1. Ski Arlberg ski area Km of slopes: 305 km Max. Height: 2,811 m The Arlberg is considered the cradle of alpine winter sports in Austria and is one of the most popular ski areas in Austria. For several years now, it has offered the largest contiguous ski area in Austria with 305 kilometers of slopes. The Arlberg is known and popular above all because of its varied slopes, which range from blue to untracked and thus also offer real challenges for freeriders and deep snow skiers. Of course there are also fun parks. Anyone looking for a party is in the right place in St. Anton, because après-ski is part of skiing here like the snow itself and is duly celebrated after the descent. A total of four lifts (Flexenbahn, Trittkopfbahn I + II and Albonabahn II) connect the once separate ski areas of St. Anton / St. Christoph / Stuben and Lech–Zürs / Warth-Schröcken together.
Kitzbühel ski area Km of slopes: 230 km Max. Altitude: 2,000 m In the heart of the Kitzbuheler Alps lies the famous Kitzbuhel , popular celebrity ski resort and venue of the legendary Hahnenkamm race. On the Kitzbüheler Horn, Resterhöhe, Pengelstein and Hahnenkamm to the Ehrenbachhöhe and the Gaisberg, the well-groomed 230 kilometers of slopes extend, on the Hahnenkamm is the world-famous “Streif” descent. By the way: the connecting cable car in the valley, which runs from Kitzbühel to Westendorf, is appropriately called “Streifzug”. Access to the considerable Kitzbuhel Ski Area is in Jochberg, Aurach, Kitzbühel and Kirchberg.
Ski Circus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn ski area Km of slopes: 270 km Max. Altitude: 2,096 m The Ski Circus Saalbach, Hinterglemm and Leogang has now been connected to Fieberbrunn extending the area a few years . Thanks to the marriage of Glemmtal and Pillerseetal, the ski area grew to 270 km and thus became the largest ski area in the Salzburg region. Several attractive ski circuits run through the area, such as the 40 km long Ski Circus circuit, which leads past all important (viewing) stations. The entry points to the Ski Circus are in Saalbach and Hinterglemm, in Leogang and also in Fieberbrunn. Valley runs also lead back to all main locations.
SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental ski area Km of slopes: 284 km Max. Altitude: 1,829 m The Ski Welt Wilder Kaiser Brixental is the largest ski area in Tyrol and one of the largest connected ski areas in Austria with 284 kilometers of slopes. 90 lifts, several children’s areas for the youngsters, snow parks for freestylers, ski routes for deep snow fans and modern snowmaking are part of the popular ski area’s recipe for success. There are several access points along the two valleys, for example in Brixen im Thale and Westendorf. On the northern side of the mountain there are valley stations in Going, Ellmau, Scheffau, Söll and Itter. After skiing, some just want to go to bed, while others are still full of energy. For families, for example, there is one of the three night toboggan runs with lighting, while all party-goers will find all genres of music in one of the numerous huts.
Ziller Valley, the best one in Tyrol The Ziller valley represents a southern side valley of the Zillertal in the Austrian province of Tyrol and is connected to the Tuxer Alps by the Tuxer Joch. Well-known towns in the Ziller valley include Mayrhofen, Fügen, Zell am Ziller and Kaltenbach. The Ziller valley is an extremely popular region among tourists, with winter tourism being the clear focus of the tourism industry.