Tauplitz & Loser-Altaussee



  • Combined ski area offering 72km of snowsure piste
  • Sweeping slopes in a predominantly alpine setting
  • Perfect for budget conscious beginner / intermediate groups
  • Tauplitz / Loser represent outstanding value for money

Why choose this resort?

The popular destination of Tauplitz and Loser sees groups return year after year to experience the typical alpine architecture and pine-fringed Christmas card views. Staying mid-way between the Tauplitzalm and the Loser, the beautiful Grundlsee is filled with picturesque villages that have changed very little over the years. The main town of Bad Aussee offers a number of après-ski options representing good value for groups seeking a mix of quality on and off the slopes.

On the slopes

Most groups begin the week in Loser where the short lift queues and uncrowded pistes provide the ideal base to progress. Students can then progress onto Tauplitzalm, covered by the lift pass, which includes 34km of blue runs and 29km of reds. The well-groomed slopes and good winter sports infrastructure means groups can maximise their time skiing thanks to a modern lift system. Experts have almost 10kms of advanced runs to choose from offering challenging gradients and outstanding landscape your students are unlikely to forget.

Travel details

Calais (Coach) to Tauplitz & Loser16 hours


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Resort height 1965m
Lift range 800-1965m
Number of lifts 25
Size of piste 72km
Number of trails 69
Beginner 32
Intermediate 27
Advanced 10
Snowmaking 98%

Piste Map

Tauplitz & Loser-Altaussee piste map


Gasthof Staudnwirt

Tauplitz & Loser-Altaussee

Any school groups wishing to command sole occupancy of a traditional Austrian guest house just on the outskirts of the gorgeous lake town of Bad Aussee should certainly consider checking into the Gasthof Staudnwirt. 

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JUFA Grundlsee

Tauplitz & Loser-Altaussee

As the JUFA Grundlsee specialises in accommodating school groups you can ramp expectation levels up to 11 as there's a great choice of facilities to suit all moods and moments.



Bad Aussee is as stylish and traditional as it’s entertaining and you’ll find a wide array of après-ski options including the classic combination of ice skating, swimming, bowling and pizza nights. The centre of Bad Aussee offers numerous cafes and shops as well as numerous historic buildings lining the main street
  • Disco
  • Ice skating
  • Thermal Swimming
  • Bowling
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