Supreme doorstep skiing!

Spectacularly set beneath the high peaks of the stunning Brenta Dolomites, the Val di Sole ski area is one of Europe’s most fashionable resorts offering excellent value for money with its scenic, wooded and easily navigable slopes, all served by a state-of-the art lift system.
Enjoy a taste of luxury in the magnificent embrace of the Brenta Dolomites!
  • Doorstep skiing
  • Big Ski Area
  • Spectacular scenery and ambience
  • Superb quality hotels
  • Après Ski
  • Resort Height: 850m–2500m
  • No. of Lifts: 59
  • No. of Trails: 108
  • Easy Runs: 49
  • Medium Runs: 39
  • Difficult Runs: 20
  • Skiable Area: 156km
  • Longest Run: 5.8km
  • Snow Making: Over 95%
  • Lift Pass: Campiglio di Brenta
  • Pizza / Ice Cream / Crepe evenings
  • Ice-Skating
  • Swimming
  • Night skiing
  • Bowling
  • Disco
  • Dog sledding

A fantastic experience

The resort’s pedestrianised centre has a great variety of restaurants, cafes & shops and exudes pure Italian charm in a relaxed, refined atmosphere that attracts Italian and international visitors alike. Where else can your group experience fabulous doorstep skiing followed by the excitement of dog sledding? With one of the best snow records in the Dolomites, and state of the art snow making, snow cover is almost guaranteed over the whole 150km ski area and bad weather won’t disrupt your skiing as the tree lined slopes offer plenty of shelter to keep you skiing.

The Ski Area

The Skiarea Campiglio Dolomiti di Brenta (Madonna di Campiglio/Folgàrida/Marilléva/Pinzolo) has runs at all levels of difficulty. From long, wide gentle slopes to challenging tree-lined runs, there is something for everyone and is the perfect resort for school groups.

It’s generally acknowledged in the ski world that there are few resorts with such a good selection of long blue and red runs and the modern efficient lift system (with wi-fi hotspots) means more time on snow and less time on lifts as you explore the whole area.

Perfect for beginners…

Beginners will enjoy the easy access to the gentle slopes and the great progression on to longer blue runs radiating down from the Pradalago and Passo Groste peaks. The fabulous tree lined slopes make for an excellent teaching environment and students will soon be chasing onto the long red runs on Cinque Laghi & Monte Spinale areas before testing their ski legs by exploring over towards the Monte Vigo peak. From Monte Vigo skiers start above the tree line and sweep down the wide panoramic slopes into the trees towards Folgarida and Marilleva.

… and for Advanced skiers

To the south the resort of Pinzolo offers slopes to suit all skiers but more advance skiers will be itching to try the Tulot Audi Black run – at 2.6km with up to 70% incline – a true test for all skiers. Adrenaline hunters are well catered for with the highlights being the Canalone Miramonti World Cup Run in Cinque Laghi; the Schumacher Streif from Monte Spinale and the black-diamond Amazzonia from the top of the Pradalago cable car not to be missed!…

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Super value – perfect for school groups

Andorra is an independent principality situated between France and Spain in the Pyrenees mountains. Known for its great skiing and duty-free shopping, recent investment and modernisation of the resort infrastructure has launched Vallnord to the top of the ‘must try’ school ski destinations.
A good range of accommodation, après ski options plus updated lift system ensures that your ski trip will be a great success with pupils progressing quickly. The wide gentle slopes build confidence quickly and with a hot lunch included on the mountain you get more time on the mountain to explore over the ski area! Away from the slopes groups have easy access to a wide range of après ski activities (mainly in the capital city Andorra la Vella) such as bowling, swimming, a visit to Europe’s largest Spa, ice-skating, pizza night and of course tax-free shopping!
  • Great value packages
  • Beginner & early intermediate skiers
  • Hot lunch on the mountain included
  • Après Ski activities
  • Resort Height: 1550m–2560m
  • No. of Lifts: 45
  • No. of Trails: 67
  • Easy Runs: 14
  • Medium Runs: 47
  • Difficult Runs: 6
  • Skiable Area: 63km
  • Longest Run: 6km
  • Snow Making: Over 60%
  • Lift Pass: Pal & Arinsal areas
  • Swimming
  • Thermal Spa
  • Tax Free Shopping
  • Bowling
  • Ice Skating
  • Pizza Night

