking the Pyhrnautobahn, exit at the Liezen junction before taking the B320 towards Ennstal. The Hauser Kaibling ski area also offers a unique parking space guarantee. As a result, you don’t have to worry about finding somewhere to leave your car.

By rail: Hauser Kaibling is located on the main railway line between Salzburg and Graz, and can easily be reached by rail. The nearest airports are in Salzburg (90 km) and Linz (155 km).

Contact

Hauser Kaibling Seilbahn- und Liftges.m.b.H. & Co KG
Erzherzog-Johann-Strasse 180
8967
Haus im Ennstal
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Phone+43 3686 3030-0
Fax+43 3686 3030-13
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Hauser Kaiblingon 16.9.2010
So nun gibt es wieder aktuelle Bilder von den Baustellen. Insgesamt arbeiten ca. 50 Personen am Hauser Kaibling, um die Neuerungen wie das Service-Center auf 1.424m, den FIS-Tunnel samt Skiroute...
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