27 November — 11 April
Snow Space Salzburg – Flachau/Wagrain/St. Johann-Alpendorf is located in Austria, the tourist region of Salzburg, in the center of the sports world (Salzburger Sportwelt) – Austria, Salisburghese, Pongau. There are 125 km of trails for skiing and snowboarding. 44 lifts transport skiers. The winter sports complex is located between 740 and 1980 meters above sea level.
Since the 2013/14 season, the impressive G-Link cable car has connected the towns of Grafenberg and Grisenkarek with Wagrain. This made it possible to ski on 100 km of slopes in the combined ski area Flachau-Wagrain-Alpendorf. The ski resort in Salzburg offers the perfect winter getaway for the whole family. All lifts in the resort – the birthplace of the world champion Hermann Mayer – are of high quality and comfortable. There are many rental shops and ski schools.
Flachau-Wagrain has challenging freeride trails and many perfectly prepared ski slopes. It should be noted that Alpendorf is located three kilometers from the center of St. Johann and is an independent resort.
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On average, the ski season here lasts from late November to mid April.
Ski pass prices
The cost of the day ski pass in the high season: € 58 (adult), € 58 (children) and € 43.50 (youth).
Total length of tracks 120 km. The vertical drop is 1240 meters. Preparation of slopes is carried out using special snow groomers of snow groomers. Snow cannons turn on if necessary. The ski slopes are illuminated. Insecure beginners will be assisted by instructors, and at the rental point you can take everything you need for a comfortable ride.
Wide and varied slopes for all skill levels with a predominance of slopes of medium difficulty characterize this ski area. The offer ranges from the FIS track, which hosts the World Cup legs, to speed-sensing tracks to easy descents for the whole family.
The Hermann Mayer World Cup track (Star Jet 1) has already hosted numerous World Championship events, including the Women’s World Slalom Championship, for which a Full-HD-TV lighting system was installed with a total of 33 poles.
In case of insufficient snow, the resort has 787 snow cannons covering 100% of the tracks with artificial snow.
The longest trail: Top Liner – Wagrain, 6 km long, vertical drop 1063 m.
The most difficult track: Mulde – Top Liner, length 0.8 km, vertical drop 233 m.
The most interesting tracks:
- Rote 8er
- Hermann Maier World Cup
Visitors are lifted up 50 lifts: 2 aerial tramway, 10 gondola lift, 16 chairlift and 8 t-bar lift. There are 14 children’s lifts for beginners and children. The total length of the cable cars is 483 km, which are capable of transporting up to 78798 passengers/hour.
The lifts in the Flachau-Wagrain-Alpendorf ski area meet the highest standards. The new G-Link cable car has been connecting the Wagrain mountains since the 2013/14 season, providing fast connections between the two parts of the Flachau-Wagrain, Griesenkarek and Wagrain and Grafenberg-Alpendorf ski areas. Also since 2013/14, two new state-of-the-art chairlifts have been put into operation in Alpendorf: Strassalmbahn and Obergassalmbahn. Almost all chair lifts have weather domes and soft leather seats.
Many chair lifts also have heated seats and a self-closing bar for child safety. In 2012, the Akhterjet gondola lift was completely renovated from a technical point of view and equipped with new heated cabins and soft seats, almost completely new. From the Wagrain side, a gondola lift leads to the ski area. From Alpendorf to the ski area, you can go either by gondola or chairlift. The moving walkways and ski lifts are for beginners only.
The nearest villages to the resort:
- Alpendorf (0.2 km)
- Wagrain (0.7 km)
- Flachau (0.5 km)
- St. Johann im Pongau (3.4 km)
- Moadörfl (0.4 km)
- Reitdorf (1.6 km)
- Schwaighof (1.9 km)