About Schladming-Dachstein

Schladming-Dachstein is a ski resort in the state of Styria. The resort stretches over a huge area spread over many mountains. The 4 most notable and connected are Kaibling, Planai, Hochwurzen and Reiteralm. The resort is officially even bigger, with a few separate child-friendly skiing slopes such as the Fageralm and Galsterbergalm.

The Schladming resort is less crowded than the nearby Flachau and surrounding resorts but don’t worry, Schladming-Dachstein offers plenty of opportunities for the winter sports enthusiasts. The ski resort is interesting for advanced skiers due to the large tours you can make with the predominantly intermediate slopes.

Beginners will find beautiful runs on the Hauser Kaibling.

If you are looking for something different for a day? Take a trip to the Hoher Dachstein with a height of almost 3000 meters the view from the platform extends from Dachtein to the Triglav mountains in Slovenia and the Czech border

Some strengths and weaknesses:


Great opportunities for tours: the Schladming- Dachstein ski resort offers amazing tours where you can go mountain hopping. Sometimes you will need a ski bus but most of the time you can just use the lifts.

There is no shortage of restaurants on the slopes of this resort so relax and grab a schnitzel or Kaiserschmarre.

Weak points:

The resort has some flats where the mountains are connected to each other so boarders be aware.

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