So after the day skiing, perhaps go to the spa, eat at a gourmet bistro, or head down for some serious après ski in a stylish bar.
The 4-star-superior, grand, hotel, zELL, aM, sEE affords you Austrian congeniality, alpine coziness, a breeze of imperial luxury and romance, a tinge of nostalgia combined with responsive service at 4* superior level.
And with five snow parks and even a boarder cross course, this is also a brilliant area for snowboarders and freestyle skiers.Den Abschluss eines erstklassigen Abends bildet die Übernachtung in einem der nahegelegenen 4- oder 5-Stern Hotels.Being a small resort makes for a fun après ski scene, with thirsty skiers able to enjoy a few drinks in the quaint, traditional bars before the evening.Casino, hotels in ganz Österreich lassen keine Wünsche offen. .Hotel : Zuschlag 30,- pro Person.While the local slopes are not very extensive, you can take a free bus to Auffach to connect with the brilliant Ski Juwel area.As Austrias biggest skiing area, you will find something for you, whether you are brand new to skiing or if you are old hat.Grandspa, hoch oben im Wellnessflügel mit fantastischen Aussichten und dem familienfreundlichen.Sölden ski facts Nearest airport Ski season September to May (Glacial) Piste area 144 km Resort height 1350 m Lifts 33 Runs Total 40 Beginner 19 Intermediate 12 Advanced 9 Söll Whilst it might not be the highest resort in Austria, Söll is surely one.The Obergurgl-Hochgurgl arena is superb, with lots of beginner slopes rising up to 3000 metres, a great snow park for snowboarders and advanced skiers, and 100 kilometres of fairly quiet mountain.Niederau ski facts Nearest airport Ski season Late December to mid March Piste area 145 km Resort height 828 m Lifts 47 Runs Total 69 Beginner 24 Intermediate 34 Advanced 11 Find ski holidays Obergurgl The bigger of the Obergurgl-Hochgurgl resorts, Obergurgl is the highest.This picturesque village is in the Tyrol region, famous for its charming villages, onion-domed churches and snow-sure petit sac a dos trolley maternelle conditions.
You will find the steepest piste run in Austria in the Harikiri (meaning an honourable suicide in Japanese) black run, which at 78 gradient is not for the fainthearted.
This, alongside breathtaking scenery, quaint alpine villages and beautiful natural spas make for the ideal ski location.