Winter sports in Wagrain
Winter at the Sporthotel Wagrain offers everything you would expect and more. Our hotel sits in the heart of the Snow Space Salzburg and Ski Amadé, Austria's largest ski resort network, offering a huge range of slopes for skiers and snowboarders of all abilities. Away from the pistes there are also many alternative activities such as cross-country skiing and snowshoeing where guests can enjoy the snowy landscape at a slower pace.
The Grafenbergbahn cable car just a few metres from our hotel gives skiers and snowboarders direct access to the Snow Space Salzburg. This means more time in the morning for a hearty breakfast before picking up your skis from our cellar and heading straight to the slopes.
The crunch of snow underfoot, the glistening winter landscape and the sound of silence all around make snowshoe walking a memorable experience.
- Three snowshoe walking trails
- Countless untouched snowfields to explore
- Winter walking without snowshoes possible on special trails kept in good condition
Cross-country skiing is a good way to explore the landscape while staying fit. In our region there are trails for both the Classic technique and the more modern and dynamic Skating technique.
- Eight trails rated easy to intermediate
- 26km of cross-country skiing in Wagrain-Kleinarl
Serious skaters and bambi-on-ice beginners will enjoy the outdoor rink available in winter.
- Floodlit outdoor ice rink at the bottom of the Flying Mozart cable car
- Skate hire & changing rooms
- Small bar serving drinks
Walk up, ski down! That is the basic idea of ski touring. This booming sport can be done both on the pistes and in open terrain.
- Safe routes on the pistes in the Snow Space Salzburg resort
- Tips from the Sporthotel Wagrain on ski touring routes in the region
The Snow Space Salzburg also has plenty to offer snowboard enthusiasts.
- 210 kilometres of pistes for skiers and boarders
- Snowboard hire & snowboard schools in the resort
- Freestyle parks
- Off-piste riding
- Snowboarding taster course for beginners