Ski Area

The Pal / Arinsal ski areas offer early skiers the best possible confidence building start on the wide gentle slopes at the top of the La Massana or Arinsal gondolas where magic carpets await the 1st time skiers. In no time the students will have their ski legs and will be heading up to explore the long blue runs radiating from the Pla de la Cot above La Massana or the Pic Negre (2560m) in Arinsal. Spectaular confidence building runs through the trees that the experienced instructors will use to improve technique before trying out the more testing red runs above the tree line from the Pic del Cubil on the La Massana side and the Pic Negre in Arinsal, all runs offering stunning views across the valley.

Flexible yet compact

The resorts are joined by a 50-person cable car so more advance skiers should be able to ski both areas in the same day and explore the more testing black runs from the Pic Alt de la Capa & Pic Negre.

The Arinsal area offers all levels of slope in a more compact area meaning that you will always be able to see how your pupils are developing and making it perfect for younger groups and party leaders who prefer a close supervision environment.

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Multiple award winner at the 2020 International Ski Area Test

Situated 55km South of Salzburg, the Salzburger Sportwelt Region, one of Austria’s largest interconnected ski areas, offers wonderful winter sports terrain suitable for all skill levels.
With just one ski pass you can ski in the whole of the Salzburg Sportwelt, the Schladming-Dachstein area, the Grossarl valley, Gastein and the Hochkönig region. That is over 350km of well-prepared ski pistes all there for you. Tailored very much towards school groups, most of our accommodation is based near the massive Salzburger Sportwelt – the heart of the Ski Amadé.
  • Easter Skiing
  • Big Ski Area
  • Younger Children
  • Sole Occupancy
  • Après Ski
  • Resort Height: 2168m (Glacier)
  • No. of Lifts: 270
  • No. of Trails: 144
  • Easy Runs: 145
  • Medium Runs: 181
  • Difficult Runs: 30
  • Skiable Area: 350+ km
  • Longest Run: 3.2km
  • Snow Making: 90% coverage
  • Lift Pass: Salzburger Sportwelt
  • Billiards
  • Bowling
  • Swimming at Aqua Salza Fun Pool
  • Pizza Night
  • Visit to Salzburg
  • Ice-cream Night
  • Mini Golf
Alpendorf
Wagrain
Flachau

Winner of “best groomed pistes” and voted the best ski resort in Austria 2015, the Salzburger Sportwelt Ski area has developed into one of Austria’s premier ski regions. Offering over 350km of beautifully groomed piste, the area offers an amazing choice of interconnected skiing made up of three areas, Flachau, Wagrain and St Johann-im-Pongau.

To get the most out of your tour we will ensure that your group will visit each of the areas during your stay by planning a provisional ski timetable based on the current snow conditions. Our ski school partner will be working towards the beginners in your group being able to ski from Flachau to Alpendorf all in one day. A massive achievement for the first timers.

Let it Snow!

The area boasts one of Europe’s best snow records. The resorts central alpine position ensures that whenever a snowstorm arrives in the Alps, from either the South or the North, it is going to fall on the slopes of the Sportwelt area. The season starts in early December and runs through until late April.

The Salzburger Sportwelt invests huge amounts of money annually in the comfort and technology of their 270 modern alpine lifts and cable cars. The resort is covered by over 1000 snow canons, improving the reliability of snow cover and therefore maximizing your ski experience.

This area excels at providing après-ski for school groups offering possibilities including billiards, bowling, swimming at Aqua Salza Fun Pool and Therme Amadé, a visit to Salzburg, ice-cream and pizza nights and mini golf. There are also many shops, cafés and bars.

Perfect for Beginners, Improvers & Experts Alike

Students will be totally spoilt for choice with the sheer volume of pistes and slopes in this incredible resort.

Most groups will head up the 6 seat high speed Gondola to the Gondl Stubn meeting point. From there, groups can enjoy the wide runs down from the Hirschkogel top station or head over to the superb beginners area at the Kreisten Alm restaurant. Once up and running the groups can really take advantage of the long red and blue runs that spread out from Hirschkogel & Sonntagskogel peak and enjoy the two-valley ski safari over to the town of Wagrain. Intermediate skiers can explore the whole area as the wide variety of red runs offer great opportunities for a young person to improve their skiing skills. Advanced skiers, will find that the area is not without its challenges; not least the extensive run from the Griessenkar ridge in Flachau.

