- New SkiBound resort for the 2018/19 season
- Part of the vast Ski Amade region and giving groups access to four mountain ski areas: Hauser Kaibling, Planai, Hockwurzen and Reiteralm.
- The area has seen heavy investment as it played host to the 2013 ski World Championships
Why choose this resort?
A sizeable 123km of piste over four ski areas is available to explore in Schladming and with the presence of the Dachstein glacier, snow is guaranteed.
With recent investment to the area thanks to the 2013 World Championships, queues are kept short and students warm by an assortment of modern lifts. The centre of the town is car-free resulting in a safe, charming village centre for groups to explore.
On the slopes
All four mountain ski areas benefit from pleasant tree lined runs and skiers can enjoy views of the Ennstal and Dachsteingruppe. Featuring many tree-lined, cruisy runs, Schladming is ideal for intermediate skiers.
Students can test out their skills on a 4.6km FIS-grade run and the Hochwurzen Valley run stretching a huge 8km before working up to the challenge of the two world-class downhill slopes present in the area. Beginners are not forgotten with two nursery slope areas at Rohrmoss and Planai.
Calais (coach) to Schladming 15 hours Innsbruck to Schladming 3 hours Salzburg to Schladming 1.5 hours Munich to Schladming 3 hours
If you're looking for an evening of culture, Salzburg is just an hour's ride away. Closer to home, students can enjoy a range of après-ski activities including bowling, swimming, pizza night and the end of trip favourite, disco night.Highlights
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