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Schladming has it all
Schladming is one of Austria’s most popular ski resorts. Located in a beautiful alpine valley 90km southeast of Salzburg, it offers a wide array of activities for all interests, ages and abilities.
The beautiful small town forms the centre of the Schladming-Dachstein region. A region that has the charm of a traditional Austrian alpine village while the many outdoor activities and cultural happenings create a vibrant and fun ambience.
When you stay in an Emma Ferien apartment, you will get immediate access to all this and enjoy your holiday in a cosy apartment in an excellent condition. Schladming has all the amenities one could wish for on a ski holiday. Plenty of food stores, shops, hospital, pharmacy, bakery and much more. And most within short walking distance through the beautiful Austrian village streets.
Go Skiing in Schladming
Skiing in Schladming
Schladming's vast skiing area offers something for all ages and abilities. The versatile system has in total 123 km of pistes with all different levels available. The many ski-schools are there for both adults and kids to help beginners excel but also to show the more advanced skier something new. Meeting points are ideally located next to popular lunch stops so all family members can easily gather for some midday refuelling.
Schladming ski resort include 44 lifts spread over 4 Mountains
- - Cabin lifts 8
- - Chair lifts 22
- - Tows 14
Total 123km of pistes
- - Difficult 8.3km
- - Medium 68.3km
- - Easy 46.1km
3 Fun parks
Cross country total 220 km
- - Classic 150 km
- - Skating 70 km
(Cross country in Ramsau)
Access to the slope without skis
Those who prefer to spend their day without skis but still want to be part of the fun in the slope can easily access several restaurants and mountain huts – or “Hütten. We at Emma Ferien would love to tell you about our favourite lunch spots and how to get there!
Ski passes - Enjoy the Ski Amadé
The ski pass in Schladming is called Ski Amadé and is available as single or multi-dayspass. The Multi-Day pass does not only give you access to the whole Schladming-Dachstein area but the entire Ski Amadé region which is made up of 25 beautiful ski resorts.
Ski Amadé ski pass include 270 lifts spread over 25 famous ski resorts
- - Cabin lifts 47
- - Chair lifts 90
- - Tows 81
Pistes total 760 km (!)
With the Ski Pass, you can conveniently, and for free, reach the different ski areas in the Schladming-Dachstein region with the Ski Bus. Click here to download the timetable You can more or less tailor the Ski Pass to make it work for your individual requirements and the cost of the ski pass vary depending on the period of year. You can purchase the pass once on the site (and we are happy to point out the closest shop when you arrive) or can buy it directly through your smartphone. This link tells you how.
Winter activities in Schladming
Schladming offers a wide variety of winter sports activities. These are some of our favourites:
Schladming has several different toboggan runs. One of the longest runs in the Alps is on Hochwurzen in Schladming. The 7 km long natural toboggan run is open during the day and night and is charmingly lit between 19.30-23.30. Many huts are spread out along the track to make sure every tummy and throat are satisfied.
Schladminger Erlebnisbad is a large swimming, sport and adventure complex utilised for fun by those that prefer an indoor activity. Also available are in- and outdoor pools with waterfalls and waterslides, sauna area, access to table tennis and beach volleyball and a lot more!
Often family-run, horse-drawn sledges are available in many locations in the region - a beautiful way to get the experience of the picturesque scenery.
Restaurants, bars and Après-ski
Wherever you go, you will find quaint little restaurants, ready to satisfy your cravings. If you’re not quite ready to go home after the lifts close or straight to bed after dinner, Schladming has an active après-ski/nightlife waiting for you to explore.
In the slopes
With breathtaking views and easy access even if you don't ski, the Schafalm (right next to the Planai gondola station) is one of our favourites. A big heated all-weather terrace makes this a go-to-place all year around. Two other huts worth mentioning are Hoch Alm and Onkel Willys Hütte if you are looking for some cozy traditional spots in the slope!
In the village
After the traditonal Austrian food often served in the slopes, it can be nice with something different to tickle the tastebuds for dinner. Papa Joes, Johann and Amalfi - all three located in the heart of Schladming village - are amazing spots for some international seasonal flavours.
Bars and pubs
Après ski and nightlife
Schladming has a rich nightlife and hosts the biggest après ski in Europe. The fun goes down at the gigantic Hohenhaus Tenne, located next to the Planai lift every day of the week. Après ski takes place every day all across Schladming’s four mountains in the various huts. Let us know what you are looking for and we will make sure to find the ambience that suits you best.
Accommodation in Schladming
We have accommodations all over Schladming. Regardless if you prefer the buzzing city centre or want the option to live in a ski-in-ski-out apartment, we have something for you.
Luxury Chalet Fastenberg
Ski in/Ski out - Fastenberg