Major resorts in Austria

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Innsbruck

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Stay in a small, historic, cultured city and visit a different ski area every day, including one of Austria’s best glacier areas

Ischgl

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Ischgl’s slopes are more like those of a purpose-built French resort than a typical Tirolean place – high, snow-sure and fab for intermediates. It can’t compete with the big boys in terms of extent…

Kaprun

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Apart from providing Zell’s snow guarantee, the Kitzsteinhorn glacier, Kaprun is a resort in its own right. The village is a sprawling but lively place, with a smart new leisure complex nearby. Getting…

Lanersbach

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Lanersbach is a spacious, attractive village, largely unspoiled by the busy road up to Hintertux that passes the main lift. It makes an appealing and quiet base for exploring the resorts of the Zillertal…

Lech

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Lech and linked Zürs – in Vorarlberg, but sharing a lift pass with St Anton over the Arlberg pass in Tirol – are the most fashionable resorts in Austria, each able to pull in Porsche-borne Germans…

Mayrhofen

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Mayrhofen is easy to like – a neat, polished, animated village in a pleasant rural setting – and we always enjoy our visits. In the past, we’ve been grateful that we’ve been able to dodge the Penken…

Nauders

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A rustic village remotely set high up on the border with Italy (and close to Switzerland) – a good base for an international tour by car

Neustift

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Neustift is an attractive traditional Tirolean village and the closest major base to Austria’s largest glacier area – the Stubaier Gletscher. Its proximity to Innsbruck makes the area a good choice…

Niederau

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Niederau is the main resort in the Wildschönau and has long been a favourite resort with British families. Given decent snow, it is a good area for beginners and intermediates. It is quite spread out,…

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