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Some of the best scenery you’ll find in Italy
The resort of Folgaria is situated in the highlands of the Trentino Valley and boasts some of the best scenery you’ll find in Italy. This elegant village has style, character and is full of charm. Folgaria is a well-established Italian resort and in recent years has received huge investment including, a new lift system, remodelled piste and extended ski areas – all contributing in making Folgaria an ideal location for school groups.
  • Quiet
  • Younger Children
  • Sole Occupancy
  • Resort Height: 1168m
  • No. of Lifts: 22
  • No. of Trails: 42
  • Easy Runs: 20
  • Medium Runs: 17
  • Difficult Runs: 3
  • Skiable Area: 100km
  • Longest Run: 4.5km
  • Snow Making: 100% coverage
  • Lift Pass: Folgaria & Fiorentini
  • Indoor Swimming Pool
  • Outdoor Ice Skating on Lake Lavarone
  • Ten-Pin Bowling
  • Discos
  • Pizza Night
  • Sports Centre
  • Horse-Drawn Sled Trips
  • Museums

More than Just Skiing

The friendly locals offer a warm welcome and if you venture to the pedestrianised center of the village it offers good shopping and coffee shops for some chill out time off the slopes. Folgaria benefits from further investment which can be found in the après ski facilities including a new ice rink, swimming pool and games hall in the main town itself. Folgaria is earning a fantastic reputation as one of the top ski resorts for school travel in Italy and has our groups returning year after year.

Skiing for All, All Season Long

Folgaria’s ski area is home to over 100km of piste. Skiing through tree-lined pistes on well-maintained slopes, Folgaria has exciting ski to offer, ideal for all levels of skiers. There is terrain for beginners and large areas for intermediate skiers. Wide ski slopes makes this resort the ideal destination for your pupils to learn to ski or develop their skills.

Your beginner groups can look forward to quick progression from nursery slopes to more advanced runs as their confidence grows. Intermediate and advanced skiers will enjoy a great choice of lifts from Folgaria connecting to neighbouring areas.

Most runs are snow cannon protected to ensure great snow coverage all season making impressive conditions for the perfect ski trip.

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Perfect for Schools

Ski equipment is stored at the base station so no need to load and unload the coach each day. The child friendly ski school will ensure that the pupils make the most of their stay and the majority will be skiing the whole mountain by the end of the week. With new runs and lifts planned (including a gondola from Folgaria to the top of Fondo Grande) plus further investment in the après ski side, Folgaria looks set to confirm its position as one of the best school group venues in Italy.
The largest ski area in the Val di Fiemme
The largest ski area in the Val di Fiemme offering a wide range of slopes across 5 picturesque valleys. A real cultural experience as you head from the mainly Italian speaking Pampeago area and ski over to the mainly German speaking Obereggen resort – it pays to be tri-lingual in this area.
Our groups have run out of superlatives when trying to describe the beauty of the area, the slopes, the ski school and warmth of the people to us so all we can say is come and see at first-hand the resort that has left pupils and staff speechless.
  • Quiet
  • Easter Skiing
  • Big Ski Area
  • Younger Children
  • Sole Occupancy
  • Après Ski
  • Resort Height: 2500m
  • No. of Lifts: 45
  • No. of Trails: 84
  • Easy Runs: 49
  • Medium Runs: 47
  • Difficult Runs: 17
  • Skiable Area: 160km
  • Longest Run: 7km
  • Snow Making: Over 80%
  • Lift Pass: Val di Femme, Oberggen, Bellamonte & Passo Rolle
  • Pizza Night
  • Ice-Skating
  • Karaoke
  • Disco

All-Season Skiing

A large network of mainly red and blue runs are spread across 5 valleys from the town of Predazzo into the hub of Pampeago and then across to Obereggen. A very snow sure area offering most of the skiing above 1700m, the Pampeago area offers great conditions all season long.

