Austria’s Holiday Deals - Winter 2013
Get the insider tips about Winter in Austria SKI & FUN SKICIRCUS Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang // SKIING LIKE THE CHAMPIONS Schladming Dachstein and Ski amadé // SKI & WELLBEING Zell am See-Kaprun // SKI & FREEDOM Lech Zürs in Vorarlberg // SKI & CULINARY DELIGHTS Zillertal // SKI & TRADITION Alpbachtal-Wildschönau // SKI & FAMILY Carinthia // HIDDEN TREASURE Brandnertal in Vorarlberg // THE HEART OF THE NATIONAL PARK Rauris // SPECIAL RECOMMENDATION Gartenhotel Theresia in Saalbach Hinterglemm
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Roll up, roll up for all the fun of the circus! Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang will keep you on your toes by day and by night
ike the best of circuses, the
snowmaking on 90% of the slopes.
Thursdays and Saturdays. And there’s
Hinterglemm Leogang promises
year of the new Bernkogelbahn eight-
Reiterkogel every evening apart from
celebrated skiing circus of Saalbach
unlimited fun – and, it goes without
saying – unlimited skiing. There are no
fewer than 17 cable cars, 18 chairlifts and 20 button lifts. Cool snowboarder? Tiny tot? Trick-loving freerider? Big carving turns specialist? The circus is for you!
Seemingly endless slopes, (125 miles all
After the installation in Saalbach last
person gondola, and the Reiterkogel-Ost six-seater with pull-down bubbles and
heated seats to keep the cold weather out, comes the new six-seater Wetterkreuz
chairlift, which also comes with heated seats and bubble protection.
There’s a ‘SkiMovie’ race slope at the
told, groomed by 56 snowcats) plus Snow
Unterschwarzachbahn in Hinterglemm
the experience. On the exhilarating menu
entering your ski pass number online)
and FunParks are just the beginning of
there’s a Boarder and Skicross Park at the Bernkogelbahn, ﬂoodlit slopes, race and speed slopes, toboggan runs, a zip wire
(at more than 80 mph, the Flying Fox XXL in Leogang - www.ﬂying-fox-xxl.com - is
(see yourself racing down the slope by
and another race slope reached from the
Almbahn quad chair in Leogang. The Speed Slopes are at the U-Bahn in Hinterglemm and at the Asitzgipfelbahn in Leogang.
And just look at the choices for park
an illuminated toboggan run at the
Sundays. (You can only use in-house
sledges which cost 6.50A with a 30A deposit, but the cost of the actual
descent is included in your lift pass.)
Leo’s Kufengaudi Night Toboggan run is available every Tuesday and
Friday from 6
-10:30 pm, and
the toboggan run at the Almbahn is open every
Ski and Fun for all ages – the ski-lion package Seven nights in a B&B; six-day ski pass for the Skicircus from 403A Children under six are free
Further information about the Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang:
miles of tracks
1 - 4 pm.
one of the fastest steel cable slides in the
lovers! There’s the Nitro Snowpark at
slopes with 30 hot spots. No more data
Snow Playground at the Hochalm six-
are more than six
from the tennis
SAALBACH HINTERGLEMM Glemmtaler Landesstr. 550 5753 Saalbach Hinterglemm T +43 /(0)6541/680068 firstname.lastname@example.org www.saalbach.com
world). And – new last year – WLAN on the roaming costs!
So feast your eyes – and your skis and
boards – on pistes that stretch as far as the eye can see: from gentle slopes to
wide carving runs or the black World Cup descent. From expertly shaped funparks to fresh, deep snow and mogul ﬁelds.
And the circus doesn’t end there. The
resorts are famous for their pulsating
the Asitzmuldenbahn in Leogang, the seat chair in Hinterglemm, the ‘Learn to Ride Park’ at the Bernkogelbahn in
Saalbach and the ﬂoodlit Nightpark at the Unterschwarzachbahn in Hinterglemm. Talking of ﬂoodlit slopes the U-Bahn
Snowpark, with tubing slopes, is ﬂoodlit daily except Sundays till 9.30pm, as is
the Schanteilift in Leogang on Mondays,
hall to the head
of the valley, and a cross-country
(skating) track at the Reiterkogel.
après-ski - for all ages. As the sun goes
down, the action still continues, and just
as you’ll never run out of slopes, you’ll ﬁnd
never-ending night-life options, whether in the mountain huts, or countless pubs and bars, many with live music.
