Parts of Austria enjoy plenty of fresh snow! Especially Lower Austria and the Mariazellerland were blessed in the last days with up to 60 cm of long awaited white splendour.
Skiing with the family is an experience! Many JUFA Hotels are located right by or in the immediate vicinity of less crowded and more economical ski resorts. Whether skiing at top destinations or in one of the many other family-friendly ski resorts in Austria, Liechtenstein and Germany – you will find the right choice here for everyone! Skiing with the whole family does not have to be expensive because
Many “JUFA Ski Resorts” are regularly selected among Austria’s most economical ski resorts. Especially families with children can expect a top price-performance ratio at many JUFA Ski Resort Hotels.
Austria’s most economical ski resorts (directly at/or near a JUFA Hotel)
- Ski resort Hochrindl (JUFA Hotel Nockberge – Almerlebnis)
- Ski resort Loser-Sandling (JUFA Hotel Altaussee, JUFA Hotel Bad Aussee, JUFA Hotel Grundlsee)
- Ski resort Veitsch-Brunnalm (JUFA Hotel Veitsch)
- Ski resort Mariazeller Bürgeralpe (JUFA Hotel Mariazell – Sigmundsberg, JUFA Mariazell – Erlaufsee Sport Resort)
- Ski resort Planneralm (JUFA Hotel Planneralm – Alpin-Resort)
- Ski resort Wurzeralm & Hinterstoder (JUFA Hotel Pyhrn-Priel)
- Ski resort Annaberg (JUFA Hotel Annaberg – Bergerlebnis-Resort)
Top ski resorts in detail
The Styrian skiing paradise
From Schladming-Dachstein, across the Planai and up to the Amadé Sports World: Winter holidaymakers at the JUFA Hotel Schladming*** enjoy many options.
With its almost 3,000 metres, the Dachstein is the highest mountain in Styria and the region is an absolute paradise for skiers. A playground with 230 kilometres of sloes for skiers, mountaineers, cross-country skiers, snowboarders and free-riders. Hungry winter sports athletes are provided with various delicacies from the 85 ski huts situated around the slopes of the Schladminger 4-Berge-Skischaukel, which were tested during the World Cup and World Championship.
Klopeiner See - South Carinthia
Weissensee - Gitschtal
Nockberge - Turracher Höhe
Between fast slopes and deep snow slopes
Metres-thick natural snow on the 2,900-meter-high Hausberg mountain of Kaprun. The Kitzsteinhorn in the Province of Salzburg invites visitors with its 20 cable cars and lifts to practise winter sports in the airy heights, free-riding on deep-snow slopes, extensive slopes and sippping warm jägertee (hunter´s tea) in one of the numerous huts or restaurants.
From the JUFA Hotel Kaprun, it´s a short trip to the Schmitten ski area, with panoramic views over an incredible range of 30 three thousand metre-high mountains and 77 kilometres of slopes.
Snow-filled Adventure in the World of Glaciers
In Tyrol, skiers slalom down into the valley until the last bit of snow has melted in late spring. During winter holidays, the JUFA Hotel Wipptal is the perfect starting point for action on the Bergeralm or the Stubai Glacier.
With 28 km of slopes and having been awarded Tyrol’s slope seal of approval and at an altitude of 1,000 to 2,200 metres, the Bergeralm is very popular for winter sports. Additionally, nighttime skiing occurs several times a week, as well as cross-country skiing the entire Gschnitztal and the famous Wipptal panorama. The Stubai Glacier impresses visitors with its 62 kilometres of slopes, 26 cablecars and lifts.
Winter break in the beautiful principality
Hike in snow shoes under the full moon or surrender to the fascination of Husky on trekking tours. Speed on well-maintained slopes or jet down into the valley on skis. Enjoy the fresh air at an altitude of 1.600 metres or more, with a clear mind! The mountain village Malbun is the highest village in the principality.
Due to the wide range of winter sports activities, the JUFA Hotel Malbun – Alpin-Resort***s hosts winter tourists with a wide range of preferences. Three modern chair lifts and a drag lift make skiing a pleasure on 23 kilometres of ski slopes. For those who prefer a more moderate pace: The Valüna Valley is a cross country skiing paradise and alternative winter sports types are particularly popular in Liechtenstein.