Ski and Snowboard holidays to Austria – Our Resorts
We offer a wide selection of ski resorts from some of the more popular, big name ski area favourites to those that are off the well-beaten track with a smaller local ski area and quieter evenings. Wherever you go in Austria, you’ll find great hospitality, quality accommodation, wonderful mountain huts, amazing scenery and great all-round skiing value.
Whether it’s the après-ski, award-winning cuisine, a change of pace or how to make the most of your time in the Austrian Alps, if you’d like any assistance selecting the right resort for you and your party, please get in touch.
Small yet perfectly formed, we’ve been skiing snow-sure Fieberbrunn since the mid-90’s and are the Fieberbrunn Experts. Lift-linked with Saalbach-Hinterglemm and offering 270 kilometres of piste to satiate even the hungriest of mileage-monsters, Fieberbrunn is our second home, our most popular resort and ideal for all abilities, families, freeriders and short breaks.
Kitzbühel is an international, atmospheric town steeped in skiing history and host to the annual, world-famous Hahnenkamm World Cup downhill race. With its colourful medieval buildings, the resort centre has an upmarket and vibrant feel, some outstanding Hotels and 200 kilometres of piste for all abilities to explore.
The Ski Circus Saalbach-Hinterglemm-Leogang-Fieberbrunn is one of the most modern and extensive ski areas in Europe and offers an impressive 270 kilometres of pistes and some wonderful mountain huts and restaurants. Saalbach and Hinterglemm, just 4 kilometres up the valley, offer plenty of Hotel options and both resorts enjoy a lively après-ski and nightlife scene.
St Johann in Tirol
Located between the north face of the Kitzbüheler Horn and the mighty Wilder Kaiser mountains, St Johann is a pretty resort town whose ski area is best suited to beginners, intermediates and mixed ability groups. St Johann has some wonderful rustic mountain huts to explore, a good après-ski scene and makes a great base for day-tripping to neighbouring resorts.
Kirchberg is Kitzbühel’s sister resort and offers access to the same great Kitzbühel ski area via Kirchberg’s own modern lift system. Kirchberg has a good selection of quality Hotels, lively après-ski and offers all-round better value and a more informal feel than Kitzbühel.
Mayrhofen is a long-standing and justifiably popular ski resort in the Ziller Valley with 139 kilometres of piste locally, a short transfer time from Innsbruck and a fun and lively atmosphere. Explore the entire Ziller Valley with over 500 kilometres of piste in total including the snow-sure slopes of the Hintertux Glacier.
Just 45 minutes from Innsbruck Airport, Fügen is the first ski resort you’ll arrive at in the Ziller Valley and offers skiing locally and in the Hochzillertal (Hochfügen-Kaltenbach) ski area. Fügen is a decent-sized town with good quality Hotels welcoming short stays and a good base for exploring the Ziller Valley’s 500+ kilometres of piste.
Zell am See-Kaprun
The neighbouring resorts of Zell am See and Kaprun offer a large combined ski area with a great variety of slopes ranging from forested descents above Zell am See to the snow-sure, high-altitude glacier slopes above Kaprun. Zell am See’s charming, pedestrianised centre has lots to offer and both resorts offer good après-ski and nightlife making this a superb, all-round winter holiday destination.
With a modern lift system covering 239 kilometres of pistes, an excellent snow record and a long winter season, Ischgl is arguably one of Austria’s finest resorts and is lift-linked with Samnaun in Switzerland. It’s a lively, bustling resort with great après-ski, top quality hotels, fine dining and regular events throughout the Winter.
Galtür is a traditional high alpine village with a compact yet varied ski area best suited to families, beginners and intermediates although there is plenty of freeride terrain to check out. It is also the perfect destination for those looking for quieter evenings and to ski Ischgl – a short hop on the free ski bus – without the price tag.
The Stubai Valley lies high above Innsbruck and offers four ski areas of which the Stubai Glacier is the main attraction. This is Austria's largest glacier ski area with over 110 kilometres of snow-sure slopes for all abilities open from October to June and the central resort village of Neustift is just 30 minute’s transfer from Innsbruck.
The Ski Arlberg Area is the largest lift-linked ski resort in Austria (305 kilometres of piste) and St Anton the best-known ski resort in this region. With challenging skiing and countless off-piste itineraries, the après-ski and nightlife are perfectly matched to the action on the mountain. One of the world’s Premier resorts.
Other Austrian Ski Resorts
These Austrian ski resorts are just a selection that we feature. If you are looking for a particular resort or specific hotel in Austria, just let us know and we’ll run a search through the tailor-made and travel agency side of our business.