To continue its much deserved
reputation as forerunners in developing high-quality slopes, the Skicircus has again invested in more snowmaking
(including a big new reservoir to help serve the 487 snowguns) and more
piste construction and lay-out. There’s
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‘Feel good’ moments for body and soul
From ﬁrst class ‘wellness hotels’ to snowshoe walking
SAALFELDEN LEOGANG Mittergasse 21a 5760 Saalfelden T +43/(0)6582/70660-15 email@example.com www.saalfelden-leogang.at
through snow-covered forests to a romantic sleigh ride – all
are on offer to guests. Or you could sunbathe on the terraces of the cosy mountain huts with breathtaking views across a chain of peaks more than 2,000 metres high - moments to treasure. The Skicircus also has over 40 ski huts where you
can sample culinary delights and regional dishes in a cordial environment.
In 2013 this Ski amadé region stages the FIS Alpine Ski World Championships
miles of slopes, 98 modern lifts and 85 traditional
amadé, the biggest
experience the boundless joys of skiing and
lies at the heart of Ski
skiing complex in Austria. And it isn’t just big - it also offers
more value for money. Just one ticket is your key to 270 lifts
and 540 miles of slopes for all
levels of skier and boarder. Add
highly reliable snow conditions (99% of the slopes have snowmaking) a comprehensive network of ski rental centres, and ski schools, plus Styrian
hospitality, and it’s no wonder that pulses begin racing at the prospect of skiing here.
Schladming’s 4-mountains ski area brings
together the slopes of the Hauser Kaibling–Planai– Hochwurzen and Reiteralm, plus a selection of
smaller ‘family’ mountains for those who enjoy
ski chalets and après-ski pubs enable you to
boarding. There’s even year-round skiing on the
Dachstein glacier. All this combines to make the
Schladming-Dachstein region one of the top ﬁve
ski areas in Austria. Although Schladming will host the FIS Alpine Ski World Championships during
the ‘Ski Festival with Heart’ from February 4 – 17, 85% of the slopes within the 4-Mountains ski
area will remain constantly open to visitors – and the family ski areas of Riesneralm, Planneralm,
Galsterberg and Stoderzinken, will be fully open without any restrictions. Guests will be happy
Suggested package: Ski 4 you (bookable from the start of the season until December 21, 2012, January 5 until January 25, 2013, and from March 30, 2013 until season’s end). Prices: from 325 A * includes: • Four nights • Four-day ski pass for “Ski amadé” • 4 you: 1x moonlight sledding** • One Schladming-Dachstein hipﬂask *Price per person based on double occupancy at a B&B, breakfast included ** inc. sledge + one adult lift ride up the mountain
Contact: Schladming-Dachstein holiday resort Tel. +43 (0) 3687-23310 firstname.lastname@example.org www.schladming-dachstein.at www.skiamade.com
to discover that there’s been major investment throughout the ski areas, particularly in hotels and restaurants.
a more laid-back skiing experience. A total of 145
Zell am See-Kaprun
Great skiing – and so much more!
resh air. Sunshine. Wellbeing spa hotels. Superb scenery. And a wealth of other
snowsports apart from downhill skiing. That’s
the secret of the Zell am See-Kaprun region. The
slopes at Schmittenhöhe and Maiskogel and the
runs on the soaring Kitzsteinhorn (10,508ft) add up
to 86 miles of superb skiing and boarding. There are three snow parks, Austria’s biggest superpipe, and plenty of bumps for skiers with strong knees, plus
XXL workshops for freestylers.
The runs at Maiskogel are ideal for families, while 26 elegant new Porsche-
designed gondolas take more experienced skiers and snowboarders to the
Schmittenhöhe area at 6,580 ft. Freeskiers and snowboarders will be very much
at home in Rome Park, with its array of jumps, rails, boxes and kickers. And the ‘ski movie’ trail at the Hochmais cable car enables them to watch their own descent later by downloading footage at two local terminals.
