DACHSTEIN GLACIER, AUSTRIA.
The Dachstein Glacier offers glacier skiing in the Ski Amade ski region to the south of Salzburg. As well as assured snow, the Dachstein Glacier provides stunning scenery across the Dachstein rock faces and the local glaciers. Mountaineering is also very popular on the Dachstein Glacier as is ski touring. The Dachstein Glacier is located above Ramsau am Dachstein and the nearby ski region of Schladming - offering guaranteed snow for guests to both ski holiday resorts.
Resort 1701m | Top Lift 2699m | Lifts 5
The Dachstein Glacier offers snow-sure skiing and almost unbeatable scenery close to Ramsau & Schladming.
GREAT VALUE SKI HOLIDAYS
DACHSTEIN GLACIER - SNOW-SURE GLACIER SKIING
Offering snow-sure glacier skiing, the Dachstein Glacier is a great addition to the Ski Amade ski region that is located south of Salzburg. Looking across from Schladming to the Dachstein mountain range the peaks are bewilderingly impressive - rich praise in a region that offers beauty around most corners. Riding up the cable car to the Dachstein Glacier is a dramatic experience whilst the lookout points at the top-station on the Dachstein Glacier offer incredible views. Skiing and snowboarding on the Dachstein Glacier takes place with 4 additional lifts whilst many of those on the glacier are embarked on ski tours or mountaineering excursions. There is no ski route back to the base-station due to the sheer rock faces that border the Dachstein Glacier but this allows visitors the chance to experience the Südwandbahn cable car again. Additional skiing is possible in Ramsau as well as extensive terrain in Schladming. Ski buses run from these areas to the Dachstein Glacier. For anyone visiting the area then the Dachstein Glacier is a must visit area, if just for the views!
DACHSTEIN GLACIER LATEST
- May 23, 2012
Lifts still accessing a 5m booty of snow
- April 8, 2011
The Dachstein Glacier – scenery that is very tough beat
Short video of the incredible ascent into the Dachstein Glacier ski area from the top station zooming back down to the valley station above Ramsau.