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AUSTRIA SKIING & SNOWBOARD HOLIDAYS

Austria is an ideal ski holiday destination for many reasons. The snow in the Austrian Alps is perfect for skiing with expertly packed powder on well-groomed runs, a long snow season and trails for every level of skier.  Austria’s ski resorts are some of the most beautiful in Europe, you can ski right into ancient picturesque villages resulting in a memorable experience. Getting on the slopes is also convenient with most lifts within walking distance of resorts. Whether you are new to the sport or a seasoned veteran, Austrian ski schools are rated as some of the best in the world with lessons in English and in many other languages.  Ski runs are very safe and feature mid-run markers, orientation maps, rope barriers and safety nets. 

Once you enjoy an Austrian ski holiday, you will return again to experience other resort areas in this beautiful country.  

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Lech is the most fashionable resorts in the Alps and a must visit destination for the ultimate luxury ski holiday. In the ski resort of Lech you can find a range of very high quality accommodation set in a charming riverside locations, surrounded by some of the best skiing in the Alps. One of the main attractions that draws skiers and snowboards to Lech is the strictly controlled number of ski passes allowed at any one time making Lech one of the least crowded ski resort in high season; but please book early so we can secure availability in this very sought after ski holiday resort.
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Obergurgl is located near Hochgurgl in the spectacular Otz Valley, it reaches about 1930 m and the highest lift of the resort is at 3082 metres. The best season for skiing in Obergurgl resort is from mid December to the end of April.

A gondola links the Obergurgl and Hochgurgl ski areas at mid-mountain level. It closes early at 4pm. The Obergurgl resort is the smaller of the two linked areas and offers high-quality hotels, good facilities, superb pistes for beginner skiers and had always attract lots of intermediates.

This resort is well known for its extended ski season and reliable snow fall. The village of Obergurgl has no through traffic so the resort is calm and relaxed with a charming ambience. The lift leading to the pistes start directly from the village.

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The ski in and out of Hochgurgl is the highest ski resort in Austria, from there the superb Hochgurgl ski arena offers high altitude skiing and a spectacular view.

The ski area affords a wide range of pistes. The ski area is about 110 km, with 39 individual pistes, served by 22 ski lifts.

The Hochgurgl resort is connected to Obergurgl village with the lifts that starts directly from the village, making easy to get out on the slopes early.

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Schladming in Austria is a large resort, in the beautiful Dachstein Mountain region, and part of the Skiverbun Amade area which includes Reiteralm, Amade, Hochkonig, Grobarl and Gastein.

Schladming is best suited to intermediate skiers and snowboarders with some terrain for beginners. This area offers some superb diverse pistes, there are pretty lined runs to the more challenging downhill used annually for the Men’s world cup.

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Kaprun, officially Kaprun-Zell am See, lies in the Austrian state of Salzburg and is one of the three resorts of the Europa Sport Region. When considering where to base yourself its worth noting that Kaprun and Zell am See are quite different in character. Kaprun has bags of character and uncommercialised. Zell am See is a larger town with some nice shopping areas and places but less mountain village charm or the super small hotels and apartments that Kaprun offers.

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The western Tyrolean resort of Kappl is located in the Paznaun valley with neighbouring villages of Ischgl, Galtür and See. Within the Silvretta-Arena ski area peaks reach up over 3000 metres ensuring good skiing even in early and late season months. For those who enjoy skiing across borders the Silvretta-Arena joint ski pass allows you to ski Kappl and Ischgl in Austria and the Swiss, duty-free, resort of Samnaun, forming a high altitude, snow-assured winter sports paradise.

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