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Ski holidays Austria: Snow up your life!

Perfectly prepared pistes, deep snow slopes and great snow-sure skiing on the glaciers: you are sure to get your money's worth in the winter sports paradise of Austria! Whether on skis or snowboard, beginner or professional, you are guaranteed pure winter fun while on your Austrian ski holiday. Austria is known as the number one Après-ski location and can boast with the ultimate party hotspots.

Where to go skiing in Austria?

The heart of Austria, Tyrol, is located between Arlberg and the Kitzbüheler Alps. Tyrol also happens to be the heart of the Alps – especially when it comes to skiing and snowboarding! This is the place where all the popular skiing resorts of Kitzbühel, Ischgl, Sölden or St. Anton are located. Another great option for skiing is in the Salzburger Land, where you find great snow, both early and late in the season, thanks to the 3,000 m high Kitzsteinhorn, which is located in the holiday region Zell am See/Kaprun and has its own glacier, providing snow-sure skiing.

Austria’s southernmost state, Carinthia, offers great skiing opportunities as well as winter hikes, cross-country tours and ice skating. It’s beautiful to spend the winter in Carinthia and enjoy its natural surroundings. Over 200 lakes in addition to the imposing mountain scenery make it a stunning place. If you want to sunbathe during your skiing holiday, East Tyrol might be the place of choice! This doesn’t mean there’s less snow, though - skiing in the sun is what everyone dreams of and you can surely find it here. Still, there are several more regions and states to stay in for an enjoyable ski holiday. Further well-known areas are the Montafon and the legendary resorts of Lech and Zürs in the state of Vorarlberg. These provide you with amazing views on the mountains and landscape and lie at high altitudes, which also makes them snow-sure.

Why book ski holidays in Austria?

There’s not just one reason to go skiing in Austria - there are several! Imagine the local cuisine, friendly people, amazing hospitality, awesome ski resorts, perfectly prepared pistes, great snow-sure skiing on the glaciers… and an endless list of opportunities to have fun. Also, the huge selection of different types of accommodations should be considered, with possibilities ranging from affordable housing to luxury mountain getaways. Everyone will find their perfect way to enjoy the Austrian Alps.

What is special about skiing in Austria?

Once you have skied in Austria, it’s very likely that you will keep the impressions in your mind for a long time: quaint, traditional villages, and indescribably impressive landscape, snow-covered mountains, deep snow, vast terrain and massive skiing areas. The largest ski areas also extend over several peaks. At least 100 lift systems are also provided and the pistes are well connected. Glaciers additionally help keep the snow-sure season going, even during the summer!Skiing has a long history in Austria. Today, many world cup competitions are held in Austria’s skiing regions, such as the famous, annual “Hahnenkamm” competition in Kitzbühel. Furthermore many people still remember the 1964 and 1976 Winter Olympics in Innsbruck.

How long is it possible to ski in Austria?

The season begins early on and ends even later on the glaciers! In Sölden, the season begins in October and extends well into April. Not only that, the Hintertux Glacier is Austria’s year-round ski area, along with other glaciers also allowing for summer skiing.

Regions Austria

Tyrol

Tyrol

Austria's "ski heart" beats quite audibly between Arlberg and the Kitzbüheler Alps: it is clear why Tyrol is called the "heart of the Alps". There you will find well-known "celebrities" like Kitzbühel, Ischgl, Sölden or St. Anton.

Salzburger Land

Salzburger Land

In addition to the Salzburg Sports World, you'll find the holiday region Zell am See/Kaprun, and the 3,000 m high Kitzsteinhorn with its own glacier.

Carinthia

Carinthia

Carinthia doesn’t just offer sun-spoilt, excellently prepared pistes, but is also ideal for excursions off the slopes. With over 200 lakes, Carinthia is a perfect starting point for winter hikes, cross-country tours and ice skating. With famous ski areas such as Nassfeld, Bad Kleinkirchheim, Mölltaler Gletscher and Heiligenblut, Austria’s southern-most state leaves no wish unfulfilled.

Eastern Tyrol

Eastern Tyrol

East Tyrol is the sun richest region of Austria, in which the typical hospitality and many snow sure pistes as well as very long cross-country trails and winter hikes between the Hohe Tauern national park and the peaks of the Lienzer Dolomites awaits you.

Vorarlberg

Vorarlberg

Vorarlberg amazes with its little traditional villages and a wonderful landscape. The ski areas Montafon and the legendary resorts Lech and Zürs lay at snow sure altitudes and provide you with a perfect view on an untouched mountain world.

Styria

Styria

Styria, with its well-known ski regions such as the Schladming 4-mountain connection offer great world-class runs and resorts distinguished by tranquillity and cosiness.

Upper Austria

Upper Austria

In the fourth-largest federal state of Austria you can enjoy a diverse sports and leisure programme, wonderful lakes embedded in beautiful landscapes and seven attractive ski areas for the whole family, from the Bohemian Forest in the north, to the southern Salzkammergut.

