Our hotel is an ideal base from which to explore the top ski areas of the Schladming-Dachstein region, as well as Schneebärenland incl. Tauplitz, Planneralm and Riesneralm!
Nothing more stands in the way of pure skiing enjoyment! The Schladming-Dachstein region and Ski amadé offer winter sports fans 860 kilometers of slopes, all on a single lift pass!
On the ski bus or directly with your own car, you are only about 15 km from the Hauser Kaibling, your gateway to the 4-Mountain Ski Area of Schladming. All other ski areas in this region can be reached by car in around 10 to 25 minutes.
Ski panorama of the 4-mountain ski area: Hauser Kaibling-Planai-Hochwurzen-Reiteralm
The 4 biggest ski mountains in Styria are interconnected with the help of 45 cable cars and 115 kilometers of pistes.
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Discover our insider tips away from the busier slopes, yet still very close to Ski amadé:
Also located nearby is the Galsterberg with the Galsterbergalm ski area - a pleasant, family-friendly ski area with modern cable lifts and 19 kilometers of pistes (5 km of which are floodlit after dark), ski school as well as a 7 km-long sled run, also open in the evening (Tue, Thu, Sat).
The big attraction for kids - "The Gallic Ski Village":
an exciting world for children on the Galsterbergalm
Gröbming's popular local mountain is the Stoderzinken and is also located nearby, offering breathtaking panoramas and incomparable pistes covered in natural snow.
(8 km of pistes - 4 lifts)
In addition, just around 30 minutes away are the ski mountains of Schneebärenland: Tauplitz-, Planner- und Riesneralm as well as Kaiserau and Loser.
Skiing has positive effects on body and mind!
(proven in a scientific study conducted by the University of Salzburg)
When you ski, you are often working out at an intensity level which the World Health Organization (WHO) has determined is particularly healthy for the body. When you ski, the intensity is about the same as you attain while running, though you are not as keenly aware of this because of the natural setting and nature of the exercise itself. During an average day of skiing, you are actually involved for 30-50 % of the time in endurance training. Through regular skiing over an extended period of time, you enormously strengthen your muscles, while also hugely improving your balance and coordination. Skiing has also been shown to be good for the psyche: your mood, spirits, openness to contact and self-confidence all increase significantly over the course of a day of skiing. Simultaneously, restlessness, irritation and depression tend to disappear.