Most groups start from the Pampeago area with the main beginners slopes and meeting areas just above the car park (or the Sporthotel Pampeago if you are staying there) on the Latemar lift. A large wide snow bowl is a great starting area for beginners with two chairlifts to ensure a quick return. Progression is easy with numerous gentle blue and red runs winding their way across three valleys towards Obereggen, all linked with fast, comfortable chair lifts. A stop in the middle valley at the top of the Absam Maierl 6 person chairlift offers some of the most up-close and breathtaking views of the Dolomites in the area. Groups will ski on tree lined trails and more open motorway style slopes – all immaculately prepared. This superb preparation aids learning as pupils can trust the slopes under their skis and not worry about hitting rogue patches of ice etc. A better learning environment makes for a more confidence-building experience.

Challenges for Every Level of Skier

Progressing skiers will take on the more challenging slopes of Grappa Mountain, Chairway to Heaven and the Race Track (named by our groups – just ask for the full story.) on the Agnello side of the mountain before taking on the testing long black and red runs heading down from the top of the Passo Feudo chairlift to the Refugio Gardone (where the cable car from Predazzo arrives). For the ultimate challenge the Pala di Santa offers a deceptively easy start into a steep black run that will test the most advanced skiers. Overall every level of skier will find more than enough to challenge and push them during their visit and our ski school will ensure that every pupil reaches the best of their potential and has an unforgettable trip.

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Hungry? You’re Spoilt for Choice

Food and the Italians go hand in hand and we use at least 5 different mountain restaurants in the resort. Students and staff get offered plenty of variety, from pizza and pasta to burgers and bratwurst all tastes can be catered for. The only problem might be skiing on a very full stomach after lunch.
Amazing views of the Dolomites
Just a short cable car ride from the town of Cavalese and around 10 to 20 minutes from the majority of our hotels in the Val di Fiemme, Cermis offers high, snow-sure, testing skiing and amazing views of the Dolomites and surrounding area. Many groups use the cable car to spend some time in the medieval town before heading back to their hotel.
  • Quiet
  • Easter Skiing
  • Big Ski Area
  • Younger Children
  • Sole Occupancy
  • Après Ski
  • Resort Height: 2500m
  • No. of Lifts: 45
  • No. of Trails: 84
  • Easy Runs: 49
  • Medium Runs: 47
  • Difficult Runs: 17
  • Skiable Area: 160km
  • Longest Run: 7km
  • Snow Making: Over 80%
  • Lift Pass: Val di Femme, Oberggen, Bellamonte & Passo Rolle
  • Pizza Night
  • Ice-Skating
  • Karaoke
  • Disco

Snow Guaranteed

Two large snow sure bowls and a long chute run to the valley make up the Cermis area. Cermis has the best snow record in the valley and you are always guaranteed the best conditions and piste preparation here. The first bowl above the Eurotel and gondola top station offers beginners a large wide play area to finish the week before heading down the 4.5km Via del Bosco to the mid-station. Progressing skiers head over into the ‘back bowl’ served by the Prafiori chairlift to explore the long red runs and many off-piste options with their instructor. Those up for the challenge of the Olympia runs may start off with a few runs on the Costabella and Carlo Donei slopes and when ready they can have a go at the first section before the more challenging Olympia 2 (which offers stunning views across the valley) and then the more relaxed red slope of Olympia 3.

Food for Every Taste

For lunch the Rifugio Paion at 2250m is the preferred option. You can enjoy a wide range of fantastic freshly cooked Italian food or go for one of the ever popular burgers or bratwurst from the BBQ on the sun terrace. Lunch in the mountains – a truly magical experience in the Val di Fiemme.

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Take on the Olympia

Slightly smaller than the other ski areas in the Val di Fiemme we visit the Cermis area towards the end of your ski tour. By that time the groups will be ready to face the monster Olympia run – all 3 parts and 7.2km of it.
Some of the most stunning scenery of any ski resort in Europe
Just a short drive from the town of Predazzo and around 30 minutes from Cavalese, the truly beautiful mountain offers simply some of the most stunning scenery of any ski resort in Europe.
Bellamonte punches way above its size in terms of skiable area, piste preparation and atmosphere. A firm favourite with our clients visiting the Val di Fiemme many choose to spend most of their time in this area.
  • Quiet
  • Easter Skiing
  • Big Ski Area
  • Younger Children
  • Sole Occupancy
  • Après Ski
  • Resort Height: 2500m
  • No. of Lifts: 45
  • No. of Trails: 84
  • Easy Runs: 49
  • Medium Runs: 47
  • Difficult Runs: 17
  • Skiable Area: 160km
  • Longest Run: 7km
  • Snow Making: Over 80%
  • Lift Pass: Val di Femme, Oberggen, Bellamonte & Passo Rolle
  • Pizza Night
  • Ice-Skating
  • Karaoke
  • Disco

