Holiday, Skiing and More in Obertauern

Obertauern is Austria's most snowy wintersport resort!

Obertauern is Austria's most snowy wintersport resort (quality seal) Scientific study shows: Obertauern has the largest snow volume of Austria.

Obertauern, with 1740m the highest located wintersport resort of the country of Salzburg could ever praises itself because of the very high level of natural snow safety.
A study of the famous skitouristic researcher Günther Aigner shows that Obertauern is that wintersport resort with the highest level of snow volume in Austria.

The snow safty is not only a slogan but a fact - scientifically proven.

The altitude of Obertauern (1,748m to 2,200m) guarantees skiing pleasure and snowboarder bliss from late November to early May. Modern and comfortable ski lifts open up the “Obertauern – sun basin” and open up a black-blue-red downhill variety for winter sports lovers with discerning standards.

Your holiday turns into an adventure here

Winter magic, fun in the ski hut, après ski, alpine romance, classy flair ...Right in the middle of the Salzburg mountain world, around 100 km of fantastic ski slopes await you. And you do not even need a car, because in Obertauern it only takes a few minutes to get right into all of the ski excitement from any point of the village. The lifts are interconnected so well that you can ski down all the runs and return back to the original station time and time again. Here in Obertauern, 26 cable cars and ski lifts were designed around the resort and form a unique skiing world - the red and the green “Tauern round”, which awaits you. 61 km of easy, 35 km of intermediate, and 4 km of difficult ski slopes are waiting to be explored by you.

Holiday in Obertauern – relaxation and action at the same time

The skiing and snowboarding paradise …Reliable snow conditions from late November to early May! Come “all the way to the top”.

You want to experience pure winter fun, while no snowflake has fallen from the sky yet anywhere else? Or while the snow has long since melted away elsewhere? Then come “all the way to the top”!