Warth-Schröcken has invested heavily over the last few years and now offers a very modern lift system with 4 separate entry points. The slopes are north facing meaning superb snow quality right through to the end of April.
Beginners can take advantage of the large beginners' area at the bottom of the Salober jet. They will soon progress to the Sonnenkaiser lifts which will enable them to venture further afield.
There is also a small slope located next to the hotel, which can be used if required and is covered on the pass.
Inclusive lift pass: Warth-Schröcken ski area
Lifts to: 2050m
Total number of lifts: 15
Marked pistes: 66km
Longest run: 4.5km
Ski bus included: No
Lift pass photo required: No
Snow cannon coverage: 2%
By coach: Journey time from Calais: 14 hours.
By air: Flights to Munich. Coach transfer to resort 3 hours
Blue runs: 13
Red runs: 10
Black runs: 7
There is something for every level of skier from gentle cruisers to difficult blacks and expert skiers will love the off-piste freeriding which is lift accessed.
Ice cream night: Steeg
Austrian bowling: Bach
We also include a programme of free in-house evening entertainment at our hotels in this resort.