Cross-country enthusiasts can use 25 miles of tracks stretching from the
Suggested package: Ski and Wellbeing at the fourstar Superior Hotel Tirolerhof • Breakfast buffet and après-ski snack • Four-course dinner with choice of menu or buffet alternative • Wireless Internet access in each room and throughout the hotel • Use of the wellness area
Prices: From 135 A per person per night
Hotel Tirolerhof: Tel +43 6542 772 email@example.com, www.tirolerhof.co.at The Hotel Tirolerhof is a family-run traditional hotel in the centre of Zell am See in a quiet side street, only a few metres from Lake Zell. The slopes are a ﬁve-minute walk - or you can use the hotel’s complimentary shuttle service. The Aquarena pool area, the Elements Spa and different saunas are waiting for you to relish. Contact: Zell am See-Kaprun Tourismus Tel. +43 (0) 6542 770-0, firstname.lastname@example.org www.zellamsee-kaprun.com
‘glacier trail’ at the Kitzsteinhorn and the high trail loop on the Schmittenhöhe, plus the seven-mile-long circuit along the frozen lake.
Nordic walkers and snowshoe enthusiasts can use 25 miles of cleared pathways.
Why not immerse yourself in the luxury of one of Austria’s most sumptuous spas? The Tauern SPA is situated close to the Kitzsteinhorn cable cars, offering various indoor and outdoor pools, a spacious sauna area and blissful quiet zones.
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Lech Zürs am Arlberg
Guided tours in Vorarlberg’s Eldorado of deep powder!
was the 50th anniversary of
glistening powder, and that wonderful sense of
January 19). The route – almost
or centuries the Arlberg has been known as the ‘cradle of Alpine skiing’. It casts a
spell over skiers winter after winter. Today
you can live the freeriding dream in Vorarlberg’s
Lech Zürs am Arlberg - with endless runs in deep, freedom skiers and snowboarders relish.
In Lech Zürs am Arlberg, the vast skiing area,
with altitudes between 4,265 and 9,190ft, offers
guarantee snow until well into the spring, when the lifts open a little earlier. By then, many people long for warm sunshine and
blue skies – but still want to ski! You can enjoy spring skiing from 8.30 am at reduced low-season rates from April 6. From April 1 to
21, Lech Zürs am Arlberg hosts a variety of concerts during ‘classic alpine ski weeks’ to celebrate the end of the season. One ski pass – ﬁve locations!
Ski Arlberg offers you uniquely enjoyable skiing with 79 lifts,
175 miles of runs and more than 100 miles of high-alpine deep powder runs – with numerous rustic huts to take care of your creature comforts, as well as a free local ski bus. The ‘White Ring’
This legendary circuit between Lech, Zürs, Zug and Oberlech is
celebrating more than half a century of skiing. The original lifts still form the centrepiece of the magniﬁcent skiing area.
The winter of 2005-2006
the ﬁrst ‘White Ring Race’ - the longest ski race in the world (held this coming winter on
14 miles - starts at the Rüﬁkopf, and runs round Lech Zürs am Arlberg, with the legendary
Madloch downhill run as the
climax. The ski schools at Lech, outstanding combination, with more than 500 highly qualiﬁed snowsports instructors, ski
instructors and guides, you
will have an expert at your side
who will look after the progress,
wellbeing and safety of their guests on and off the prepared
pistes. On December 7, Zürs will host a two-day snow and safety
conference. By way of contrast, on December 8, Lech will present
the ‘cineastic gondolas‘ festival of music and sound, designed to be enjoyed while sitting in the gondolas.
Six ski areas with just one magical formula: Delightful skiing - and culinary delights!
wonderful food either. The Zillertal resorts boast
special. Surrounded by the
combination of delightful skiing and ﬁne cuisine
that makes a winter
holiday in Zillertal so very
breathtaking panorama of
You’ll have no problem burning off all that
420 miles of skiing between them, with altitudes ranging from 1800 – 10,663ft.
