Sunny and snow-sure, the Fanningberg is a family ski area, between 1500 and 2100 meters above sea level. The comfortable 6-seater chairlift “Samson”,” Zirbenjet” and 3 other T-bar lifts take you up the mountain in a few minutes and 30km of slopes are offered.
The race course is a 2,200-metre long Schmiedabfahrt with a medium level of difficulty. The start is located a few meters below Schmiedhütte, on the steepest part of the slope. The Speaker House is located a few metres above the valley station of the 6-seater chairlift Samson and is easily accessible on foot.
The ski area offers 30 km of slopes (13 km blue, 7 km red, 10 km black),5 lifts, 1 ski and snowboard school, 2 sports stores and ski rental, ski depot at the valley station and operating hours from the beginning of December until April.
In St. Michael you take the 8-seater gondola up to Großeck-Speiereck ski area. This beautiful ski area has 50 kilometres of varied slopes and 10 lifts. As a highlight with 1,300 metres in altitude and the total length of approximately 4.5km, you can enjoy the valley descent from Speiereck to St. Michael with a breathtaking view.
This area is perfect for families with children but is also suitable for advanced skiers. The little skiers among us can play with friends in the Smarty Kinderland with figures, igloos and tepee tents or explore the so called “Hexenwald”. Snow-making equipment and a well-trained team ensure snow reliability and fun at the right temperatures throughout the region.
The 700-metre-long T-bar lift with an FIS slalom slope, is ideal for races and training. Even though this lift is not in the Großeck-Speiereck ski area, it is still part of it.
The practice lift in Mauterndorf is a practice area that is well suited for beginners. Sometimes races also take place here. The 375-metre-long T-bar lift transports around 800 people per hour.
The 8-seater Großeck cable car takes you up to the steep slope. It is relatively steep, as the name suggests, and there are fewer races here.
What is a first class ski area? Above all, the varied pistes for beginners, advanced and daredevils. Obertauern, a ski area in the Salzburger Land, at 1752 meters above sea level, has more than 100 kilometers of well-groomed, easily accessible slopes that guarantee snow from November to May.
Lots of powder snow for fun and safe freeriding.
Another spectacle is night skiing. Every Monday and Thursday you can ski the slopes from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
A highlight is the Kirchbühel racetrack -> giant slalom. This is ideal for beginners and is 380 metres long. In addition, time can be measured.
There are 26 lifts (1 gondola, 17 chairlifts, 2 combined chair-cabin lifts, 6 drag lifts) and 100 kilometers of slopes (61 km easy, 35 km medium, 4 km difficult).