SCHEFFAU SKI HOLIDAYS – PRETTY AND GREAT LOCATION
The ski holiday resort of Scheffau is part of the huge Ski Welt ski region that stretches from Ellmau over to Westendorf. Unlike the other Ski Welt ski holiday resorts, Scheffau is located on the opposite side of the valley to the Ski Welt ski area and is connected to the skiing via a ski piste that runs out of Scheffau and makes it a ski-out resort. Scheffau is one of the prettiest ski holiday resorts in the Ski Welt ski region and has possibly the best location of all of them with ski-in access, right at the centre of the ski region.
Resort 752m | Top Lift 1867m | Lifts 91
Scheffau might be the prettiest ski holiday resort in the Ski Welt and has a great central location in the ski area.
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SCHEFFAU SKIING & SNOWBOARDING - HUGE LIFT LINKED AREA
Scheffau is located close to the centre of the huge Ski Welt ski region. Heading east from the top of the Brandstadl ski lift in Scheffau is the ski holiday resort and ski area of Ellmau whilst heading south is Brixen and west Soll. The Scheffau and Ski Welt ski area is ideal for intermediate skiers and snowboarders, especially ones who want to travel great distances into different ski areas. From Scheffau it is now possible to ski directly into the Westendorf ski area via the new gondola. Beyond that it is possible to also link into the Kitzbuhel ski region. Scheffau has a beginners ski area located in the resort and the runs at the top of the Brandstadl are pretty good for beginners. The Hohe Salve is the place to head for skiers and snowboarders looking for steeper terrain, this peak offers the highest point in the whole of the Ski Welt ski area and has some genuinely steep descents coming down from the peak. The remainder of the Scheffau / Ski Welt ski area is a dream for intermediate skiers and snowboarders especially in good weather and snow.
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