Skiing Schladming's four interlinked mountains

Schladming Ski Resorts

As one of Austria's top ski area, Hauser Kaibling is the perfect gateway to the Schladming-Dachstein ski resorts. Hauser Kaibling, Planai, Hochwurzen and Reiteralm are Styria's largest ski mountains. With 123 km of ski runs, the four interlinked mountains are unique in Ski amadé and across Austria. Discover ski runs for all levels and ski or snowboard in Schladming’s best ski resort, Hauser Kaibling. Perfectly groomed pistes, a magical winter landscape with fantastic powder: Skiing pleasure at the very highest level!

Hauser Kaibling – The perfect gateway to Schladming’s four interlinked mountains

Hauser Kaibling is a wonderland of blue, red and black ski runs, perfectly groomed carving slopes, powder runs, and mogul pistes. An absolute highlight is the FIS World Cup race slope down to the valley. For less experienced skiers, take the easier pistes to bypass the steep and difficult stretches.

Discover our Schladming four mountain ski circus.

Each resort - Hauser Kaibling, Planai, Hochwurzen, and Reiteralm - has its own charm and unique atmosphere, but they all have something in common: they offer 123 km of non-stop ski runs, served by 44 ski lifts, efficient snow-making, and delicious food in 57 ski huts. Check out special offers for children and families, for ambitious and easy-going skiers – skiing pleasure and winter fun at its best.

The Hauser Kaibling top chairlift takes you to the highest point of Schladming's four interlinked mountains. Enjoy a fantastic 360-degree panoramic view across the upper Ennstal valley and down to Liezen.

The four interlinked mountains Schladming Dachstein are also part of Ski amadé: 5 ski areas, 25 resorts, 760 km of ski runs, and 270 ski lifts accessible on one ski pass. Hauser Kaibling is the easternmost access point to the Schladming interlinked four mountains, offering guaranteed parking. Car parks are at the bottom station of Hauser Kaibling's 8-seater gondola.

Facts & Figures Schladming four interlinked mountains 
Altitude:

from 750 to 2,015 metres

Ski lifts:

44

Gondolas: 8

Combi lift: 1

8-seater chailifts: 2

6-seater chailifts: 5

4-seater chailifts: 10

3-seater chailift: 1

Double chailifts: 3

Drag lifts: 14

Ski runs:

123 km

Easy (blue): 46.1 km

Intermediate (red): 68.3 km

Difficult (black): 8.3 km

Snow groomers:

45

Snow guns: 1,242
Ski huts:

57

Hauser Kaibling: 15 ski huts with table service

Ski schools:

8

Hauser Kaibling: 1 (Ski- & Snowboard School Haus im Ennstal)

Planai: 3

Hochwurzen: 2

Reiteralm: 2

Sports Shops:

14

Hauser Kaibling: 3 (shop, rental, and service: Sport Hauser Kaibling)

Planai: 7

Hochwurzen: 2

Reiteralm: 2

Longest ski run (top to bottm):

Hauser Kaibling: 7 km

Planai: 4.8 km

Hochwurzen: 7.7 km

Reiteralm: 6 km

Hauser Kaibling highlights:

Gateway to Schladming’s four interlinked mountains

Guaranteed parking by the gondola base station

Two valley runs to the car park

Ski depot, ski school, and sports shop at the gondola base station

2,015 metres – highest point of the four mountains

XXL Funslope - 1,460 metres of fun

Pleasure Island with 360-degree panorama loungers

AlmArenA - après ski with live program every day in the valley

Bus driver lounge – massage beds, IPads, flatscreens, free hot drinks and more.

Barrierefreie Talstation

Awards: Hauser Kaibling Top Austrian Ski Resort

Being one of Austrias top ski resorts, Hauser Kaibling is the perfect access point to the Schladming-Dachstein ski area. By the way: in the last few years, several media (the London Daily Mail, the news magazine News and many more) have selected Schladming's four interlinked mountains to be amongst the best Austrian and even European ski areas. 

In 2013 and 2010, Hauser Kaibling received the title Europe's Best Ski Area, scoring high with regard to safety, quality, perfect ski runs, excellent ski huts (all of them with table service), brilliant events and much more.

This success was topped with the awards Top for Families and Top for Advanced Skiers, presented by the Internet portal TouriSpo, by far the most visited website for winter sports enthusiasts and one of the most important online communities for outdoor sports in the German speaking world.

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