Reviews Schladming

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Ski resort ratings for Schladming compared to all other ski resorts. Based on 90 reviews.

Overall 73 Skiing 65Skiregion 66
NoviceAdvancedExpertOffpisteSnow-sure
6.6 7.67.4 7.76.3 7.15.8 7.07.0 7.6
FamilyAtmosphereNatureWalkingLifts
7.8 7.86.8 6.77.0 7.76.7 7.07.6 7.1
Variety slopesSnowparksCrosscountrySlope preparationSlope orientation
10.0 7.38.5 7.58.0 7.610.0 8.78.0 7.7
RestaurantsSki-in/outAccessEnvironmentFriendliness
10.0 7.610.0 7.48.0 7.38.0 7.58.0 7.5

Glacier Good mountain restaurants Budget resort Excellent piste maintenance Alpine charm Few challenges for experts No local charm

6.4 Schladming, Steiermark

Novice
6
Advanced
7
Expert
6
Offpiste
5
Snow
6
Lifts
7
Family
7
Ambiance
6
Nature
7
Walking
7

Schladming gave us our cheapest half term skiing: Easyjet to Salzburg and an excellent train to Schladming; we stayed with Frau Meier at Pichl, bed and breakfast, fixed through the Tourist Office, and she was happy to give us breakfast again for supper. We were therefore at the Reiteralm/Fageralm end of things where the skiing is both better and quieter. The package groups are in Planai itself where the uplift is faster and more modern but there are correspondingly many more people and sometimes it was swarming. The four entry points are not all that well-linked on the mountain and you have to come down to the valley so it is not all that tempting to ski right along the resort and back, unle

Review by Nick Mackinnon from Aberdeen on Tuesday Sep 11th. Visited Schladming in february 2006 as couple

6.9 Schladming, Steiermark

Novice
7
Advanced
8
Expert
6
Offpiste
6
Snow
7
Lifts
n.a.
Family
8
Ambiance
6
Nature
7
Walking
7

Having 4 linked mountains to choose from is great for those who want variety but don't like to be tied to a skibus. However, you should be aware that later in the season you are unlikely to be able to ski down into the resort, which you do need to do in places to get the lift over to the next mountain (if you can't ski to the valley you can still get across, but it would be slightly more hassle). Schladming is great for good intermediates but not recommended for beginners or novices. Very pretty town, lively but not too rowdy with some excellent restaurants - both up the mountain and in the town.

Review by Andy Rudd from Aberdeen on Sunday Aug 12th. Visited Schladming in march 2007 as family

7 Schladming, Steiermark

Novice
8
Advanced
7
Expert
6
Offpiste
6
Snow
7
Lifts
n.a.
Family
8
Ambiance
7
Nature
7
Walking
7

The resort is excellent for beginners and intermediates. Variety of slopes. 4 different mountains to ski. For those experienced intermediates like me who like to travel the four mountains are more than enough to test you and the tree-lined routes are the best I have ever skied Most runs are reds but there are some great blues on the Planai and Hauser Kaibling to keep you happy, for those with more experience, Olympic black run on the Planai is a great end of the day run. The mountain restaurants are excellent. Given that the resort is only 50 miles from Salzburg I'm amazed that more Brits have not discovered it. It hasn't got the nightlife of St. Anton or Mayrhofen but that's not what this s

Review by Shaun from Glasgow on Tuesday Jul 24th. Visited Schladming in february 2007 as couple

6.6 Schladming, Steiermark

Novice
7
Advanced
8
Expert
5
Offpiste
5
Snow
6
Lifts
n.a.
Family
7
Ambiance
8
Nature
7
Walking
6

We have ben to Schladming for the lat 4 yrs and find it very good with an all round package of facilities. it has 100% snow making equipment and even this yr (07) they are offering well prepared pistes. If you are looking for back country, off piste look elsewhere.

Review by Dng from Burgess Hill on Sunday Feb 11th. Visited Schladming in february 2006 as couple

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