If you are looking for a family ski resort, then Soll would be an excellent choice for spending your family ski holiday. Soll is considered to be the main gateway to Austria’s SkiWelt region, which is the largest ski area in Austria connected by ski lifts. This region is comprised of several villages: Soll, Brixen im Thale, Hopfgarten, Ellmau, Going, Itter, Kelchsau, Scheffau and Westendorf.Continue reading
Fugen is a small, but classy, ski resort in Tyrol in the Austrian Alps and one of the first settlements in Ziller valley. This resort is rounded by massive mountain regions that provide Fugen with 39 ski pistes at all levels of difficulty. There are 177 different ski lifts and ski schools for beginners and children. The two main ski areas are Spieljoch and Hochfügen.
Fugen is becoming more and more popular ski destination because of its fast developing. One of the new attractions this period is the new thermal wellness bath where you can have fun and relax at the same time. It is suitable for everyone and it can re-charge the empty batteries by skiing or snowboarding.
Lech am Arlberg is a beautiful village lying on the banks of the river Lech. This mountain pass of the Alps and Tirol states will almost always guarantee snow. Great snow area for all ski levels, excellent choice of hotels, warm hospitality, traditional and tasty cuisine, is what you will find over the mountains of splendid Lech.
Kaprun, also known as “Zell am See-Kaprun” is an important tourist destination well known for the glacier Kitzsteinhorn. It used to be a mining village in the past, and today it has a population of 3,000. Since Kaprun is near to the glacier skiing area, the ski season starts here earlier and you can have your winter holiday here starting from November.
Just less than two hours drive from Salzburg airport, Saalbach Hinterglemm is one of the most popular ski destinations in the last years. It is located in the Pinzgau region, east-west oriented with Zell Am See being the nearest large city, at around 30 minutes trip time. Despite having an average population of approximately 3000 residents during the year, this number increases significantly during the winter and summer season.
The beautiful town in the Kitzbuhel Alps, St. Johann in Tirol is set in the Leukental valley and surrounded by the Kitzbuheler Horn and Wilder Kaiser range. Summer is the perfect time for hiking mountain biking while the ski pistes in winter are the top destination for skiers and snowboarders.
Seefeld is one of the leading family ski resorts in Austria and among the best cross-country skiing destinations in the world. Located about 20 km from Innsbruck, part of Olympia Region Seefeld ski area, with 27km of downhill skiing, (19 individual pistes, served by 23 ski lifts).
Two Olympic Games and Nordic Ski World Championships made the Olympiaregion Seefeld well-known all over the world.
Ischgl, once a farming village, is one of Austria’s top ski resorts, located below one of Austria’s greatest and highest ski areas, and in the most snow reliable western corner of Tyrol – the Paznaun Valley. The main ski resort is located between 2,000 m and 2,872 m altitude and has one of the longest winter seasons in Austria, starting from the end of November until early May, offering great enjoyment for skiers and snowboarders of all ages and skills and breathtaking scenery.