• Snow is guaranteed 365 days a year on the
Zillertal SuperSkipass Opens the doors to all six ski areas Accesses 174 lifts, inc. 33 gondolas Explore 420 miles of pistes Free use of local ski buses and the Zillertalbahn train Available online Valid 2 – 21 days between Dec and April
Flight Connections: It’s easy to get to Zillertal from the UK. Innsbruck Airport is only a 30 minute drive from the slopes, served by British Airways, easyJet from London Gatwick and Monarch Airlines from Manchester.
• Two-thirds of the runs have snow-making
Suggested package: Seven nights' half-board in a four-star hotel including four-course gourmet dinner and six-day ski pass
products provide zest for life in the Zillertal
Indulge in Zillertal
Contact Details: Zillertal Tourist Board Tel. +43 (0)5288 87187 email@example.com, www.zillertal.at
a great deal of passion, both on the mountain
magniﬁcent peaks. Spoil body and soul at one
Zillertal and the Tux Alps,
gourmets can enjoy the sunny terraces of the Zillertal chalets right next to the slopes.
Culinary delights made from regional, natural
mountains. Delicious dishes are conjured up with and in the valley. When dining in Zillertal, you’ll
ﬁnd traditional specialities on the menu, as well as lighter, modern creations. Head directly from
the slopes to a gourmet restaurant or into a rustic chalet - every taste is catered for here.
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Contact: Lech Zürs Tourismus Tel: +43 (5583) 2161-0 firstname.lastname@example.org www.lech-zuers.at www.vorarlberg.travel
Oberlech and Zürs make an
t is the one-of-a-kind
Suggested package: April 6 – 21, 2013 ”Drift off to Lech and experience the Hotel Kristiania“ Four nights in a deluxe double room Welcome champagne and chocolates Daily à la carte breakfast and gourmet dinner, one fondue party Around-town shuttle service + Three-day ski pass + Ski guiding included Prices: from 960A per person email@example.com
Hintertux Glacier, Austria’s only year-round ski area
Recharge your batteries on the slopes amidst
Prices: from 699A per person
of Zillertal’s gourmet huts with award-winning
menus and scenery. Top tip: The Wedelhütte - the highest ﬁve-star hotel in the Alps – will enchant you with its traditional yet elegant chalet
atmosphere. A truly unique gourmet haven that combines exclusive fare with local produce.
Alpbachtal & Wildschönau
Old favourites newly linked combine traditional villages in the Alpbachtal and Wildschönau
families, and offers the best night skiing in the
children under 15 can ski for free with just one
are embarking on
a glittering future
together! The new combination lift
system, named the
‘Ski Juwel Alpbachtal – Wildschönau’ will become one of Tyrol’s Top 10 ski areas, with more than 90 miles of ski runs served by 47 lifts.
Skiers and boarders of all levels will ﬁnd
plenty to keep them busy. The wide-open sunny
region. Family-friendly offers in March mean
paying parent. Alpbach and Wildschönau have special offers for people who want to take up skiing again after missing several winters. The Wildschönau valley
Explore the breathtakingly beautiful surroundings around the four Wildschönau villages of Niederau,
Oberau, Auffach and Thierbach on skis, snow shoes or on foot. The bus, guided walks and museums are all free with the Wildschönau Card.
pistes at the top of the Schatzberg are ideal for
The Alpbach valley
Niederau just right for children and beginners,
authentic old ski village of Alpbach is celebrated
intermediates, the nursery slopes in Oberau and while the thrilling runs from the Wiedersberghorn in Alpbach provide adventure skiing and boarding for experts. The Reither Kogel area is ideal for
inclusive services and extras.
