Built in (high-rise) chalet style mixed with some stylish modern architecture, the resort is not unattractive but is not a classic Austrian charmer. Most lodgings are set along the through-road; there is traffic, but it's not heavy. The nearest thing to a central focus is a junction with a side road that has some of the best bars and smart ski shops.

For families

The resort isn't particularly family-oriented, and nursery slopes can be inconvenient, but most ski schools do take children. The kindergarten takes babies.

Apres Ski

Several huts above village level get lively as the lifts close - Hochalm and Edelweiss, for example. There are several cute woody chalets in the village that throb at teatime: Latsch'n Alm, Lürzer Alm ('dancing on the tables encouraged'), and Gruber Stadl. WeltcupSchirm is a 'superb' lively umbrella bar; Qu Bar is 'very loud'. Mundwerk is quieter. Later on, Monkey's Heaven and the People bar have dancing.

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Ability
  • Advanced
  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
On Slope
  • Fast Lifts
  • No Queues
  • Snow Reliability

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