our opening hours

Award winning travel company,
ATOL & trust account protected


Best Ski Season


Luxury Ski Holidays In Schladming

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.

Snowsports In Schladming

Schladming is part of the Schladming 4-mountain ski area within the Schladming-Dachstein which in turn is part of the Ski Amadé ski area, the second largest ski area in Europe covered by a single ski pass. The Schladming 4-mountain ski complex links the 4 largest Styrian ski mountains – Planai, Hauser Kaibling, Hochwurzen and Reiteralm. Based at Schladming you also benefit from the year-round skiing on the Dachstein Glacier.


Beginners – The excellent Schladming ski school at Rohrmoos and the Planai nursery areas are extremely well ordered with gentle blues. The lower slopes of Rohrmoos are suitable for novices.

Intermediates – With its predominantly north facing slopes the Schladming area is first rates for intermediates with some lovely cruise pistes and long runs such as the 4.6 km FIS run and the almost 8 km Hochwurzen valley run.

Advanced – For the advanced skiers there are two world class downhill runs of 5 kms each in the Schladming area. The Planai itself boast a couple of bumpy black runs.

This resort is convenient for snowboarders; it provides a terrain park, with a steep chutes and cliffs. From beginners to pros, regardless of ability level, everyone finds just what they’ve been looking for.

Activities & Nightlife In Schladming

Off the ski slopes the Schladming resort offers plenty of other wintersports alternatives including : horse drawn sledging, tobogganing, sled runs, snowshoeing, cross country and also, indoor swimming pool, indoor tennis, squash, ice skating curling, sleigh rides , night skiing.

Schladming resort provides a large range of restaurants, you can try: Onkel Willy’s Hutte; Landstuberl Friesacher; The Winter Garden; Dorf Stockl; Talbachschenke

View ski images from our Ski centres

Mountain Information Schladming

Ski Area : 123Km (Schladming 4-mountain Ski Area)

Summit : 2700m Highest Lift : 2015m Resort : 745m Longest Run : 7.7Km

Total Lifts : 44

8 Cable cars, 22 Chairlifts, 14 Draglifts


* Free resort bus with lift pass

Snow Making : Yes Snow Park(s) : Yes (1) Glacier Skiing : Yes Night Skiing : Yes

*Transfer Time : 1hrs30min (from Salzburg Airport)

*Mountain Restaurants : 47

Best Ski Season

Very good good normal bad
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

Top Recommended Luxury Hotels