Ski Vacation In Wildschönau In Austria

Starting in winter 2012/2013, the Wildschönau ski area will be an absolute must for every ski and snowboard enthusiast. The ski area will be expanded through a fusion with the Alpbachtal ski area. A modern 8-seater gondola makes it possible and it takes the vacationers up the Schatzberg, from where they can ski down to the Pechalm on a brand-new downhill.
A true highlight for skiers in Tyrol! 47 lift systems take you up to 145 kilometers of perfectly groomed ski runs. Chamonix holidays The Wildschönau ski area is especially ideal for beginners because it has ski lifts in the valley. 77 kilometers of red and 18 kilometers of black pistes are a great experience for skiers at all levels of proficiency. Families appreciate their children’s excitement when they are skiing and tobogganing in Wildschönau, especially since children under the age of 15 get ski pass for free. The snowboard park for families on the Schatzberg is also worth a visit with its halfpipe of 130 meters of length and plenty of powder snow slopes. Cross-country skiers love the network of cross-country runs with a length of 50 kilometers that takes them through the winter wonderland of the Wildschönau. Active vacationers as well as those who just want to enjoy winter are invited to join après-ski events in the numerous local taverns. You can even pick out your ski equipment from home and then pick it up from the top-quality ski rental. It is easy and convenient with the free Skirentalresorts network which connects you with your ski rental and makes it possible for you to rent your equipment online. Experience winter at its best in Wildschönau!

Skirentals Tiroler Zugspitz Arena

The Zugspitz Arena in Tyrol is one of the most popular winter sports resorts in Austria. It offers skiers, snowboarders, cross-country skiers and connoisseurs an almost perfect holiday with snow-reliability and vast ski runs in a high-alpine area with a total length of 147 kilometers. The name of the ski area comes from the world-famous Zugspitze, Germany’s highest mountain (2,962), which is partly located in Austria and accessible by the Zugspitzbahn, a panorama car, from Ehrwald in Tyrol. The renowned little villages of Lermoos, Bergwang, Bichlbach and Biberwier, which all have their own ski fun to offer, are part of the Zugspitz ski area. This sunny area offers beautiful and unique landscapes with a view that stretches to the Alpine main chain and further.

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