Almwelt Austria, Schladming

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Location - where is Almwelt Austria

• ski-in/ski-out • on the mountainside above Pichl • 6km walking by cat track to Pichl


Overview - apartment description - Almwelt Austria description

The Almwelt Austria is a pretty unique offering - a chance to really get back to nature and away from the crowds.

The Almwelt is a lakeside hamlet of 22 individual log cabins and a mountain lodge above Schladming's neighbouring village of Pichl (pronounced pickle). The slopes are right on your doorstep too - the Almwelt is on the red Schnepfen run which leads from the Reiteralm lift down to Pichl's main village so you can easily be first on the piste each morning.

The main hotel is an old hunters' lodge that has been lovingly converted into a small but perfectly formed 12 room Alpine hotel. We've managed to get hold of Forester Cabins for you too - these huts are very spacious - around 130m² each - with a large lounge and dining area, a log fire, full kitchen, your own sauna and two bedrooms. There's also the typically Styrian mountain hut restaurant, Schnepf'n-Alm - the social hub while staying here. If you're staying in the cabins, you can choose to stick with self catering, just be aware that you are a fair way from any shops, so it's worth grabbing some supplies before the last lift, eating at the Schnepf'n-Alm once or twice or simply upgrading to half board.

There's also an excellent wellness area with a selection of saunas, experience showers, steam baths and panoramic views over the slopes.

Overall a stay at the Almwelt is really suited to independant travellers who prefer doing things their way - and want something a little less ordinary.


Facilities - Almwelt Austria features

• Schnepf'n Alm mountain restaurant and après bar • 340m² Panorama Spa and wellness centre with panoramic saunas, steam room & experience showers • free underground car parking

Please note: The Panorama Spa is free for customers staying in Jagdhaus rooms. Log Cabin customers have a sauna and spa bath in their cabin or can use the Panorama Spa for an extra charge.


Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

Hotel

for 2 people on half board sharing a Jagdhaus room with Austrian twin beds, private bath or shower and WC. Jagdhaus rooms sleep maximum 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children up to 12 years inclusive.

Log cabins

Type E - Forester's log cabin - sleep 2-6 (max 4 adults and 2 children up to 12 years inclusive)

Ground floor

Entrance hall with boot dryer and WC
Large open plan dining area with fireplace, dining table, comfortable seating area and fully equipped kitchen.
Bathroom with spa tub and pine sauna.

First floor
Two large bedrooms with austrian twin beds, extra single bed and balcony.
Separate Shower and WC.


Meals - food and drink in Almwelt Austria

Log cabins - Self catering
• optional upgrade to bed and breakfast or half board

Hotel - Half board
• hot and cold buffet breakfast • 4 course evening meal with choice of main course


Please Note

Almwelt Austria is on the mountain side - approximately 6km walk from the village of Pichl where the nearest shops are.

We update Almwelt Austria's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.
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Resort - about Schladming - about holidays in Schladming - about ski holidays in Schladming - about ski holidays in Schladming Austria

Part of the extremely well-connected Ski Amadé Excellent après-ski including restaurants, bars and shops Close to the Dachstein glacier

Surrounded by beautiful mountains and lakes in the massive Ski Amadé area, this living and breathing alpine town has managed to strike a perfect balance of rich history and modern convenience. The fact that Schladming is home to the annual World Cup Night Slalom and recently hosted the World Ski Championships gives you an inkling of the high quality terrain you can ski here.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Scenery Glacier skiing Après ski

Schladming webcam

Snow Report: Top 100cm, Bottom 40cm

Snow Forecast: 5cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 52.33cm

Schladming trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Salzburg90 km, 1 hour
Region:Ski Amadé region, Austrian Alps
First opened:1908

Schladming lift pass price last reported as €227 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Almwelt Austria.
Night skiing: Yes
Schladming has N facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing Late November – Mid April.

Town altitude: 745m
Top of slopes: 1800m
Bottom of piste: 750m
Vertical drop: 1950m
Total length of trails:113.8km
Longest piste:7.7km
This bustling mountain town is situated within the beautiful Dachstein mountain range in the Styria province. Once a mining town, Schladming has developed into a popular skiing resort with plenty of character and cultural attractions. It is host to a number of pretty medieval buildings, Romanesque and Gothic churches and the grand 18th century town square which was recently pedestrianised and is conveniently surrounded by cafés, bars and shops. Known as the valley of a thousand springs, the region has ove...
The resort has four linked mountains to ski between: Planai, Hochwurzen, Hauser Kaibling and Reiteralm. The Planai and the Hochwurzen provide the main entrance to the region which consists of 25 pistes, an efficient lift service and varied terrain. Total beginners are catered for on the Rohrmoos plateau, where the Schladming ski school meets, until they have enough confidence to take the runs down to the Planai West chair-lift. This will take beginners to the gentle nursery slopes at the top of Planai and the...
Schladming has excellent après-ski with roughly 50 bars and 20 restaurants to choose from. We like the cool igloo shaped bar, Siglu, which is located just off the main square and is known for its cocktails and chilled club sounds. Other popular bars include Szenario and the town’s oldest and most traditional bar, Hanglbar. Most bars stay open quite late but if you want to move on to a nightclub then Cult Club, Hohenhaus Tenne and Sonderbar are all nearby and good fun. The resort is well-known for its nume...

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