Ski holidays to Austria offer traditional alpine charm and the Austrian Apres Ski is renowned for being lively. Most resorts offer a good standard of ski instruction for beginners and resorts such as St Anton offer plenty to keep intermediate and advanced skiers and snowboarders happy.
Austrian Apres Ski
A ski holiday to austria offers great Apres Ski. In many Austrian ski resorts the Apres ski starts before you have even got down the mountain. Mountain bars close to the bottom of the slopes are the first stop for Apres Ski and serve the usual drinks in addition to warm alcoholic drinks such as Gluwein, Jaigertee and hot chocolate with rum in it to keep you warm. Don't be surprised if you end up dancing on the table!
Skiing in Austria
Austria is host to some of the worlds best glaciers and generally, most resorts are villages with traditional character. Snowboarders will love Mayrhofen, beginners will be well catered for in the Lech-Zurs region, intermediate skiers will be happy in the Saalbach-Hinterglemm area and experts should head for St Anton. If you are looking for a family ski holiday, you may want to consider Alpbach or Niederau.
Allocated on Arrival Ski Holidays to Austria
If you are looking for a really cheap ski holiday to Austria and don't mind where you stay exactly, you may want to consider one of our allocated on arrival ski holidays which offer excellent value and are usually cheaper than ski holidays to named hotels.
Book a Ski Holiday to Austria
To search for a cheap ski holidays to Austria, use the ski holiday search. Alternatively, call our ski holiday specialists to book your ski holiday to Austria.
£879Tignes4.5 Star, 7 Nights, Catered Chalet
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£679Les Arcs4 Star, 7 Nights, Catered Chalet
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