Snow covered mountains, Apreś Ski after a day on the slopes and Austrian “Gemuetlichkeit” will give your stay in Austria the magic touch no other destination can duplicate.
Austria ski resorts are known for their friendly atmosphere, high standards of accommodation and lively apreś-ski.
Skiing holidays in Austria offer traditional villages, picturesque scenery and some of the best slopes in Europe.
Austria skiing has gentle, tree-lined village runs,
spectacular high-alpine ski routes
and something for all kinds of skier.
Come and relax - you’ll be surprised how fun, recreational a winter vacation in Austria is.
Enjoy more of Austria’s winter beauty
Ski racing plays an important part in Austria’s resorts and ski industry. The Worldcup season just started last weekend in Soelden (Tyrol) with fantastic weather, great snow and spectacular races.
Did I forget to mention that Austria has the best Apreś Ski in the world? That’s another reason why people come to Austria.
From relaxed and layer back partying to sophisticated you can find anything your up to
Ischgl (Tyrol) is reknown for being THE party town as well as its first class skiing and snowboarding.
To celebrate the start and end to every season, Ischgl puts on one of the best parties in the Alps with huge open air concerts (Top of the Mountains Concert) at the Idalp (2300m/ 7546ft). These gigs host international high class acts and attract tens of thousands of visitors every year. Bob Dylan, Tina Turner, Elton John, The Corrs, Pussycat Dolls, Rod Stewart, Jon Bon Jovi, Sugababes, Enrique Iglesias, Pink, Anastacia, Beyoncé, Mel C, Rihanna, Leona Lewis, Kylie Minogue, Katy Perry and Alica Keys are among the stars who have performed at these concerts.
Is skiing not your cup of tea? You like a slower kind of action and still enjoy the gorgeous scenery? Why not try cross country skiing?
It is you who determine the pace, from ‘walking’ to
... racing, it’s totally up to you
I would be able to go on and on and on about the beauty of the country, the almost never ending possibilities our visitors have and also about the successful Austrian companies
that boost our economy.
Writing this post I got so excited and would love to jump into my ski boots now and hit the slopes. How about you?
Can you see now why we love Austria regardless where in the world we currently live and work?
I hope to see you tomorrow for the final Austrian National Day post.