Skiresort ratings for Wildschonau compared to all other skiresorts. Based on 2 reviews.
|Overall 64||Skiing 59||Skiregion 63|
|5.5 7.6||7.0 7.7||5.5 7.0||5.5 7.0||5.5 7.4|
|7.5 7.6||6.5 7.1||7.5 7.7||7.0 7.0||7.0 7.4|
|Novice 5||Advanced 7||Expert 6||Off-Piste 6||Snow 5|
|Family 8||Ambiance 7||Nature 7||Walking 7||Lifts 7|
The villages of Niederau, Oberau, Thierbach and Auffach are still as picturesque as ever, with views of the Kitzbüheler Alps and traditional Tirolean architecture. It is the ideal place to leave behind the hustle and bustle of daily life and relax in an unrushed atmosphere that lends itself to family holidays. With transfers from Innsbruck just 45 minutes and an hour and a half from Salzburg and Munich, the valley is the convenient choice for holidaying with young children. The villages all share the same lift pass and Niederau, Oberau and Auffach are linked by a free ski-bus. Niederau, the largest village, has the best apres ski with a mix of bars, discos and late-night clubs. Smaller Auffa...
Review by Birgit from Stockholm on Sunday Nov 4th. Visited Wildschonau in january 2007 as family
|Novice 6||Advanced 7||Expert 5||Off-Piste 5||Snow 6|
|Family 7||Ambiance 6||Nature 8||Walking 7||Lifts n.a.|
I found this area very good. Both for reasonable red runs and cross country. Niederau -one of the villages in the schonau area- is a very friendly little place, pretty, traditional chalet style buildings, unspoiled with quiet roads. Slopes - As a first timer I have nothing to compare with but it does seem odd that Niederau is sold as beginner's resort since there are no long blues. Most visitors, like me, seemed to be complete beginners, so the nursery slopes were fine for the first few days. Occasionally the queues built up a little, but I never waited more than a few minutes. I went further up the mountain later in the week, there is a scary little blue from the peak, and a couple of othe...
Review by Wartnaby from Kilkenny on Sunday Aug 19th. Visited Wildschonau in february 2007 as family