About Salzburger Sportwelt
With 130 lifts this extensive ski area is largely unknown to British skiers, but offers superb skiing for all levels.
The main access onto the circuit is at Alpendorf where 3 chair-lifts link directly into the system, opening up a huge amount of excellent skiing with a number of blue and red runs leading to Wagrain.
PGL groups accommodated in Wagrain can use the Flying Mozart Lift, which also gives access to the lifts at Flachau. Groups are also accommodated in Radstadt or Attenmarkt, all attractive villages with a traditional Austrian atmosphere and easy access to the slopes.
Inclusive lift pass: Salzburger Sportwelt pass
Lifts to: 1850m
Total number of lifts: 51
Marked pistes: 120km
Longest run: 3.2km
Ski bus included: Yes
Lift pass photo required: No
Snow cannon coverage: 80%
By coach: Friday departure, journey time from Calais 16 hours.
By air: To Munich airport, coach transfer time to resort approx. 2½ hours.
Blue runs: 30
Red runs: 81
Black runs: 4
The area is perfectly suited to beginners and intermediates with a predominance of long, gentle runs, enabling skiers to cover large distances.
Swimming: Wasserwelt in Wagrain / Altenmarkt
Ice skating: Wagrain and St. Johann
Austrian bowling: Altenmarkt / Filzmoos
Pizza night: Wagrain
Tyrolean evening: Wagrain
10 pin bowling: Salzburg
We also include a programme of free in-house evening entertainment at each of our hotels in this resort.