holiday,with reliable snow and wide, gentle slopes,
location in the
in Carinthia and East Tyrol can be enjoyed with
by the sun and
enjoys a mild winter climate - yet still
beneﬁts from plenty
of snow. Arrive and feel good! Nowhere else is this promise honoured as much as in Carinthia. With
more than 625 miles of slopes in the 31 Carinthian and East Tyrolean ski regions, there’s every kind of
slope imaginable – with many comfortable family descents, gentle slopes and very little hustle and
Carinthia is the obvious choice. All the ski regions just one ticket - the TopSkiPass accesses all slopes on the sunny southern side of the Alps. There are
also a large number of regional family offers and attractive packages. In Bad Kleinkirchheim, for
example, children under 12 can get carving on all
More info and booking conditions at: www.familien-euro.at
everyone is guaranteed to get the hang of things quickly, which is why there is a three-day ski
course with a money-back guarantee of success. Winter in Carinthia means enjoyment and
Römerbad thermal spa across the mountain
Ski and Family
When families feel like taking a winter
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Prices: Two adults and two children under 12 from 1319A (Jan 12 – March 8) And from 1129A (March 9 – April 1)
ski courses offered by the Carinthian ski schools,
with the ‘Family Euro’ weekly package. With the
winter here still has much more to offer than just more, he’d agree!
Package includes: Seven nights in three-star accommodation with half board in Bad Kleinkirchheim. Six-day ski pass in Bad Kleinkirchheim/St Oswald
From March 9 - April there’s 50 % off thermal spas.
relaxation, whether you opt for a snowshoe hike
clocking up mileage on the slopes. And what’s
Suggested package: Family Euro Package - A budget family holiday
the slopes for just one euro for each day’s skiing
bustle. The region may have produced the great downhill ace Franz ‘the Kaiser’ Klammer, but
Contact: Wildschönau Tourist Board T: +43 5339 8255 Alpbachtal Tourist Board T: +43 5337 21200 firstname.lastname@example.org www.skijuwel.com
The Alpbachtal Seenland Card offers numerous all-
hanks to its
Carinthia is spoiled
The resorts’ ofﬁcial opening will take place during a party weekend starting on Friday, December 14
as one of Austria’s most beautiful communities.
Learn to ski in the feel-good land of the 'Kaiser'!
Prices: Three-star hotel/guest house in a double room with shower/WC, TV, half board from 512 A per person
Just 40 minutes from Innsbruck airport, the
Suggested package: Grand opening of the ‘Winter pleasure in Alpbachtal and Wildschönau’. Available from Dec 7, 2012 – Apr 7, 2013 Seven nights in a three-star hotel with half-board accommodation. Six-day ‘Ski Juwel Alpbachtal Wildschönau’ ski pass, inc. ski bus Alpbachtal Seenland Card or Wildschönau Guest Bonus Card
Contact: Carinthia holiday information Tel. +43(0)463/3000 email@example.com www.carinthia.at
through the wintry forest or the views from the panorama. You can also switch off totally in the
new KärntenTherme spa in Warmbad-Villach. And Carinthia’s ﬁrst bathhouse, right on the shore of
Lake Millstätter, offers a truly sensory experience, whatever the season.
Austria’s fabulous ‘Snow Bowl’ could have been designed specially for skiers!
sidekick, and on December 15, Obertauern launches its ‘Bobby’s
seasons in the Alps.
snowboard at a reduced rate.
one of the longest
When Adriatic low-pressure systems advance from the
south, they make a bee-line for the Tauern Mountains
so early and so abundantly that snow cannon are hardly ever needed. So winter after winter, Obertauern – 56 miles south
of Salzburg - offers an exhilarating blend of great skiing and
snowboarding, live music, and endless opportunities to party.
The skiing area comprises more than 60 miles of ski-in, ski-out
slopes served by 26 lifts surrounding Obertauern village. There are special green (anticlockwise) and red (clockwise) Tauern
Round routes, with the chance of both night and early morning
Further highlights include the
Over 30s Party Week in January, featuring Austria’s celebrated
ski-dating event, and then the
Intersport Alpine Glow ‘Hottest Ski & Board Test in Europe’ at
the beginning of April. The ﬁnale – the 'Gamsleiten Criterion’
between April 18 and 21 - is the
largest winter treasure hunt in the Alps.