Resorts Austria

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Resort (region) Pistes Ski area altitude
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Lift pass Nights from
142 km 443 - 2,109 m 3-7 £ 157
27 km 950 - 1,800 m 3-7 £ 108
41 km 1,000 - 1,911 m coming soon
93 km 830 - 2,025 m 3-10 £ 229
240 km 619 - 2,188 m 3-7 £ 235
10 km 443 - 1,625 m 3-4 £ 165
142 km 443 - 2,109 m 3-10 £ 95
77 km 560 - 2,378 m 5-10 £ 227
40 km 850 - 2,090 m coming soon
30 km 1,580 - 2,340 m 4-7 £ 375
186 km 860 - 2,686 m 3-10 £ 170
142 km 443 - 2,109 m 3-10 £ 155
261 km 620 - 1,957 m 3-7 £ 192
186 km 860 - 2,686 m 3-10 £ 183
103 km 1,001 - 2,055 m coming soon
42 km 812 - 1,965 m coming soon
25.5 km 650 - 2,110 m 3 £ 122
36 km 1,067 - 1,743 m 3-7 £ 151
9 km 1,000 - 1,820 m 3-7 £ 209
235 km 700 - 2,430 m 3-7 £ 262
41 km 1,000 - 1,911 m 3-7 £ 209
6 km 421 - 1,064 m coming soon
93 km 830 - 2,025 m 4-10 £ 238
261 km 620 - 1,957 m 3-10 £ 183
138 km 760 - 3,029 m 3-10 £ 192
94 km 550 - 2,500 m coming soon
235 km 700 - 2,430 m 3-10 £ 279
75 km 690 - 2,050 m 3-7 £ 108
55 km 1,301 - 2,902 m 6-7 £ 332
73 km 850 - 2,033 m 3-10 £ 165
15 km 660 - 1,200 m 5-6 £ 288
27.5 km 1,112 - 1,923 m 3-7 £ 297
20 km 1,100 - 1,800 m 3-7 £ 108
261 km 620 - 1,957 m 3-10 £ 244
32.5 km 910 - 3,108 m 3-10 £ 133
32.5 km 910 - 3,108 m 3-10 £ 237
270 km 830 - 2,096 m 3-10 £ 183
240 km 619 - 2,188 m 4-10 £ 340
196 km 630 - 3,250 m 3-7 £ 332
240 km 619 - 2,188 m 3-10 £ 130
71 km 1,200 - 3,122 m 3-7 £ 253
22 km 780 - 2,212 m 3-10 £ 169
348 km 1,270 - 2,811 m 4-7 £ 323
94 km 560 - 2,378 m 3-10 £ 139
19 km 1,000 - 2,240 m 3-10 £ 148
138 km 760 - 3,029 m 3-10 £ 183
43 km 1,587 - 2,297 m 3-10 £ 305
143 km 580 - 2,500 m 3-10 £ 183
261 km 620 - 1,957 m 3-10 £ 192
142 km 443 - 2,109 m 3-10 £ 148
142 km 443 - 2,109 m 3-10 £ 253
16 km 920 - 1,800 m 3-7 £ 165
73 km 850 - 2,033 m 3-10 £ 332
142 km 443 - 2,109 m 3-10 £ 235
55 km 1,301 - 2,902 m 3-10 £ 235
36 km 1,067 - 1,743 m 3-7 £ 183
270 km 830 - 2,096 m 3-10 £ 296
60 km 1,500 - 3,250 m coming soon
136 km 630 - 2,500 m 3-10 £ 150
77 km 560 - 2,378 m 5 £ 472
9.5 km 1,230 - 1,700 m 7-8 £ 139
261 km 620 - 1,957 m 3-10 £ 243
240 km 619 - 2,188 m 3-7 £ 192
18 km 900 - 2,250 m 3-7 £ 227
23 km 950 - 2,304 m 3-7 £ 200
238 km 1,377 - 2,872 m 3-8 £ 235
261 km 620 - 1,957 m 5-7 £ 270
40 km 1,450 - 2,450 m 3-7 £ 174
179 km 800 - 2,000 m 3-10 £ 279
37 km 933 - 2,422 m 4-7 £ 326
77 km 560 - 2,378 m 3-10 £ 183
40 km 1,175 - 2,700 m coming soon
138 km 760 - 3,029 m 3-10 £ 157
150 km 1,000 - 2,400 m coming soon
179 km 800 - 2,000 m 3-10 £ 165
261 km 620 - 1,957 m 2-7 £ 148
110 km 640 - 1,860 m 3-10 £ 212
179 km 800 - 2,000 m 3-10 £ 192
23 km 950 - 2,304 m 2-5 £ 95
45 km 476 - 1,690 m 3-7 £ 174
110 km 610 - 2,200 m 3-7 £ 102
93 km 830 - 2,025 m 3-10 £ 262
143 km 580 - 2,500 m 3-10 £ 200
