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Ski holidays in Schladming

Skiing in Ski amadé

Schladming and its neighbouring villages offer a wide range of winter sports with the 4 mountain ski resort and three family ski areas: pure piste pleasure for skiers and snowboarders, for young and old, for connoisseurs and ambitious carvers.

The locations of the Keinprecht hotels also means we can ensure the required level of comfort. They are located right next to ski slopes and lift connections or are only a few steps away from the nearest ski bus stop. Our concept is: simply check in and spend your days carefree, because in the Keinprecht hotels your car is also away on holiday.

The 4-mountain ski resort

The Schladming 4-mountain ski resort consists (from east to west) of the ski mountains Hauser Kaibling, Planai, Hochwurzen and Reiteralm. That means 123 kilometres of networked slopes, 44 modern cable cars and lifts, 56 ski lodges, an entertaining après ski offer and an all-round service based on safety and comfort.

Despite all the similarities, each of the four ski mountains has its own personal character and individual charm: 

The ski mountains overview
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  • Hauser Kaibling is considered a "lifestyle" ski mountain. Special features: parking guarantee - the location of the valley station directly on the Ennstal Bundesstraße B 320, with direct, level access to the gondola lift - the highest point of the 4-mountain ski resort at 2015 m - the classic hut tradition, there’s no self-service here. 
  • The Alpine World Ski Championships took place on the Planai, the central entrance to the 4mountain ski resort, in 1982 and 2013. In 2017 the 25th “Nightrace", will be held: the men's Night Slalom World Championships. Insiders call the Planai the "World Championship -Ski Mountain" – and rightly so.
  • The Hochwurzen is the "day and night ski mountain". Every day, at 7pm (except Sundays), the 3 km long floodlit slope and the 7 km long toboggan run turn on the lights for night time. Hüttengaudi along the route with disco and après ski at the valley station.
  • Individual racers and even complete national teams hold regular training sessions on the demanding slopes of the Reiteralm. Here we live by the slogan "the best for you”. And ambitious amateur skiers sometimes have the opportunity to check out the professionals at work. 

 


Skiers on the slopes (c) Ski amadé

Ski Amadé

Austria’s largest ski area

Schladming-Dachstein is part of Austria's biggest and best skiing area - Ski amadé. With just one ski ticket, skiers can access 760 kilometres of slopes and 270 lifts in the region and beyond. It goes without saying that everyone will find the right thing for them with such a large offer. From kids clubs and wide family slopes to enjoyable carving slopes and sporty, fast-paced downhill runs, we have everything here. Last but not least, Ski amadé is famous for the top quality of its ski lodges, which invite you in for a cosy, culinary stop.

Pro tip: order your Skiticket online now -> no queuing at the lift till.
You can also order vouchers. 

The family ski mountains

Family ski resorts

On the 4-mountain ski resort, the "kids clubs" will tempt all little skiers to play and have fun and adventures. What’s more, only a few minutes from the Keinprecht hotels by car, two original family ski resorts are waiting to invite you in. Some even have "fairytale" facilities: the Fageralm and the Galsterberg

The region's high quality ski schools provide professional mentoring and teach your little ones how to ski through play. Or if you need help to perfect your technique yourself, you will find the right ski course here.

More information about the family ski resorts >> 

Night skiing

Floodlit slope on Hochwurzen
Those who still have enough energy after an eventful day of skiing on the region’s slopes can go wild night skiing. The Hochwurzen, the "day and night ski mountain" in the Schladming 4-mountain ski resort, gives you this opportunity. Here the lights go on every day (except on Sundays) at 7pm and illuminate a 3 km long, freshly prepared floodlit slope and a 7 km long toboggan run.

Our tip: due to the much lower temperatures, the snow conditions are very different at night. They make carving an extra special experience and a "stopover" in one of the lodges along the slope is an even more genuine experience than during the day. Skiers and snowboarders will find an après ski centre with restaurant, dance bar and alpine disco at the valley station (where the night toboggan run also ends) to round off an unusual leisure activity in style.

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