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Skiing in Schladming

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Slopes
54 Km
269 Km
210 Km
0 Km
533 Km
Total
Lifts
36
70
70
Height
2686m
745m
Glacier
0
Cross-country
439Km
Fun park
8

General information

The former mining town of Schladming in Austria is steeped in history and dates all the way back to the middle ages. A ski holiday in Schladming offers skiers the opportunity to not only enjoy the slopes but also learn about all of the stories that have occurred within the walls of the old towns. Despite its history, the ski resort is modern and skiing in Schladming is taken very seriously; with the FIS Alpine Ski World Championships once even taking place on these very slopes.

A Schladming ski holiday takes place in the Ennstal valley at the foot of the Plaani, surrounded by lush green forest slopes and 8 other mountains of the Schladming-Dachstein ski region. With so much to entertain you, you can never get bored in this car-free village with beautiful views, a hot air balloon ride, and many hiking trails with fantastic spots to watch the sunset. 

Skiing in Schladming offers more than just the slopes, there is a gym with indoor tennis and squash courts, a public pool and, not to forget, a popular shopping area if sports isn’t your thing. There are over 30 restaurants in the centre and plenty of bars to fulfil your après-skis needs, including one of the biggest après-ski bars in Europe, Hohenhaus Tenne.

Skiing in Schladming

Schladming is part of the bigger ski area of Schladming-Dachstein, which is part of the ski region Ski Amadé in Austria. The ski area of Schladmning-Dachstein boasts approximately 232km of pistes for both the beginner and the advanced skiers making Schladming ski holidays ideal for everyone.  The highest point in this area is 2700m and, for those who want to try cross-country skiing, there is also 230km of tracks to be explored.

Sunweb offers a ski packages to suit every budget and requirement, from cheap and cheerful weekend getaways to all-inclusive ski packages so you don't have to step foot in the kitchen.

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