For more leisurely fun in the
skiing for those who can’t resist before-and-after-hours action.
snow, horse-drawn sleigh rides
has rails, boxes plus a wall ride and various snow obstacles.
in Tweng, the Hotel Schütz and at
The Longplay snowboarding fun park at the Kehrkopf chairlift
There are timed race runs and speed-measuring tracks, and
Florian Schmaldienst’s Snowkite School can introduce you to the ‘Hang On’ run. Tel +43-(0)-699-14612666
There’s plenty for sledging enthusiasts (including night
tobogganing) and two cross-country trails each more than six
miles long. And plenty of après ski too, within walking distance of
the hotels and the slopes, including various concerts and festivals. This year Obertauern is staging its traditional winter start in
two stages. An opening event takes place on November 24, when most of the lifts are already running, and you can ﬁnally relieve
that all-summer-long yearning for snow! The ofﬁcial opening will
are available at the Hotel Postgut Gnadenalm.
There’s a kindergarten for nonskiing children from the age of two upwards at the Hotel
Alpina: Tel: +43 (0)6456-7462 and Kinderland Obertauern is for children of 10 upwards: Tel: +43 (0)676-4185477
Reliable snow conditions and
be a week later, on December 1, with a live music curtain-raiser
such a packed winter programme
Obertauern. This year the big opening fanfare comes from The
example, a winter-opening price
that visitors and locals have come to expect over the years in
BossHoss, a German rock band which will mix country sounds
with Tijuana inﬂuences in what will be its highest performance
of the year – at around 5,710 feet! And those who don’t want the party to stop will be welcome at the big Ö3 Krampus Party on December 7. Entry is free!
Once again Obertauern is staging its Advent Magic from
December 13–23, proving that the ‘Salzburgerland hot-spot’ also
has a quiet, romantic and folksy side. The Christmas market will
feature its show about Krampus, St Nicholas’ mythical beast-like
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Snow Adventure’ special offer when children can learn to ski or
need not cost the earth! For
Suggested package: Powder Snow Weeks from January 12 to February 2, 2013 For those who want to go straight from the slope to a pit-stop at one of the innumerable huts and lodges for a little après-ski fun to set the mood for a hot party night. Bed & breakfast A stay of seven days including breakfast and a six-day ski pass starting from 472A* Three-star hotels with bed & breakfast only A stay of seven days including breakfast and a six-day ski pass starting from 552A * Three-star hotels A stay of seven days including halfboard and a six-day ski pass starting from 629A * Four-star hotels A stay of seven days including halfboard and a six-day ski pass starting from 738A * * Prices per person. The price examples above are limited to certain times and vary depending on availability. Services included depend on the type of accommodation. Vacation Condos A stay of seven days in an apartment for two people starts from 848A **
and lift pass is available from
** The price example above is limited to certain times and categories, allocation (adults/children), and availability. Services included may vary.
hotel a week’s stay (half board)
Catering and ski passes are not included.
for one week’s stay in a three-star Obertauern hotel with breakfast 619A per person. In a four-star plus lift pass costs 727A per person.
Contact Details: Tourismusverband Obertauern firstname.lastname@example.org Tel.: +43 (0)6456 / 7252 www.obertauern.com
Brandnertal in Vorarlberg A hidden family treasure
the Vorarlberg is
• Between March 23 and April 7, children under 14 ski
destination for families.
• Wherever they stay in the village, guests are within
excellent ski schools,
Facts and ﬁgures:
the ultimate ski
Apart from its two
children aged from three to ﬁve have their own
‘Kinderland’ learning area
in the middle of the pretty village of Brand. They share
their snowy playground with lots of fun characters, and their own little ski courses are laid out with colourful poles and arches.
• Children aged six and under ski free of charge, and
there are discounts for older children and teenagers up to 18 years old.
• There are even more discounts for families with more
than one child (‘bambini’ rates!)
free when accompanied by their parents.
easy walking distance of one of the cable car stations.
• 14 lifts include two new cable cars, a gondola, and six chairlifts.
• 34 miles of runs - 80% with snowmaking.
Suggested package: Ski Active Brandnertal Available from Dec 8 till April 7 Seven nights’ B&B Six-day ski pass Prices: From 328A
Contact: Brandnertal Tourism Tel: +43 (0) 5559 555 email@example.com www.brandnertal.at/uk Further information www.vorarlberg.travel/en
• Funpark ‘backyards’.
