Ski-Austria.com brings you an independent analysis of Austria's top ski resorts. With resort maps and plans of the ski runs, with lists of the top hotels in the resorts and with a rundown of the best road and rail routes to each ski resort and the most convenient airport.
And, above all, fresh ski photos - with the images of the villages in winter and of the ski areas that will tempt any skier to choose Austria as a destination.
Lastly, Ski-Austria has been to each resort and has skied the runs so the description is one you can trust.
Now that the Carnival is over and the busy school holiday period is drawing to a close, it's one of the best times in the winter to book a quick break in Austria. The snow depths are good all over the country while cold temperatures have kept the quality of the runs in good shape.
Skiing should be good through into March should conditions remain the same and the early date of Easter means that most Austrian ski resorts will be staying open through to the holiday. Suggestions for holiday destinations around that time can be found in our Easter skiing article.
Other higher resorts will be staying open for most of April - those looking for a last chance at skiing before the summer might want to take a look at our article about late ski breaks in Austria.
With all of the resorts, village accommodation availability can be checked from the search boxes on the skiing and travel pages. For some of the bigger resorts availability can be checked for individual hotels on the hotels page.
In the meantime, we hope you find this site useful in dreaming about your Austrian ski holiday and that you can use it to discover the best Austrian ski resort for your winter holiday. As always, if you have any questions, send us a quick mail. We can't arrange your entire holiday for you, but maybe we can point you in the direction of a resort which is suitable.
The map below shows which ski resorts are covered on this site - currently we have resorts in the Vorarlberg, the Tyrol, Salzburg and Styria (not forgetting a page on the ski resorts closest to Vienna as well):
The map can be zoomed in and out and moved using the controls on the left to see the ski resorts in more detail. Alternatively, use the navigation to the left to see the ski resorts listed in an order which (roughly!) goes from east to west.
And, of course, don't forget to take a look at our Articles section, which has attempted to answer some of the most commonly-asked questions about skiing in Austria.
If you have decided on Europe but haven't yet made a final decision on choosing Austria as your ski destination, then feel free to take a look over at the ski coverage by our friends on the other side of the Alps at About-France.com. Check out their winter analysis here: Skiing in the French Alps
Ski-Austria.com is a labour of love written by a former journalist with years of experience in the travel industry and in ski resorts all over the world. A qualified Tyrolean mountain walking guide and ski instructor, plenty of knowledge of the mountains of Austria has gone into these pages covering some of the best ski resorts in the Alps.
If you have any questions about Ski-Austria.com or if you would like to know more about the different resorts on offer in the country, then please feel free to contact .