Ski Lifts in Schladming

Schladming’s 4-Hills Ski Area has an intricate but efficient lift system of 52 ski lifts. It’s part of the wider Dachstein-Tauern ski region featuring 109 ski lifts and 223km of piste.

Schladming Ski Lifts 

The Dachstein-Tauern region lift system itself includes 1 cable car, 8 gondolas, 25 chairlifts, 57 drag lifts and 18 magic carpet lifts for children spanning nine ski mountains: the 4-Hills Ski Area of Hauser Kaibling, Planai, Hochwurzen and Reiteralm plus four satellite ski areas – Fageralm, Galsterberg, Stoderzinken, Rittisberg – and the Dachstein glacier.

The central Planai ski area has the busiest lift network – modern, mainly high-capacity chairs serving blue and red runs that snake down through woodland. Planai is reached by a gondola from the edge of town. Alternatively, you can drive up to a car park just below the mid-station.

A ski shuttle bus runs connects the lift stations along the valley floor and is free for ski lift pass holders.

Lift Passes

A single lift ticket covers not only all 109 ski lifts in Dachstein-Tauern but a total of 276 ski lifts throughout the five different ski regions that make up the vast Amadé Ski Alliance which includes Dachstein Tauern and four other ski regions with 30 cable cars/gondolas, 74 chairlifts and 172 surface lifts serving 860km of runs across an area so vast as to be almost meaningless except for resort co-operation and marketing purposes.




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