Schladming Travel Guide
Schladming Ski Resort
- Nearest town: Salzburg
- Resort Altitude (metres): 745m
- Ski Season: December to March
- Mountain Range: The Alps
- Number of Lifts: 88
- Highest Lift (metres): 1900m
- Lowest Lift (metres): 745m
- Snowboarding: Yes: park
- Cross Country (km): 300km
Schladming Ski Information
The town of Salzburg offers visitors a numerous selection of attractions, should they wish to take a break from skiing. The Carolino Augusteum-Volkskundemuseum is an excellent place to start off a day of sightseeing. The museum is home to an interesting collection of local folk art and depicts religious beliefs and traditional costumes. Another place which is definitely worth a visit is Hellbrunn Palace which is situated on Furstenweg. The palace was built during the 17th century and features one of the oldest formal baroque-style gardens in Europe. The Salzburger Tiergarten Hellbrunn is a wonderful place to go to enjoy a family outing. The zoo is home to a diverse selection of animals, ranging from otters and white rhinoceros to antelope, cheetahs and griffin vultures.
- Languages: German Turkish Slovenian Croatian English
- Temperatures: 6°C
- Driving: Drivers drive on the right-hand side of the road
- Emergency contact numbers: All Emergencies : 112/122
- Population: 4800
- Religion: 88% Roman Catholic 6% Protestant
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The Apre Ski scene is pretty relaxed and consists mainly of a small selection of bars and clubs and a couple of nice restaurants. There is also a bowling alley and an ice rink available. The resort has a sports and leisure center which is equipped with a large indoor swimming pool and a sauna. There are also stunning walking trails, as well as paragliding facilities available.
The Schladming Ski resort is situated in the center of the Dachstein-Tauern region, one of the most beautiful mountain areas in Austria. The resort hosts an excellent ski school, making the resort mainly favoured by beginners and intermediates. The resort also caters well for snowboarders, offering them hours of entertainment in a well equipped boarding park. The Apre ski scene is pretty relaxed, consisting mainly of a couple of restaurants and a few bars and clubs.
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