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Ski vacation in the 4-mountain ski area in Schladming-Dachstein
Skiing in the Ski amadé

Schladming and its neighboring villages have a wide range of winter sports with the 4-mountain ski area and three family ski areas! Pure fun on the slopes for skiers and snowboarders, for young and old, for connoisseurs and demanding carvers.
The location of the Keinprecht accommodations also ensures the necessary level of comfort. They are right next to the ski slopes and lift connections or are only a few steps away from the next ski bus stop. Accordingly, the concept is: just check in and spend carefree days, because in the Keinprecht Hotels the car is also on vacation.

The 4-mountain ski area

The Schladming 4-Mountain ski area consists (from east to west) of the Hauser Kaibling, Planai, Hochwurzen and Reiteralm ski mountains. That means 123 networked kilometers of slopes, 44 modern cable cars and lifts, 56 ski huts, an entertaining après-ski offer and an all-round service of safety and comfort. With all these similarities, each of the four ski mountains has its own personal characteristics and individual charm.

The ski mountains at a glance

• The Hauser Kaibling is considered a "lifestyle" ski mountain. The guaranteed parking space and the location of the valley station directly on the Ennstal federal road B 320 with direct, level access to the gondola lift. The highest point of the 4-mountain ski area at 2.015 m as well as the traditional hut tradition, there is no self-service here.
• In 1982 and 2013 Alpine World Ski Championships took place on the Planai, the central entry point to the 4-mountain ski area. In 2017, "The Nightrace" was held for the 25th time, the men's World Cup night slalom. Among insiders, the Planai bears the name “World Cup Ski Mountain” - and rightly so.
• The Hochwurzen is the "day and night ski mountain". Every day at 07:00 pm (except Sundays) the lights on the 3 km long floodlit slope and the 7 km long toboggan run go on for night operation. Hut fun along the route as well as après-ski and disco hype at the valley station.
• Individual racers up to complete national teams hold regular training units on the demanding slopes of the Reiteralm. The slogan "The best for you!" applies here and ambitious amateur skiers sometimes have the opportunity to watch the professionals at work.
• More information about the 4 mountains ski area

Ski amadé

Schladming-Dachstein is part of Austria's greatest skiing pleasure - Ski amadé. With just 1 ski ticket, skiers can access 760 kilometers of slopes and 270 lifts in the region and beyond. It goes without saying that with such a large offer everyone will find the right thing for themselves. From children's areas and wide family slopes to enjoyable carving slopes to fast-paced, sporty descents, everything is offered here. Last but not least, Ski amadé is known for the top quality of the ski huts, which invite you to stop for a sociable and culinary stop. Order your ski ticket online and nothing stands in the way of fun!

The family ski mountains

In the 4-mountain ski area, separate “children's areas” lure all little piste racers to games, fun and adventure. Aside from that, only a few minutes by car from the Keinprecht Hotels, two original family ski areas invite you to join in, with some “fairytale” facilities: the Fageralm and the Galsterberg. The high-quality ski schools in the region provide professional care and teach your loved ones how to ski in a playful way. Even if you need help yourself to perfect your technique, you will find a suitable ski course here.
Night skiing on the Hochwurzen © Schladming-Dachstein | Gregor Hartl Tipp

Night skiing

Those who still have enough energy after an eventful day of skiing on the slopes of the region can let off steam with night skiing. The Hochwurzen, the "day and night ski mountain" within the Schladming 4-mountain ski area, offers the opportunity to do so. Here the lights go on every day (except Sundays) at 07:00 pm and illuminate a 3 km long, freshly groomed floodlit slope and a 7 km long toboggan run. Due to the significantly lower temperatures, the nature of the snow changes enormously at night. This makes carving a very special experience and the “stop-off point” in one of the huts along the piste is even more hearty than during the day. At the valley station (this is also where the night toboggan run ends), an après-ski center with a restaurant, dance bar and alpine disco awaits skiers and snowboarders to round off something that is not an everyday activity in style.

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