Austria is the Danish favorite place to holiday in, when it comes to skiing and it is mainly due to the short distance thereto, and the ideal conditions for skiing, and the largest area called Ski Amade or Salzburg Sports World. Here guests will find 270 lifts and 760 km of slopes, but it is also spread out on these contiguous ski resorts:
- Zauchensee – Flachauwinkl
- Flachauwinkl – Kleinarl
- Radstadt / Altenmarkt
All these ski resorts are very popular, because everything is concentrated here, and especially Wagrain is popular with Danes and other ski tourists, but you will often first out when you have a holiday here. Wagrain is the epitome of charm and coziness and moving thousands of people here on a skiing holiday options with lots of offers and experiences in the snow for children, young people and older at all levels. There is easy access around the area by ski lifts, gondolas and ski buses, and lift pass valid everywhere in the area. Here are several ski schools for both children and adults, so you can learn it from scratch, and also there are also childcare facilities in the area.
Apres ski in
Children can also go skiing, sledging or use the snowboard during the day, but when the family end of the day is getting tired of the experiences in the snow, so the body has been a little tired, and you need to relax, how many choose to visit resort’s many charming cafes and restaurants, as you might then you visit a pub or the lively nightclubs in Wagrain.
There is also the opportunity to explore the quaint shops in the city center and Wagrain large water park “Wasserwelt” beckons with indoor and outdoor pool with slides and water cannons, and one can also go for walks and enjoy nature in the area, for example, the many parks and children’s areas, or you can go to ski-shooting, skating, curling, swimming and tennis, if you love these sports.
Self-drive ski holiday to
Of course one can fly to Wagrain area as the Salzburg Airport only located 90 km away, but it nevertheless more freedom when taking his own car on holiday, as it gives you can bring the whole family and lots of baggage and can the same time enjoy a beautiful scenery along the way and even make a stop on the long drive, so you get more experiences than the ski trip. Many ordering a self-drive holiday to Wagrain, since this is easy and cheap, and you get both accommodation and ski passes in price. It’s easy to drive to Wagrain, then you just follow his GPS, which usually suggests using major highways south down through Germany via Hamburg, Hanover, Nuremberg and Munich. From here, drive across the border to Austria against Salzburg on route A99 / E45, taking then route the A8 and then A and finally the A10 / E55, taking the signs now point towards Villach / Salzburg. Then follow route B311 Bischofshofen, after changing the route to B163 to Wagrain on road signs.