Chalet Enzian, Ellmau

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Location - where is Chalet Enzian

• 1 minute walk to Hartkaiser Funicular • 3 minutes walk to resort centre


Overview - chalet description - Chalet Enzian description

The Chalet Enzian has a perfect location, just a 1 minute walk to the main Hartkaiser Funicular Railway, making access into the superb SkiWelt area very easy. This small chalet is great for groups and has a warm and homely atmosphere, it has a comfortable lounge with TV and spectacular views of the Wilder Kaiser mountains.


Facilities - Chalet Enzian features

• breakfast/dining room • lounge with TV and DVD player • services of chalet host • 5 rooms


Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

Chalet Enzian - sleeps 10 (room numbers in brackets):

ground floor: Entrance, kitchen, lounge, dining room, shower room and separate WC.
first floor: Three Austrian twin rooms with wash basin (1,3,4). One twin room with Austrian twin beds, wash basin and balcony (2). Shower room and separate WC.
second floor: One Austrian twin room with wash basin (5).


Meals - food and drink in Chalet Enzian

• hearty breakfast with one cooked option (6 mornings a week) · afternoon tea with home-made cakes or biscuits · 3 course evening meal with house wine and coffee (5 nights a week) • 4 course farewell dinner on final evening


Please Note

The chalet has no lift.

Additional room information:

  • Rooms do not have cot space

We update Chalet Enzian'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.

Resort - about Ellmau - about holidays in Ellmau - about ski holidays in Ellmau - about ski holidays in Ellmau Austria

Varied terrain Part of the Ski Welt Austria’s fastest funicular railway 288km of pistes

This traditional Austrian village looks out to rolling hills, thick forests and those gorgeously rugged Wilder Kaiser peaks. It’s also part of one of the country’s biggest ski area and, if that wasn’t enough to shout from the rooftops, the transfer time’s less than an hour.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Beginners Alpine village charm Families

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Snow History: March average depth 133.33cm

Ellmau trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Innsbruck1hr
Munich1hr 10mins
Salzburg1hr 10mins
Region:Austria
First opened:1950

Ellmau lift pass price last reported as € 235 (Adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Chalet Enzian.
Night skiing: Yes
Ellmau has NSEW facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December- April.

Town altitude: 820m
Top of slopes: 1870m
Bottom of piste: 820m
Vertical drop: 1220m
Total length of trails:284km
Longest piste:7.5km
Set at the foot of the Wilder Kaiser Mountain range, Ellmau has a small population and so much classic Austrian charm that you’re unlikely to get through the week without donning Lederhosen or a dirndl. The village is built of the sturdy wood and stone structures you only find in the mountains, made picture-perfect by the central parish church. It’s not all about the aesthetics - you’ll find some excellent eateries, affordable après ski, and good quality chalets, hotels and apartments of all shapes, sizes an...
The resort has an excellent lift system connecting to the neighbouring villages of Going and Scheffau. It really comes into its own for beginners: children’s lessons take place in ‘Kinderland’ (next to the ski school office on Alte Straße 3) which is kitted out with magic carpets, snow plough area and mini slaloms. You’ll find a range of short, gentle blues at the bottom of the mountain leading down into Ellmau and Going, well protected and separate from the rest of the ski area. #100b from Astberg is a nic...
The local après is low key but merry, with Pub 66 easily winning the gong for most popular drink spot (trust us, after a few sherries the karaoke here starts looking a lot more appealing). Living up to Austria’s reputation for stein-swinging après. If you’re in the mood to warm up and relax, we love the Bettina - a gorgeous mountainside café in the perfect location for a family pit stop on the way back down the slopes - they do smashing hot chocolates and glühwein. Amongst the thirty-something re...

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