Below is a list of all the Austrian ski resorts in which we supply ski accommodation in Austria. Click on the resort for further details
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Austria is a wonderful destination for a skiing holiday and the second most popular country in Europe for British skiers after France. Austria is renowned for its picturesque resorts and outstanding levels of service and quality. A ski holiday in Austria will offer world class skiing and a vibrant après ski, making it a superb choice for your next ski holiday.
Austrian Ski Resorts
Whatever your level of skiing, you will be spoilt for choice. Austria is home to a variety of resorts that cater for all levels of skiers and boarders. With their stunning Alpine scenery and traditional Austrian charm whichever resort you choose, your ski holiday will certainly be one to remember. Ski resorts in Austria are generally a little lower than many French resorts which is not a problem during the main ski season but be sure to check the snow reports and snow history of a resort if you are planning an early or late season ski trip.
Ski Areas in Austria
The most well known ski area in Austria is the Arlberg Ski Circus which incorporates St. Anton, St. Christoph, Lech and Zurs and provides some superb skiing as well as the legendary apres-ski of St. Anton. The Europa Ski Region combines the pretty village of Kaprun and the attractive lakeside town of Zell am See, it offers snow sure skiing with glacier skiing up on the Kitzsteinhorn Glacier. The Zillertal Superski Area interlinks Mayrhofen and Finkenburg and the Ski Welt Area links Soll, Scheffau and Ellmau to provide 250 kms of piste.
Many of the most talked about apres-ski bars are in Austria - notably the Mooserwirt and the Crazy Kanguruh in St. Anton situated at the top of the last piste leading to the town which makes for a very interesting last run of the day! The Austrians are famed for their table dancing and some would say that when having your ski boots fitted in Austria, you should make sure that first and foremost you can dance in them, and secondly that you can ski in them! Even in smaller villages you will find a couple of good apres-ski bars with a very warm and friendly atmosphere, something that is quite unique to this country.