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Großarl: an insider tip for families

Located one hour away from Salzburg, Grossarl is a small, quiet village tucked away in the lesser-known Grossarltal, which runs parallel to the better-known bigger Gasteinertal, to the south of St Johann im Pongau. The village is located at an altitude of 924 meters and forms the heart of the Ski Amadé. The special thing about Großarl is that it lies in a dead-end valley. The accommodations blend harmoniously into the natural environment which enhances the tranquil and relaxed atmosphere of...

Val Thorens: legendary and world-class

If you want to get the most out of your winter sports holiday, then Val Thorens is the place to be. Val Thorens has a warm, welcoming atmosphere and a breathtaking natural environment. All ingredients are present for an unforgettable world-class winter sports holiday. It is a pleasant and friendly place where both beginners and advanced winter sports enthusiasts can indulge themselves. The ultimate goal: to fully enjoy the high-quality slopes and superb snow conditions. The area literally and figuratively brings vi...

Enjoying the high-life on the Stubai Glacier

The Stubai Glacier is the largest glacier ski area in Austria, and the most popular one in the Innsbruck region. The Stubai Glacier has 25 modern ski lifts, and over 110 kilometers of gorgeous ski-runs. The Stubai Glacier reaches an altitude of 3300m and therefore enjoys an exceptionally long ski season; from October through to June beautiful and well prepared slopes are at your disposal. The snow is usually of very high quality throughout the Winter, and the better part of Spring. The Stub...

Kitzbühel is living up to its title of best ski resort in the world

Above Kitzbühel, the slopes of the Hahnenkamm host the annual most thrilling downhill race. The legendary highlight of the Ski World Cup season was held the first time in 1931 and is since then known as the most dangerous and most prestigious challenge in the Ski World Cup. Despite the justifiably fierce reputation of the Hahnenkamm and it’s ‘Streif’ course the skiing around Kitzbühel is in fact hardly demanding. It's varied ski terrain especially suits intermediates and those who love crui...

Scheffau am Wilden Kaiser

Scheffau is a very different type of Austrian Ski Holiday. Far from the large towns and bars Scheffau is a village that is still Austrian. The main village is located about a mile from the lifts, however the free ski bus runs often and is free. The l..

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Scuol

Prachtige omgeving, wat lastiger te bereiken ivm de Vereina tunnel. Liftpas is relatief voordelig. Zeer goede bus verbindingen met omliggende dorpen. Skigebied zelf is niet zo groot. Wel goede kawaliteit sneeuw, ook dit extreem slechte jaar. Het mooi..

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Brand

This area of Austria is fantastic. In winter or summer there are always a large amount of activities to take part in and sights to see. The views of the area are some of the best in the alpine region. Visit in summer and you can ride the ski lifts to..

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Yllas
Yllas
Klappen
Klappen
Puchberg
Puchberg
Walchensee
Walchensee
Kronplatz
Kronplatz
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Wildhaus
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Aachen
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Mitterbach am Erlaufse..
Argentera
Argentera
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Filzmoos

Where's the best snow in the Alps for early season skiing?

Zermatt in Switzerland, which operates Europe’s highest lifts reaching 3.899m, and the Hintertux glacier in Austria’s Ziller Valley are both open year round. Zermatt’s neighbor Saas Fee opens mid-July each year so by the start of autumn is already three months in to its 10-month-long snow sports season! The fourth option is Pitztal, with Austria’s highest lifts, which closes in mid-May but re-opens in mid-September each year for an eight-...

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