Ski Maria Alm for a completely unspoilt, traditional skiing and snowboarding holiday in Austria. With access to miles of great pistes for skiing and snowboarding locally, the lift pass can also include Hochkönig which opens up 150km of downhill pistes.
Perfect for those looking for a quiet, traditional Austrian resort, ski Maria Alm and you will be in the ski Amadé region with plenty of great skiing and snowboarding options with two mountain villages, Hintermoos and Hinterthal, which nestle beneath the Steinerne Meer range. With a ski area stretching across several valleys from Muhlbach in west to Saalfelden in the east, you can access the resort via Salzburg, Innsbruck and Munich airports easily, although Salzburg is closest.
On the slopes
Ski Maria Alm to get over 90km locally as well as access to the expansive Ski Amadé with it's 860km. Considered an excellent ski resort for beginners and intermediates, the pistes offer some cruisy and some slightly more challenging runs. Close to home, the ski area stretches across Maria Alm, Aberg, Hintermoos, Hinterthal as far as Dienten and Mühlbach am Hochkönig. What it gives you is a great range of skiing for all levels, with a good mix of blue, red and black slopes. Snowfall is good, and is supplemented by plenty of snow cannons, using the latest technology to maximise your enjoyment of the mountains.
If you ski Maria Alm you are also in the ski region of Ski Amadé.
Off the slopes
This is a small, traditional Alpine village ski resort, so don't expect wild après-ski but this is Austria so it is good and lively! What you will find is a range of restaurants, bars and cafes where you can choose between traditional cuisine, and familiar international offerings. Other activities available include torch lit walks, swimming, bowling, and ice skating in nearby Bischofshofen.