RESORT DESCRIPTION FOR Schladming (4-Berge-Skischauke)
The ski resort Schladming – Planai/Hochwurzen/Hauser Kaibling/Reiteralm (4-Berge-Skischaukel) is located in Schladming-Dachstein (Austria, Styria (Steiermark), Liezen). For skiing and snowboarding, there are 122.7 km of slopes available. 44 lifts transport the guests. The winter sports area is situated between the elevations of 745 and 2,015 m.
Surrounding the village of Schladming in the Ennstal, a 4-mountain ski area combines the ski mountains of Planai, Hochwurzen, Hauser Kaibling and Reiteralm. With the FIS Alpine Ski World Cup in 2013, Schladming came into focus as a World Cup mountain among the international sports community. The winter sports resort offers slopes for skiing and snowboarding on 4 different mountains, modern ski lifts, culinary highlights at the ski huts as well as offers for children and families, athletic skiers and enjoyment skiers. There is also a breath-taking panorama view from the highest point in the ski resort at 2015 m on the Hauser Kaibling with a view of the entire Styrian Ennstal.
Europe, Austria, Styria (Steiermark)
0043 3687 22042 150
Season: depending on snow conditions – April
Ski pass price: 52 €
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| MOUANTAIN LOW
| T-BAR LIFT ETC.
| CHAIRLIFT ETC.
| GONDOLA ETC.
| NIGHT SKIING
| SNOW CANNONS
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Snow history for Schladming (4-Berge-Skischauke)
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For the last 5 years, week 10 has been the most insecure with 106,7 cm snow depth on average in Schladming (4-Berge-Skischauke).
The measurement is made as an average of the snow depth at the highest and lowest point of the mountain.
Best tips for Schladming (4-Berge-Skischauke)
One slope may be rather like another here, but with its four linked mountains Schladming offers the keen intermediate a real sense of travelling around on the snow. And its solid valley-town ambience makes it a pleasant change from the Austrian rustic-village norm. The old town of Schladming sits at the foot of Planai, one of four linked ski mountains. It has a long skiing tradition: the town has hosted many World Cup races and in 2013 hosted the World Championships, triggering lots of new construction. At the foot of the next mountain to the west, Hochwurzen, is Rohrmoos – a quiet, scattered satellite village set on an elevated slope that forms a giant nursery area. To the east is the small, attractively rustic village of Haus, at the foot of the highest of the four mountains, Hauser Kaibling. Timetabled ‘efficient’ free ski-buses link the villages and lift bases. A night-bus runs until late (not cheap). The multi-day lift pass also covers many other resorts in the region, easily reached by car, possibly by bus. There are direct trains from Salzburg, so Schladming makes an excellent short break destination.
- Ideal for intermediate cruising
- Very sheltered slopes, among trees
- Lots of good mountain restaurants
- Appealing town with friendly people
- Slopes lack variety
- Very little to entertain experts
- Nursery slopes not central
Source: Ski Club of Great Britain
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