261 km 620 - 1,957 m 3-10 £ 192
22 km 780 - 2,212 m 5-7 £ 314
144 km 1,350 - 3,340 m 4-10 £ 206
270 km 830 - 2,096 m 3-10 £ 229
25 km 1,004 - 2,100 m 7 £ 340
37 km 668 - 2,278 m coming soon
46 km 640 - 1,670 m 3-7 £ 244
12.5 km 1,267 - 2,636 m 2-7 £ 139
112 km 800 - 1,900 m 3-10 £ 192
37 km 933 - 2,422 m coming soon
11 km 860 - 1,840 m 3-10 £ 165
136 km 630 - 2,500 m 3-10 £ 227
77 km 1,410 - 2,520 m 3-7 £ 122
55 km 1,301 - 2,902 m coming soon
112 km 800 - 1,900 m coming soon
93 km 830 - 2,025 m 5 £ 349
110 km 610 - 2,200 m coming soon
70 km 1,400 - 2,850 m 3-10 £ 130
62 km 820 - 2,150 m 3-10 £ 279
43 km 1,750 - 3,212 m 2-10 £ 148
93 km 830 - 2,025 m 3-10 £ 200
93 km 830 - 2,025 m 3-10 £ 117
110 km 1,793 - 3,082 m 3-8 £ 332
110 km 640 - 1,860 m 3-10 £ 228
17 km 820 - 2,000 m 2-5 £ 113
100 km 1,630 - 2,313 m 3-10 £ 307
1 km 1,030 - 1,102 m 3-7 £ 139
77 km 1,410 - 2,520 m 3-7 £ 218
41 km 1,000 - 1,911 m 3-7 £ 172
179 km 800 - 2,000 m 3-10 £ 279
12 km 960 - 1,510 m 3-7 £ 218
233 km 745 - 2,700 m 3-10 £ 314
37 km 933 - 2,422 m 7 £ 218
30 km 1,100 - 2,700 m 3-10 £ 227
32 km 940 - 2,175 m 3-7 £ 190
93 km 830 - 2,025 m 3-10 £ 157
159 km 825 - 1,900 m 3-7 £ 174
128 km 826 - 2,224 m 7 £ 218
270 km 830 - 2,096 m 3-10 £ 288
270 km 830 - 2,096 m 3-10 £ 199
77 km 1,410 - 2,520 m 4-7 £ 272
261 km 620 - 1,957 m 7 £ 244
233 km 745 - 2,700 m 3-10 £ 174
94 km 560 - 2,378 m 5-8 £ 270
45 km 476 - 1,690 m coming soon
25 km 550 - 2,142 m 3-10 £ 174
37 km 964 - 2,064 m coming soon
41 km 1,040 - 2,456 m 3-10 £ 244
196 km 1,200 - 2,820 m 3-7 £ 231
22 km 1,103 - 2,407 m 3-7 £ 227
144 km 1,350 - 3,340 m 3-10 £ 183
261 km 620 - 1,957 m 3-10 £ 113
25 km 550 - 2,142 m 3-10 £ 164
94 km 560 - 2,378 m coming soon
348 km 1,270 - 2,811 m 3-10 £ 235
28 km 1,048 - 2,140 m 3 £ 165
115 km 700 - 2,430 m 7-10 £ 569
17 km 1,400 - 2,525 m 3-7 £ 304
240 km 619 - 2,188 m 3-10 £ 209
110 km 640 - 1,860 m 3-10 £ 253
41 km 1,640 - 3,440 m 2-10 £ 104
13 km 1,430 - 2,248 m coming soon
150 km 1,000 - 2,400 m 3-7 £ 183
94 km 560 - 2,378 m 3-4 £ 244
348 km 1,270 - 2,811 m 3-10 £ 178
13 km 990 - 1,340 m 5-7 £ 402
42 km 812 - 1,965 m 3-10 £ 202
23 km 950 - 2,304 m 2-5 £ 78
4 km 852 - 1,077 m coming soon
41 km 1,000 - 1,911 m 3-7 £ 113
196 km 630 - 3,250 m 3-7 £ 227
11 km 1,000 - 1,600 m coming soon
23 km 1,482 - 2,600 m 3-10 £ 174
15 km 1,890 - 2,680 m 3-8 £ 192
240 km 619 - 2,188 m 3-10 £ 157
110 km 640 - 1,860 m 3-10 £ 165
15 km 660 - 1,200 m 3-10 £ 73
62 km 820 - 2,150 m 3-7 £ 200
143 km 580 - 2,500 m 3-10 £ 332
60 km 1,500 - 2,050 m 3-10 £ 183
40 km 1,450 - 2,450 m 3-10 £ 99
261 km 620 - 1,957 m 4-7 £ 428
62 km 600 - 2,000 m 3-7 £ 192
55 km 1,301 - 2,902 m 3-10 £ 220
7 km 560 - 1,522 m coming soon
22 km 780 - 2,212 m 3-10 £ 200
138 km 760 - 3,029 m 3-10 £ 104
143 km 580 - 2,500 m 3-10 £ 148