Get to the Snow – Fast

The Bellamonte / Alpe Lusia ski area offers skiing on two sides of the mountain. The Bellamonte side is the main starting point for our groups and the wide gentle slopes are accessed by the new fast Castelir gondola cuts the ascent time from 22 minutes down to 8 minutes – getting you on the snow faster than ever. The sweeping blue runs down the mountain offer a superb teaching environment and our professional ski school will ensure that your pupils develop their skills to the best of their ability, with the possibility to spend some time in the snow cross park. Skiers of all levels will love the best ‘home’ run in the valley – at almost 6km long the run from the top of the Campo Laste chairlift down the Zirmes, Le Fassane & Castelir slopes is a cruisers delight and a great leg burner to finish your day.

Challenging Runs and Long Descents

The rolling piste of the La Clune run leads you down to the stunning ‘Trolls Café’ a must see for it’s themed basement restaurant. Take the La Clune lift and head to the Alpe Lusia where you will discover a couple of challenging black runs plus a few testing reds, forming a long descent of almost 4km down to the Moena Gondola. You will also find a few relaxing blue runs plus the fun of another ski cross park.

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Vistas and Pizzas

One visit and you too will fall in love with the Beautiful Mountain and discover why so many of our groups put this resort number 1 on their list when they visit the Val di Fiemme. For lunch, no one goes hungry in Bellamonte. The food served at El Zirmo or the Rifugio Bucaneve disappears as fast as it appears, including the enormous cart-wheel pizzas. If you are on the Alpe Luisa side, the Chalet Valbona offers refined dining and the Agri-Bar a more rustic experience that makes it well worth a visit.
Host venue of the World Ski Championships in 2013
Possibly one of Austria’s most underrated ski areas, Schladming lies within the beautiful Dachstein Mountain region – in the southern Austrian province of Styria. Four linked mountains provide the main ski area which includes 160km of piste.
Schladming hosted the World Ski Championships in 2013 and seriously invested heavily in new ski lifts. This investment has been well worth it – queues are kept short and speedy lifts give you more time for the downhills – your bottom will be kept cosy even on the chilliest of days. This combined with the snow sure Dachstein glacier, ensures that good skiing conditions are guaranteed whenever you come to ski.
  • Big Ski Area
  • Resort Height: 2700m
  • No. of Lifts: 44
  • No. of Trails: n/a
  • Easy Runs: 48km
  • Medium Runs: 95km
  • Difficult Runs: 17km
  • Skiable Area: 160km
  • Longest Run: 7.7km
  • Snow Making: Yes
  • Lift Pass: Schladming Dachstein
  • Shopping
  • Swimming
  • Ice-Skating
  • Cafés/Restaurants
  • Pizza Night
  • 7m Toboggan Run
  • Discos
  • Curling

Great for Everyone, Perfect for Intermediate Skiers

All abilities are catered for and with a high proportion of runs rated red, Schladming is ideally suited to intermediates. Much of the skiing is in the tree-line, helping visibility, plus there’s some good opportunities for ducking off, in the right conditions, to find a bit of powder to play in. For the more advanced skiers – the challenging downhill used annually for the men’s World Cup night slalom is particularly popular.

Variety is the Spice of Life

High mileage skiing is guaranteed on the wide variety of slopes and with the Dachstein glacier on the same ski pass – skiing is guaranteed. The new connections between Hauser Kaibling, Planai – Hochwurzen and Reiteralm have created one of the best interlinked ski areas in Austria. The range and variety will keep all levels of skier in a rapturous state for the duration of their stay.

Beginners will use the extremely well-ordered, ample nursery areas on the lower slopes on each of the mountains to build confidence before progressing further afield to explore thze full area on a wide range of interconnecting blue and red runs. An intermediates paradise, early intermediates will find the blue runs at Rohrmoos and on Reiteralm particularly pleasing before moving onto some lovely cruising pistes and long runs such as the 4.6km FIS run and the 7.7km Hochwurzen valley run.

