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Alpendorf Ski Holidays

This beautiful Austrian ski resort is a great place for a skiing holiday, especially for families and couples. The traditional Austrian atmosphere coupled with the beautiful mountain location makes for a wonderful holiday. Alpendorf is a versatile, all-round ski resort that will cater to most skiers needs.





At a glance: • Liked to the Amade Ski Alliance • Great for beginner and intermediate skiers • Ideal for families and couples.

Great for: • Families • Great for beginner

This beautiful Austrian ski resort is a great place for a skiing holiday, especially for families and couples. The traditional Austrian atmosphere coupled with the beautiful mountain location makes for a wonderful holiday. Alpendorf is a versatile, all-round ski resort that will cater to most skiers needs.

Alpendorf Resort

This picturesque Austrian village is a 90 minute drive from the city of Salzburg within easy access from Salzburg, Klagenfurt and Ljubljana airports or St Johann Im Pongau train station if you’re travelling by rail.

It is located in the eastern region of the Austrian Alps. The highest point of the ski area is 1808 m and the resorts altitude is 800m. Alpendorf is a fairly small local ski resort that has good links to surrounding larger resorts. It is part of the Ski Amadé region of Austria which is a network of 28 ski areas. This means that you will be able to experience a variety of different ski resorts from one destination. The scenic location, alongside the charm and authenticity of the resort, makes this an amazing place to enjoy a skiing holiday. The resort boasts some of the best ski lifts around (with heated seats and drag runs for snowboarders) which provide connections to other ski resorts in the area. This is a particularly great place to learn to ski as the resort caters to new skiers with excellent beginners ski slopes.

Whether you want a cheap and cheerful ski holiday or a luxurious break in the snow then Alpendorf will have something to suit you.

Alpendorf is in an excellent location, with easy to access to surrounding ski resorts, including Kerschbaumer, Wagrain and Flachau. This means that visitors can easily attend other resorts and experience different types of ski terrain.

Stats & FAQ

Location: Austrian Ski Village, 90 minutes from Salzburg, located on the Eastern Alps.

Established: 1972

Open: Late November - mid April

Downhill: 33km

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Nearest Airport & Transfer Time:
Salzburg (SZG)90 mins
  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced
  • 30km 26%

  • 81km 71%

  • 4km 3%

Top Altitude:1808m
Bottom Altitude:740m
Resort Altitude:800m
Longest run:9km
Slope Orientation:NSEW
Vertical Drop:1015m
Skiable Vertical:1015m
Night Skiing:No
Glacier:Nearby in Kitzsteinhorn

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Downhill Runs:33km
Beginner slopes:26%
Advanced slopes:3%
Lift Pass Price: 6 day ski pass Adults €218.00
Nearby resorts: Kerschbaumer, Wagrain and Flachau.

Skiing/BoardingSkiing in Alpendorf

The ski resort is fairly small, but has excellent links to surrounding ski resorts. It is part of the Ski Amadé region, located in the Salzburg Sportwelt section which has a number of snow-sure ski resorts. This means that you can have access to 114 pistes and approximately 33km of runs, from Alpendorf, so if you never want to ski the same slope twice then this is the place for you! Alpendorf is particularly popular with beginner and intermediate skiers and whilst there is not so much choice for the expert skier, the slopes that are available are of an excellent quality and are fairly quiet so you can ski in peace. Skiers can also vary their ski experience by trying some cross country skiing as an alternative to the slopes.

The ski lifts are of an excellent quality and can connect you to Europe’s largest ski and snowboard network via The Amade Ski Alliance, which allows you to use ski lifts in 28 of Austria’s ski resorts! The lifts in the local ski area are fast and modern with an ability to move 56,000 people in an hour. This is excellent for skiers as it reduces waiting time, allowing you to spend less of your day queuing and more of your day on the slopes!

Alpendorf is also extremely popular with snowboarders, with terrain parks that contain half-pipes, gap jumps, rails and many more ‘boarding delights.

Alpendorf Apres Ski

The Austrians are known for hosting the best après ski and there’s an excellent selection of after ski activity to suit everybody’s tastes, whether you fancy a drink in a mountain hut or a dance in a bar. You’ll find five traditional mountain huts to enjoy a drink in and numerous restaurants where you can spend a pleasant evening. Après ski is a great way to mingle with fellow skiers and get to know the locals; it’s one of the best parts of skiing!

The Après Ski Bar is a hut that always offers an excellent night out. It’s is located directly next to the ski lifts making it an ideal place to start drinking once you’ve finished on the slopes. Every Thursday evening from 8pm the bar plays dance music and often has guest DJ’s so party goers are guaranteed a great night out. Friday evenings start early, with skiers attending an après ski party that starts at 3pm and goes on into the night. This is a great place to end your week of skiing dancing the night-away with fellow skiers!

Alpendorf has a number of great restaurants if you fancy a quiet winter warmer and some hearty nourishment rather than a full blown night out - there is nothing better than a good meal to warm you up after a day of skiing. There are plenty of restaurants to choose from suiting a variety of taste and Austrian cuisine is well worth a try!The majority of the restaurants are family friendly and will cater for children. If you fancy an intimate, romantic evening then Hotel Oberforsthof provides award winning fine dining and an atmosphere to match. Buchauhütte is an amazing mountain restaurant with wonderful views and delicious food. The restaurant works on a self-service basis and is a great way to spend a quiet evening whilst at the resort.

There are plenty of other activities to keep non-skiers entertained while the rest of your party is on the slopes. There are plenty of sporting facilities in the resort, so whether you are interested in football or tennis there will be something to suit you. If you fancy a relaxing day, there are some great options: the Diesel Cinema screens films in their original language every other Thursday so is a great place to go with the family and watch the latest blockbuster. Many of the hotels offer spa facilities so non-skiers can spend the day being pampered and join their party relaxed and rejuvenated in time for some après ski fun!

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The ski area is at a slightly lower altitude than your average Austrian ski resort meaning that snow fall cannot always be guaranteed but to tackle this, high-performance snow-making facilities are used to produce excellent quality snow throughout the ski season. If you’re booking a holiday well in advance, opt for early season or wait for a last-minute deal when the snowfall has been amazing - when the snow is good, it’s really good.

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