Austria has long been a synonym for ski holidays. All the cutting-edge technologies in ski resort business, such as track snowmaking and construction of ski lifts, are perfectly developed in Austria. But in the first place this country is a region with rich selection of ski slopes, hundreds of small cozy resorts perched at the foot of the majestic Alps.
Winter holidays in Austria: many options
Ski Austria wins due to the wide range of offers. Even such well-known centers of ski holidays as France or Switzerland are still inferior to Austria in covering all target tourist groups. Ski holidays for children, students, pensioners, ski resorts for the nouveaux riches and the "average European", hotels with daily après-ski program, different snow parks, ski circuses, glaciers, stadiums, ice rinks, natural tours in the reserves – and this not a complete list of winter travel services, which can be found in Austria.
Ski Austrian provinces
Ski Austria includes 800 regions for winter holidays. The most famous and largest of them is, of course, Tyrol. Here are located such well-known throughout the world centers of ski holidays like Ischgl, Sölden and Kitzbühel.
The second most popular ski resort province in Austria is Salzburg. The birthplace of Mozart has dozens of ski resorts. The largest and most diverse of them si considered to be Ski Amade. Ski Amade includes 28 resorts, among which are such names as Schladming and Planai. The total length of Ski Amade tracks is more than 800 kilometers.
The third region is Vorarlberg. Here the main resort is Lech. Lech is the recognized world center of winter sports, which regularly hosts world-class competitions. Lech is a part of the Arlberg ski region, which also includes another award-winning resort of St. Anton and several small ski villages.
Styria and Carinthia - the possibilities of these lands are more modest than mentioned above regions. However, for those who prefer quiet measured ski vacations in Austria, both Styria and Carinthia will be able to offer something interesting. In Styria to date there are over 60 ski resorts. Styria is well-known for the Dachstein ski glacier with one of the longest ski seasons in Europe. Carinthia is more known as a region of summer holidays in Austria, but here you can find dozens of ski resorts: Mallnitz, Bad Kleinkirchheim and others.
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