For the advanced skier, there are two world-class downhill runs of 5kms each in the Sport Region Schladming area. The Planai itself boasts a couple of very bumpy black runs , including (for the more adventurous) the World Cup downhill, not to be missed, the exhilarating steep final straight is a never to be forgotten experience. Hauser Kaibling hosts rounds of the World Cup Women’s Downhill and the Dachstein Glacier is also available by ski bus (included on the lift-pass) thus guaranteeing snow.

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Plenty to Explore

Schladming is a large, bustling, charming walled town. It has the perfect mix of old and new throughout with medieval buildings dating back to well over 300 years contrasting with the stylish buildings that have popped up in recent years. Its pedestrianized town centre is a great spot to do a bit of shopping and offers the ideal respite from a hectic days skiing.
One of the longest ski seasons in Europe from early November to May each year
Obertauern has one of the longest ski seasons in Europe from early November to May each year, thanks in the main to its physical geography where the stunning peaks of the Radstädter Tauern envelope the Tauern pass, forming a fabulous ski circuit on the varied slopes of the mountains. Obertauern has a high-end atmosphere with several 4 star hotels and top quality restaurants and retail outlets lining the main road.
  • Easter Skiing
  • Big Ski Area
  • Younger Children
  • Resort Height: 2350m
  • No. of Lifts: 26
  • No. of Trails: 66
  • Easy Runs: 42
  • Medium Runs: 34
  • Difficult Runs: 9
  • Skiable Area: 100km
  • Longest Run: 4km
  • Snow Making: 90% Coverage
  • Transfer from Calais: 15 hours
  • Medical Facilities: Doctor and X-Ray facilities in Obertauern village, Hospital in Tamsweg
  • Swimming 
  • Bowling
  • Disco
  • Curling
  • Ice-Skating
  • Pizza Night

Lively and Vibrant Resort

The premier service continues on the slopes with a modern lift system and fabulous piste preparation, ensuring everyone has a superb ski experience. While the good variety of mountain huts offers stunning views, the great food offering will allow you to replenish the energy for your afternoon session on the slopes. Obertauern featured in the Beatles film ‘Help’, which shows as the musical and party heritage continues with a lively apres ski scene which starts around lunchtime. The price of the accommodation in the valley ensures that the slopes are never crowded – especially during the Easter holiday or in early December.

Rich and Varied Skiing

Obertauern is an ideal resort for school groups and a short coach trip from your hotel (approx. 25 minutes) will take you to 100km of varied snow sure skiing. The 26 lifts are carefully positioned all around the resort to form a unique ski arena – the red Tauern round runs clockwise and the green Tauern round runs anticlockwise. The cleverly arranged system plus the majority of slopes being blue runs (61km) and red runs (35km) offers the possibility to ski the entire valley from a single lift and return to the same starting point – spacious ski bridges have been erected for crossing the road! This means plenty of piste for improving skiers to gain confidence and a perfect location for a school group.

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Take on the ‘Super Seven’ Challenge

More advanced skiers are not forgotten with an opportunity to take ON the Super Seven challenge, checking off the seven highest points in the Obertauern ski circuit. The Super Seven are all highlighted with the ‘S7’ markers and take in most of the 4km of black runs in the resort. There is also, subject to conditions, some fabulous off piste skiing available.
Peaceful, traditional valley, full of typical Austrian character
The Lungau area is a peaceful, traditional valley, full of typical Austrian character and easily accessible by motorway from Salzburg. Situated in the Tauern mountain range, this area has the excellent advantage of catching snowfall from the north and from the south.
The Lungau ski region extends around the charming villages of St Michael, Mauterndorf, Mariapfarr and the main town of Tamsweg, which is the coldest town in Austria. The entire valley is relatively unaffected by the regular warm winds found in the Tyrol and other areas, providing an excellent snow record throughout the season.
  • Easter Skiing
  • Quiet
  • Resort Height: 1066m
  • No. of Lifts: 35
  • No. of Trails: 53
  • Easy Runs: 37km
  • Medium Runs: 40km
  • Difficult Runs: 15km
  • Skiable Area: 147km
  • Longest Run: 10km
  • Snow Making: 100% coverage
  • Lift Pass: Oberlungau
  • Swimming
  • Bowling
  • Disco
  • Curling
  • Ice-Skating
  • Pizza Night