As one of the world’s top winter destinations, you truly can’t go wrong with a ski or snowboard trip to Austria. But, knowing where to travel on your ski trip to Austria isn’t easy.
So, we’ve done the hard work for you. With deep powder, extra-long seasons, and unrivaled après-ski options, explore the destinations you need to visit on your ski and snowboard trip to Austria.
Often referred to as the “cradle of alpine skiing”, skiing in St. Anton am Arlberg dates back almost to the invention of the sport. The resort is consistently voted one of the best in Europe and features almost 200 miles of ski runs along with another 125 for off-piste challenges. State-of-the-art lifts and modern infrastructure add to the appeal of St. Anton along with stunning accommodations and après-ski galore.
The skiing in Kitzbühel is equally as impressive as its historic past. Like a number of other Austrian ski resorts, Kitzbühel played a major role in the invention of skiing. Today, this family-friendly resort features 145 miles of skiable terrain accessible by more than 50 modern lifts. While the area boasts a wide variety of terrain, an on-site ski school is a perfect option for a beginning skier or snowboarder.
With close to 200 miles of downhill slopes, Lech-Zürs am Arlberg is the largest contiguous ski resort in Austria and the fifth largest in the world. This luxury resort continues to entice skiers and snowboarders across the globe. Off the slopes, the resort features award-winning cuisine, charming souvenir shops, and much more.
The perfectly groomed slopes of Mayrhofen are the ideal spot for your ski trip to Austria. The resort covers the ski areas of Ahorn, Penken, and Horberg to combine for a total of almost 90 miles of terrain. Mayrhofen also boasts Austria’s steepest peak at Harakiri Piste. But, several beginner slopes allow for leisure skiing, too.
More than 10,000 feet above sea level, Sölden is one of Austria’s top ski resorts. A combination of natural snow and artificial powder on the slopes of the Alps guarantee ski conditions will be available all season long. With plenty of acreage for free-riders and a multitude of groomed trails varying in difficulty, Sölden will undoubtedly appeal to any skier or snowboarder.
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