Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020/21 winter season will look a little different to previous years. Austria's government and its tourism industry are working hard to ensure that winter holidays are both safe and enjoyable for visitors, with a myriad of guidelines and measures in place from the gondola to the ski lesson, to the alpine hut and spa.Click here to find out more
Austria's winter sports regions are unsurpassable in their stunning scenery, pristine slopes and top-quality infrastructure. With skiing and snowboarding, Christmas markets, parties on the pistes and romantic horse-drawn sleigh rides, Austria meets the image of a winter wonderland and, dare we say, surpasses the exceptions therein. From free-riding havens for thrill-seekers to welcoming ski villages for beginners and families, every kind of visitor will find their dream winter destination here.
With some of Austria’s deepest snow for freeriding, a long November-May ski season, and one of the steepest mogul slopes in Europe, Obertauern is a paradise for winter sports mavens.Read more
Zell am See is one of the most iconic winter sports regions in the Alps, but it's not resting on its laurels. The renowned resort welcomes a myriad of updates in 2019/2020.Read more
Travel a mere 60km south of Salzburg to the pristine slopes of St. Johann in Salzburg, famed for its fairytale scenery and family-friendly feel.Read more
A jewel in the Alps, this area is constantly innovating and updating to provide guests with the highest levels of comfort, as well as great value for money.Read more
Known as 'The Home of Lässig', this laid-back resort promises a snow-topped playground for every kind of winter sports lover.Read more
The Kitzbühel Alps peaks glisten above this resort, ready to welcome excited skiers to serene slopes and cozy mountain huts.Read more