Ski & Board in Schladming-Dachstein
Skiing in Ramsau
With 40 kilometers of alpine skiing, Ramsau has gentle, sunny slopes with drag lifts, making it ideal for beginners and children. For long downhill runs on a well-groomed ski piste, go to Rittisberg, Ramsau’s premier address. It has five multi-ability ski runs, a four-seater chairlift, and the drag lift are all top notch. Catch the first lift for the most amazing downhill runs – and you’ll share them with no one.
Intermediate skiers should head to the Alm for easy-going skiing in stunning scenery – the Adlerlifte around the Türlwand is the best place for a relaxing skiing day. Then venture down the groomed trail back to Ramsau. A couple of mountain restaurants invite you to stop in and on the way. Try their excellent cuisine and, on a sunny day, enjoy the blue skies and beautiful panorama.
Skiing on 2,700 metres! Sporty ski runs and powder slopes.
Hotel Kielhuberhof in Ramsau am Dachstein is ideal if you plan to ski our neighbouring areas, too. Ski amadé has 760 kilometres of ski runs, all accessible with one ski ticket. The closest ski resort is Schladming’s Planai, one of the four interlinked mountains of Hauser Kaibling, Planai, Hochwurzen, and Reiteralm, which offer 123 kilometres of ski runs and are among the Alps’ top-five ski areas
Snowboarding & Freeriding
The Sportwelt amadé pistes are also amazing for snowboarding, with freeride slopes to challenge and excite.
The Rohrmoos Hochwurzen park is a mecca for boarders and riders, staying open and lit till 10 pm.
Planai, too, has a freestyle park with rails, kickers, quarter pipes and jumps for every level.
Ramsau has a good selection of ski schools for both ski and snowboard lessons for adults and children of all abilities, as well as child-care facilities for the youngest snow lovers.
Ski regions/ski resorts