• Skiing from 3445 – 6560 feet. • Season: December 1 – April 7. Accommodation:
Brandnertal hotel choices include several affordable four-star hotels, and a wide choice of cheaper hotel
properties, as well as charming family-run pensions and numerous self-catering apartments.
Rauris: the ‘Golden Valley’ of the Alps
hether you’re an avid downhiller or cross-country enthusiast,
a snowboarder, tobogganer,
snowshoer, ski-tourer or winter hiker – you’ll
ﬁnd the freedom of the great outdoors in the enchanting Rauris Valley.
Thirty kilometres of cross-country trails,
romantic rides by horse-drawn sleigh ride
or sledging by moonlight, high-spirited evenings at mountain huts and even visits to a schnapps distillery – these are all highlights of
winter in a valley with a truly warm and welcoming atmosphere. And a free ski bus to get you to the slopes. The Rauris Hochalm lifts serve
one of the most beautiful ski areas in the Alps, where new improved snowmaking guarantees reliable snow until well into springtime.
The 4-star Superior Theresia Gartenhotel
A feel-good hotel with easy access to the slopes and a new Alpine Green Spa
n the heart of Saalbach’s breathtaking mountains, contemporary style and eco-chic meets timeless tradition at the four-star Superior Theresia
Gartenhotel which combines stylish décor with a
charming Alpine exterior. Organic gourmet cuisine, a chic spa, gorgeous rooms and gracious hospitality make for an unforgettable and relaxing stay. The
Theresia Gartenhotel has been given the “Top Hotel Award” by the
world’s biggest hotel review platform, Trivago, with 92 out of 100 points. And the Austrian Winter Sport Hotels Austria Ski Guide awarded it ﬁve out of ﬁve snow stars as one of the ‘Best of the Region’.
The Theresia’s cusine is a recipient of Gault Millau’s award as ‘one of
You’ll never feel lost in the crowd here as you hop aboard the summit
the 10 best in Austrian wellness hotels’. The hotel also offers gluten-free
the ‘Goldberggruppe‘ peaks, ready to sample a broad 19 mile network
is an ideal location - the family-run hotel is close to the slopes and the
lift. And you’ll quickly ﬁnd yourself up at 7,135 ft, with superb views of of wonderful treeless north-east facing slopes. On a separate race
hill, there’s a GS course with automatic time-keeping. So no matter
whether you’re a pro, a beginner or a child – you’ll ﬁnd just the slopes
for you in Rauris. In between runs, or after the lifts have closed, friendly huts and bars invite you to drop in and relax over a drink.
Suggested package: Winter Active Week: Seven nights with six-day ski pass, four days’ skiing lessons and ski rental. From 434A per adult and from 217A per child (aged six to 10) and 248A per child (aged 11 – 15) Available from Dec 14 to Apr 7 For more: http://www.raurisertal.at/en/ accommodation/packages/winter-packages/ winter-aktiv-woche.html Contact: Rauris tourist ofﬁce Tel: +43 6544 200 22 firstname.lastname@example.org www.raurisertal.at
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food and a low cholesterol diet, as well as food for diabetics. The Theresia meeting place for the hotel’s own ski school. It has its own rental shop,
and the hotel’s Kids’ Club entertains and cares for youngsters from the
age of two upwards. After an exciting skiing tour through the mountains in Saalbach-Hinterglemm Leogang, relax in the magniﬁcent spa with an
indoor pool and year-round steaming outdoor pool, saunas, Turkish baths, and a massage menu – not to mention delightful mountain views. Suggested package: White Weeks • January 5 – February 2 and March 2 - 9 • Seven nights with extended wellbeing half board • Six-day ski pass OR wellness treatments • In the four-star Superior Gartenhotel from 1054A
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one way inc. tax
resorts: Mayrhofen than 2 hours away!
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£34 ux alpes
one way inc. tax
resorts: alpe d’huez, Les de & courchevel are all less than 90 minutes away!
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