The village itself is compact and attractive, constructed in the Austrian chalet style. The skiing is well-linked on both sides of the road, has an impressively fast and efficient lift system and interesting snow-sure slopes to keep the entire group happy.
For beginners Obertauern offers a range of nursery slopes including a high-altitude beginner area accessible on the Schaidberg chair, with easy runs back into the valley. Intermediates are well served with easier intermediate runs lower down and the more challenging ones higher up the mountain, and a circuit of the whole area easily achieveable by a good intermediate skier. Experts will enjoy the steep slopes from the Gamsleiten chair.
Inclusive lift pass: Obertauern whole area pass
Lifts to: 2313m
Total number of lifts: 26
Marked pistes: 100km
Longest run: 4km
Ski bus included: Yes
Lift pass photo required: No
Snow cannon coverage: 90%
By coach: Friday departures. Journey time from Calais 16 hours.
By air: Flights to Munich. Coach transfer to resort 2½ hours.
Blue runs: 42
Red runs: 34
Black runs: 9
The skiing at Obertauen is well-linked on both sides of the road, has an efficient, modern and user friendly lift system and good mountain restaurants.
Pizza night: Obertauern
Ice skating: Radstadt
Austrian bowling: Obertauern
We also include a programme of free in house evening entertainment at each of our hotels and centres.