Ski holiday Austria
Skiing in Austria has always been a favourite. With hundreds of ski areas scattered across the country and a passion for the sport, Austria for many is the epitome of skiing. Expect great skiing, atmosphere, apres ski and hospitality.
We have a wide selection of accommodation from holidays for those on a tight budget, to exclusive apartments and hotels in St. Anton and Ischgl.
Snow-safe, modern and family friendly
The Austrians have in recent decades invested billions in ski areas, infrastructure and hotels and apartments. Whether it is new snow-making facilities, express chairlifts or modern kids lifts the Austria facilities are in a league of their own. If you are looking for a family friendly area, try Bad Gastein, Wagrain, Zell am Ziller, Saalbach or Mayrhofen.
Austria, champions in après-ski as well
Skiing in Austria often mean après-ski as well! In the afternoon, we recommend St. Anton, Ischgl and Sölden to enjoy an afternoon drink in the sun at the many terraces and bars. If you are looking for one of our most popular areas skiing, try Saalbach.
As one of Europe’s most famous ski destinations, Bad Gastein is located in Austria's largest national park with amazing views of the Grossglockner (Austria's highest mountain at 3798m). The area is renowned for its fantastic skiing, numerous shops, restaurants and bars, as well as lively après ski. ...Read more and see prices
This famous destination distinguishes itself by offering a fantastic ski area and a vibrant resort. There is charm, a wide range of international restaurants, and even escalators to get you home after a hard day of skiing!Read more and see prices
In recent times, Kaltenbach was considered a small ski resort with just 65 km of pistes, however that is no longer the case. Today Kaltenbach is positioned in the largest connected ski area in the Zillertal whcih boasts 171 km of slopes and modern lift systems. In excess of 145 km of slopes are ...Read more and see prices
As an extension to our program in Zell am See, this year we have also chosen to offer the charming ski resort Kaprun. Kaprun and Zell am See are part of the same ski area, "Europa Sport Region". Kaprun is perfectly situated at the foot of the Kitzsteinhorn Glacier and provides the ideal base for ...Read more and see prices
Kitzbuhel has to be one of Austria's most famous and renowned ski resorts. This is mainly due to Hahnenkamm, the men's slalom and downhill race in the Alpine World Cup, which annually fills the village to its limit.Read more and see prices
We are proud to present Mayrhofen. Located just 8 km from Zell in the Zillertal Valley, Mayrhofen is an ideal starting point for fantastic skiing. It is a great area with 110 km of slopes spread out on both sides of the valley. The Hintertux glacier can be reached by bus (15 min) and all the other ...Read more and see prices
If you're not familiar with Saalbach's reputation, it can be described in just two words: Aprés Ski! This charming ski area has time after time been chosen as the best and wildest place in Austria to celebrate a successful day of skiing. When the clock turns four in the afternoon, you should headto ...Read more and see prices
If you like Austria, but sometimes think that Jäger tee and Tyrolean hats can be a bit too much there is a really good alternative. St. Anton or 'Stanton' as some may know it, offers a somewhat more international atmosphere than most other Austrian destinations.Read more and see prices
When you book your holiday it is good to know that the destination has a snow guarantee. Sölden offers both glacier skiing and slopes which are mainly located above the 2000m.Read more and see prices
When taking your family skiing you often want to ensure the resort offers suitability and security for small children. Wagrain in Austria offers just this. The resort is child friendly, but also gives the more experienced skier 350km of slopes to enjoy. In Wagrain we offer a British nursery ski ...Read more and see prices
Zell am See
”Europe Sport Region” is the name of Zell am Sees 130 km large ski area, that should give both green and advanced skiers all the sport they need. The area has focused on supplying the typical family with tempered black runs, and understanding beginner slopes, and they fulfill the task with style.Read more and see prices
Zell Am Ziller
Zell am Ziller is best known for its charm and character. The town is larger than others, with the Austrian cheerfulness characterising the way of life here. The river Zeller winds through the beautiful valley which encompasses the scenic and breathtaking surroundings. Prices are noticeably lower ...Read more and see prices