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last update on Aug 23, 2019

760 km of slopes, 270 lifts, 260 huts and one ski pass - that's Ski amadé. Austria's largest ski pass network offers skiing fun in 25 ski resorts spread over five regions. Find out what the network has to offer and which ski resorts belong to Ski amadé.

The largest ski network in Austria

A total of 270 lifts take the winter sports enthusiasts to the slopes.
© Ski amadé A total of 270 lifts take the winter sports enthusiasts to the slopes.

Ski amadé includes the five ski regions Salzburger Sportwelt, Schladming-Dachstein, Gastein, Hochkönig and Großarltal. The network thus extends across the states of Salzburg and Styria. Day-passes are available for the individual ski areas and regions. Multi-day and season tickets are valid throughout the entire ski association.

With a total of 760 km of slopes, winter sports enthusiasts have a huge selection of skiing possibilities at their disposal. Boasting 275 kilometres of blue marked slopes, 390 kilometres marked red and 95 kilometres for experts only, skiers of all skill levels can experience a unique range of runs in Ski amadé. With 90 chair lifts, 47 cabin lifts, 81 drag lifts and 52 practice lifts you can make use of a total of 270 lifts with one ski pass.

In order not to get lost in the wide ski region, there is the mobila App Ski amadé Guide. With photo realistic 3D trail maps and smart routing, the application helps you to find your way around the ski resorts. And thanks to the new Friend Tracker tool, you can also find your friends during the ski day. About 400 access points with free WLAN provide the necessary connection.

Salzburger Sportwelt

The Absolut Park in Flachauwinkl is the go-to address for freeskiers and snowboarders.
© Ski amadé The Absolut Park in Flachauwinkl is the go-to address for freeskiers and snowboarders.

The heart of Ski amadé is the Salzburger Sportwelt. With the three ski resorts of Flachau, Wagrain and St. Johann, Snow Space Salzburg is the largest ski area in the region. The highest one is Zauchensee-Flachauwinkl, to which the Flachauwinkl-Kleinarl shuttle mountain is right next door. Especially families, relaxed skiers and toboggan fans feel at home at the skiing mountain Radstadt Altenmarkt. The smaller ski resorts Filzmoos, Goldegg and Eben also belong to the Salzburg Sportwelt.

Ski resorts Salzburger Sportwelt
Ski resortSkiable Terrain
Snow Space Salzburg120 km
Zauchensee-Flachauwinkl44 km
Flachauwinkl-Kleinarl28 km
Radstadt Altenmarkt17 km
Filzmoos12 km
Eben6 km
Goldegg5 km

 

Schladming-Dachstein

Schladming-Dachstein brings Styrian ski resorts to Ski amadé.
© Schladming-Dachstein Schladming-Dachstein brings Styrian ski resorts to Ski amadé.

Styrian cosiness, diverse slopes and a glacier ski area await you in the region Schladming-Dachstein. The largest ski mountains in the region - Planai, Hochwurzen, Reiter Alm and Hauser Kaibling - are connected by the Schladming 4-mountain ski complex. If you are looking for fun on the slopes from September to May, the Dachstein Glacier is the right place for you.

Ski resorts Schladming-Dachstein
Ski resortSkiable Terrain
Planai54 km
Hochwurzen22 km
Hauser Kaibling37 km
Reitereralm32 km
Fageralm15 km
Dachstein Glacier4 km
Ski Galsterberg15 km
Ramsau am Dachstein25 km
Stoderzinken8 km

 

Gastein

Sportgastein is the highest ski resort in Ski amadé.
© Gasteinertal Tourismus GmbH, Oberschneider Sportgastein is the highest ski resort in Ski amadé.

With a fantastic mountain panorama and two thermal baths, the Gastein Valley is a top destination for everyone who wants to combine skiing and wellness. The skiing area Bad Gastein - Bad Hofgastein extends over the mountains Schlossalm, Stubnerkogel and Graukogel. At the end of the valley, Sportgastein, the highest ski area in Ski amadé, awaits you at the 2,686-metre-high Kreuzkogel. Here freeriders will find a wide range of deep snow runs.

Ski resorts Gastein
Ski resortSkiable Terrain
Bad Gastein - Bad Hofgastein86 km
Sportgastein18 km

 

Grossarltal

Dorfgastein-Großarl has 70 km of well-groomed slopes to offer.
© www.grossarltal.info Dorfgastein-Großarl has 70 km of well-groomed slopes to offer.

Connected to Dorfgastein is the ski area of Grossarltal. Embedded in the beautiful mountain scenery of the Hohe Tauern National Park, families will find a large selection of blue slopes here. But also sporty skiers have numerous options to choose from with more than 30 kilometres of red marked slopes.

Ski resortSkiable Terrain
Dorfgastein-Grossarltal70 km

 

Hochkönig

Discover Hochkönig on the Königstour.
© Hochkönig Tourismus GmbH Discover Hochkönig on the Königstour.

With a view of the imposing Hochkönig Massif, a total of 120 kilometres of pistes, snow-covered deep-snow slopes and hearty hospitality await you in the skiing area of Hochkönig. On the 35 km long ski tour "Königstour" you can get to know the whole area in one day - from Mühlbach via Dienten and Hintermoos to Maria Alm.

Ski resortSkiable Terrain
Hochkönig120 km

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