Skiing is fun! Tauplitz, Ausseerland | © Steiermark Tourismus | ikarus.cc

Skiing in Styria

From almost 3,000 metres to 200 metres, from the Dachstein to the south - in winter, Styria provides kilometres of ski slopes, powder snow runs and 'firn' snow to free-riders, carvers, boarders and all those who enjoy skiing. The ski areas in Styria make the green heart of Austria snow white in winter with their cable cars and chair lifts, children's lifts, night slopes and toboggan runs.


The top ski areas await with all the extras –  if Old Mother Frost is away on ski holiday – as well as very modern snowmaking equipment. The small, but fine ski areas in turn are a little off the beaten track and exude the original charm of Styria. There is no other place where you can enjoy such a wide range of ski offers: from the highest peaks to the fascinating valleys between Planai, Stuhleck and Kreischberg – from the culinary delights in the ski huts and on their sunny terraces to the sporting events, such as the FIS Alpine Ski and Snowboard World Cup or the annual night race in Schladming.

Styria Provides the Heartbeat

Special Olympics 2017
Under the motto "Heartbeat for the World", Austria has the great honour of being the host for the world's largest sports and social event, the Special Olympics World Winter Games 2017, for people with learning difficulties. 3,000 athletes from 110 countries will compete in nine different sports at the venues of Graz, Schladming and Ramsau am Dachstein from 14-25 March. Admission to the competitions is free!
Routing on the hiking route "from the glacier to the wine" at Klöch | © Steiermark Tourismus | ikarus.cc

The Weather in Styria

Your holiday weather in Styria
Whether sun, rain, wind or snow, you can plan and organise your holiday perfectly with the up-to-date weather forecast in Styria.