Ski trip to Obertauern
The village is one of Austria’s highest ski resorts, and with an exceptional snow record offers skiing from the end of November until the beginning of May. Being a purpose built resort there are plenty of bars, shops and restaurants available.
Highest ski area in Austria
Long ski season and guaranteed snow
Superb hotel leisure facilities
Great Après-ski options
There is an excellent selection of beginners’ areas around the resort. Queues are kept to a minimum because of the many access points round the town which the intermediate and advanced skier can take advantage of and which quickly allow them to be on the challenging open runs above the tree line. The well designed lift system helps better skiers complete the circular tour of the resort in quick time.
Ski resort facts
There is a large modern sports complex in Obertauern offering indoor tennis, bowling and a fitness centre. The in-house activities include basketball, squash and Austrian bowling. The fabulous Therme Amadé aqua park in Altenmarkt is also a popular option for our groups.
Where to stay
Set in a rural location about a mile from the centre of the town, and is only 400m from the nearest ski lift, this accommodation is geared up for youth groups. There is a wide range of leisure facilities on offer here with a disco, games room with table tennis and TV room, cinema, indoor climbing wall and a spa and sauna. Most rooms are 4/6 bedded with en-suite facilities.
The Hotel Felseralm is set in a rural location approximately 3 miles from the centre of the town, and only 2 miles from the nearest ski lift. The house has been recently refurbished and can be divided into 4 separate sections so giving groups a degree of privacy. There is a wide range of leisure facilities on offer here with a large sports hall, Ten Pin Bowling alleys, disco room, table tennis and TV with large screen projector. Most rooms are 4/6 bedded with en-suite facilities.