The Austrian benchmark.

It is the largest connected ski area in Austria, from Sankt-Anton to Warth, you can enjoy a varied playground, accessible to the most modest as well as to experts. It is a paradise for off-piste skiing and hiking.
The villages of Lech and Zürs are very charming with superb hotels and Ski-In Ski-Out for optimal comfort.

Key figures

  • 305 km of slopes.
  • 7 m of snowfall per winter on average.
  • 114 years since the opening with the 1st ski lift in Austria.
  • 1000 skiers compete against each other in the famous "l'Anneau Blanc" race.

Favorites

1 - The Run of Fame, from St Anton to Warth and back. 85 km and 18,000 m of altitude difference.
2 - A dinner at the Hospices de St Christoph where you will discover an exceptional wine cellar.
3 -Enjoy a beautiful equipped chalet at the foot of the slopes.
4 -Off-piste skiing "Pfarrer Müller" with a local guide to get away from it all.

The Pearl of the 3 Valleys.

Kitzbühel is the myth of the Streif, this extraordinary race where the real exploits of the athletes electrify the whole world.
But Kitzbühel is also a charming village and a very complete ski area: large, varied and accessible for all levels of practice.

Key figures

  • 81st edition of Hahnenkamm in 2021, the craziest race of winter.
  • 197 km of slopes equipped with top level lifts.
  • 4 km of lighted tracks for a night practice.
  • 1h30 from Munich airport, easy and quick access.

Favorites

1 - Obviously make a run on the Streiff, Magic.
2 - The night toboggan run in Gaisberg, a beer up and down !
3 - Taste a Kaiserchmarrn on the slopes.
4 - Go and discover more secluded areas such as Jochberg or Kirchberg.

The Pearl of the 3 Valleys.

Kitzbühel is the myth of the Streif, this extraordinary race where the real exploits of the athletes electrify the whole world.
But Kitzbühel is also a charming village and a very complete ski area: large, varied and accessible for all levels of practice.

Key figures

  • 81st edition of Hahnenkamm in 2021, the craziest race of winter.
  • 197 km of slopes equipped with top level lifts.
  • 4 km of lighted tracks for a night practice.
  • 1h30 from Munich airport, easy and quick access.

Favorites

1 - Obviously make a run on the Streiff, Magic.
2 - The night toboggan run in Gaisberg, a beer up and down !
3 - Taste a Kaiserchmarrn on the slopes.
4 - Go and discover more secluded areas such as Jochberg or Kirchberg.

Fresh snow and frenzied nights.

The resort of Soelden in the Ötztal valley is one of the most popular in Austria. It is thanks to a spectacular high-altitude ski area and ultra-modern infrastructure that the Tyrol resort seduces.
And what about the atmosphere of the village where the evenings live up to their reputation.

Key figures

  • 7,3 km the distance from the toboggan run, thrills guaranteed.
  • 2 connected glaciers are the originality of the ski area.
  • 144 km of freshly prepared slopes.
  • 17 ans, the age of Alice Robinson during her 1st World Cup success in 2019.

Favorites

1 - The slope of Rettenbach is one of the toughest on the World Cup circuit.
2 - Take a deep breath and enjoy the view of theglacier platform.
3 -Discover the installation dedicated to 007 Agent and the film 'Specter' released in 2015.

An entire valley dedicated to winter sports.

The Schladming Dachstein ski area has 4 resorts, but the valley has 10. All the villages live to the rhythm of the snow and people travel by train to and from one spot to another. You will find a popular and authentic atmosphere. Whether in hotels in the evening or around one of the countless “huts” on the slopes, you can enjoy a moment of relaxation and pleasure.

Key figures

  • 230 km of alpine ski slopes.
  • 40 000 spectators to witness the craziest slalom of the winter.
  • 220 km of perfectly prepared Nordic ski slopes.

Favorites

1 - Test The Planai, Alpine World Cup track.
2 - Spend a day on the slopes of Flachau, Hermann Maïer station.
3 - A visit to the Atomic Factory in Radstatd, Austrian excellence.
4 - Une off-piste guiding trip in the Sölktäler Valleys.

An entire valley dedicated to winter sports.

The Schladming Dachstein ski area has 4 resorts, but the valley has 10. All the villages live to the rhythm of the snow and people travel by train to and from one spot to another. You will find a popular and authentic atmosphere. Whether in hotels in the evening or around one of the countless “huts” on the slopes, you can enjoy a moment of relaxation and pleasure.

Key figures

  • 230 km of alpine ski slopes.
  • 40 000 spectators to witness the craziest slalom of the winter.
  • 220 km of perfectly prepared Nordic ski slopes.

Favorites

1 - Test The Planai, Alpine World Cup track.
2 - Spend a day on the slopes of Flachau, Hermann Maïer station.
3 - A visit to the Atomic Factory in Radstatd, Austrian excellence.
4 - Une off-piste guiding trip in the Sölktäler Valleys.