Diedamskopf Ski Resort

Diedamskopf is the perfect 'small' Austrian ski resort.
Diedamskopf ski resort is perfect for powder!
Perfect for uncrowded piste trails!
Perfect for top to bottom valley trails
A small number of lifts serve a surprising amount of terrain at Diedamskopf.
Skiing on or off piste at Diedamskopf, Austria is great fun.
Ski route 22 at Diedamskopf is a super valley run into Schoppernau.
The learn-to-ski area at Diedamskopf or nearby Au provide safe, sheltered lifts & slopes
Diedamskopf ski resort base in Schoppernau village has all services.
The La Cucina Della Nonna restaurant in Schoppernau almost disappeared during the Powderhounds visit
On-mountain restaurants serve excellent quality food at Diedamskopf.
Find your own piece of piste paradise at Diedamskopf ski resort, Austria
Diedamskopf is family friendly as well as Powderhound friendly!
Deep in the questionable zone, skiing powder at Diedamskopf resort.
Diedamskopf ski resort gondola above the base at Schoppernau
Skiing Diedamskopf, Austria
Freshies under the lift is always a good sign.
Even the local dairy cows agree- Diedamskopf is an awesome ski resort!
Powder to the people at Diedamskopf, Schoppernau, Austria
Ski Diedamskopf, Vorarlberg Austria

Diedamskopf Ski Resort

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     Diedamskopf Ski Trail Map
  • Diedamskopf Ski Trail Map
  • Vertical (m)
    840m – 2,060m (1,220m)
  • Average Snow Fall
  • Lifts (6)
    1 Cable car
    2 Chairlifts
  • Ski Hours
    Mid December to early April
    8:45am to 4:15pm
  • Terrain Summary
    Runs – 40km
    Longest run – 10km
    Advanced - 23%
    Intermediate - 45%
    Beginner - 32%
  • Lift Pass Price (Day Ticket 18/19)
    Adult - €44.50
    Child - €25.50
    Child u/6yr – Free

Diedamskopf Ski Resort Austria

Diedamskopf ski resort is a sneaky powder stash above the village of Schoppernau in snowy Vorarlberg, Austria. Wedged between Damuels & Warth Schroecken ski resorts, Diedamskopf provides plenty of powder on its 1200m skiable vertical.

Diedamskopf is not just about powder skiing. It provides a quintessential Austrian 'small' ski resort experience in a delightful rural village. Vorarlberg has all the skiing & snowboarding that one could wish for, but if looking for something else, Schoppernau provides a relaxing snow holiday location without all the hustle & bustle of larger ski resorts & towns.

Diedamskopf Skiing & Snowboarding Terrain

For a 'small' Austrian ski resort, Diedamskopf skis BIG & while it any not have the expert or extreme terrain of nearby St Anton, neither does it have the crowds & competition for freshies on a powder day.

A 2-stage gondola, two chairlifts & surface tows in the learn-to -ski area provide the uphill transport. Two additional surface tows in the upper mountain are largely redundant for all intents & purposes. See the Diedamskopf ski trail map here.

Piste terrain is largely low to high intermediate - despite what they may be rated! Some fun advanced piste & beautiful ski routes keep the upper echelons entertained. When there is powder, just enjoy. It is not too difficult to work out where the best snow is. As with anywhere, be wary of just following tracks - you may end up in the weeds or worse! More to come...

Snow & Weather

Diedamskopf's location provides one of its great strengths - high volumes of natural snow. The Vorarlberg is one of Europe's snowiest regions. Annual snowfalls in the surrounding mountains are up near the 10m mark, as good as it gets in most ski regions of the world. A a result we only caught fleeting glimpses of the alleged stupendous views across the mountains from the summit!

During the Powderhounds visit in January 2019, it snowed heavily every day for a week. Associated avalanche dangers impacted some lift operations, but who doesn't love it when it pewks snow & you can ski waist deep pow! A fatality did occur in the off-piste during our visit - emphasising the need for anyone free-riding to be aware of the dangers & ski terrain appropriate to the local avalanche conditions. if in doubt get a guide.

It is not all bouquets for Diedamskopf though. The low relatively low base area can be 'climate challenged' at either end (& during) the season. Aside from the beginner ski area at the base, there is zero snow-making in the resort. The all natural snow provides supreme quality snow on the piste & is noticeable different to nearby resorts that use snow making to form piste trail bases.

New visitors may be alarmed to see obvious signs of small avalanches around the ski resort base. These occur every season & are due to a combination of temperature change & lack of ground cohesion. The snowpack in these locations moves slowly down the hill & are only a concern for freeriders ignorant of the terrain. Simply observation from the car park will inform most!

Where is Diedamskopf, Austria?

The Diedamskopf ski resort is in the state of Vorarlberg, Austria. The resort towers over the village of Schoppernau at its base. The nearest major cities & transport hubs are Bregenz (50km by road northwest) & Bludenz (42km by road south). Closest airports are Zurich & Innsbruck (both 2hr+ away) or Munich (3hr+ by road).

Schoppernau is accessible by bus via Dornbirn or Bregenz railway stations, however the easiest travel option is probably direct private transfer from the airport or major city with a railway station. Search & book all transfers here >>>

Diedamskopf Accommodation

The village of Schoppernau is at the base of Diedamskopf & provides a wonderful range of hotel, guesthouse & apartment accommodation, many attached to the beautiful local farm houses. Perfectly located accommodations include Haus Albrecht, Hotel Elisabeth & the Schrannenhof Apartments. Near the centre of the town, Hotel Gasthof Adler is the 'go to' proposition.

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Anyone with their own transport or willing to catch the excellent local bus (free with a guest card) can stay in the nearby villages of Au or Mellau & ski resort villages including Damuels & Warth-Schroecken.


The Powderhounds skied Diedamskopf in January 2019. It was awesome. Stay tuned for our photos & insights.

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