Schladming 4 Berge Ski Resort
Schladming $ Berge ski resort  © Hauser Kaibling
Schladming $ Berge ski resort © Hauser Kaibling
Skiing at Hochwurzen, part of Schladming 4 Berge  © Peter Burgstaller
Skiing at Hochwurzen, part of Schladming 4 Berge © Peter Burgstaller
Almwelt Austria Chalets are ski-in ski-put above Pichl in the 4 Berge ski area
Almwelt Austria Chalets are ski-in ski-put above Pichl in the 4 Berge ski area

Schladming 4 Berge Ski Resort

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Schladming 4 Berge Ski Resort Austria

Schladming ski resort is the main prize in a collection of 4 ski lift companies interlinked across 4 mountain peaks in central Austria. Otherwise known as 4-Berge, the north-facing terrain has a solid skiable vertical of over 1250m, 46 lifts & around 127km of piste trails. Part of the greater Schladming Dachstein ski region, lift passes are valid in a host of local ski areas & Ski amadé resorts.

See the Schladming ski trail map here.

The low elevation base at 745m can be challenging in warmer winters, but snow-making, a shaded northerly aspect & loads of upper mountain terrain balance the equation. Access to the ski area is superb via rail at Schladming & Pichl and by car almost anywhere. No high mountain passes to negotiate here!

Where is Schladming Austria?

The Schladming ski resort is in the upper Enns river valley (Ennstal) of central Austria, in the state of Styria. Only 100km by road south of beautiful Salzburg, Schaldming is close to a host of major European cities, with Munich only 2½hr drive.

Gateway airports are Munich (MUC) & Salzburg (SZG). Salzburg airport only accepts flights from origins within Europe or the UK. Another alternative to Salzburg would be Innsbruck (INN) airport.

Rail is the recommended mode of travel to Schladming. The ski resort is served by no less than 3 train stations, including Schladming, Pichl b.Schladming & Haus im Ennstal. Hourly direct trains from Salzburg (direction Graz) make the journey to Schladming in a little over 1½hr. Trains from Munich, Innsbruck & Zurich can all easily reach Schladming.

Search & book train tickets to Schladming here.

Schladming Accommodation

Whilst Schladming might dominate the central section of the 4 Berge ski area, a wide range of valley villages & towns are close enough to the action to be utilised for overnight accommodation. At the western end of the resort is Pichl, second to Schladming in the preferential stakes. At the eastern end of the resort, Haus im Ennstal is the third base village option. All are accessible by train from anywhere in Austria.

Search & book all Schladming ski accommodation here.

To the west of the resort 12km form Pichl, Radstadt is the pick of the alternatives. Its vibrant, historic town centre, railway station & proximity to not only Schladming, but also Obertauern, make it an excellent base of operations from which to explore the entire region.

Search & book Radstadt accommodation here.


The Powderhounds will hopefully review Schladming in the coming season. Stay tuned for our sparkling repartee, new photos & insights.

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Tours in or near Schladming

Safari (Road Trip) Tours

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Fully hosted & guided deluxe private ski tour taking in six premier Austrian & German ski resorts over 9 days. Stay in 4 & 5-star hotels, enjoy the all inclusive meals & be transported by luxury van to each new destination. Private groups only for up to 10 people - apply for your best dates.
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