Part of the vast Ski Amade ski region & accessing the highest skiing in the region.
Schladming is part of the vast Ski Amade ski region. It has extensive intermediate skiing above the resort and just across the valley the Dachstein Glacier offers guaranteed snow.
The biggest town in the area features the most popular ski event in the region – an evening FIS slalom race which brings massive crowds to a festival of skiing.
SCHLADMING AT A GLANCE
Facts & figures
- Resort: 745 m
- Top lift: 2700 m (Glacier)
- Lifts: 50
- Season: Oct – May (Glacier)
- Inhabitants: 9000
- Salzburg | 53 miles
- Munich | 159 miles
- Innsbruck | 162 miles
- Winter walks
- Après ski
- Glacier skiing
- Ski region
- FIS race piste
The Schladming ski piste map is a sea of red and blue ski pistes. The skiing stretches over 2 neighbouring mountains and it is possible to ski into the next ski area of Hauser-Kaibling or in the other direction over into Pichl and the Reiteralm ski area. Nearly all the skiing in Schladming, on both the Planai and Hochwurzen mountains is tree-lined. The same is true of the neighbouring ski regions. Schladming really is an intermediate skiers dream.
The one tough slope in the Schladming ski area is the lower section of the FIS race course that has a seriously steep section just above the ski lift base station. On the opposite side of the valley to the Planai and Hochwurzen ski areas is the Dachstein Glacier. The snow reliability and long ski seasons makes it a great local asset, whilst the top station features a stunning suspension bridge and viewing platform.
Night time FIS ski races on the precipitous lower slopes.
The area around the base-station is pumping as the lifts close.
Schladming is part of the vast Ski Amade ski region.
The ski resort of Schladming is known for its FIS race course, its twin churches and sizeable intermediate ski area. Schladming is a working / regional town and the visitors are absorbed into everyday life there, creating a good, authentic Austrian atmosphere. Après ski around the base station at Schladming is fun whilst the town has a good deal of facilities and entertainment.
The biggest town in the region, Schladming has a great deal to offer the visitor. There are ice rinks and leisure facilities, whilst on the mountain, there are a number of tobogganing trails in the area. The town boasts a wide range of shops and for visiting groups there is the Schladming Congress Centre, offering a range of meeting spaces.
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