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Alpine Skiing

Ski Amadé, Austria's biggest ski paradise, invites you to shred some powder! Whether beginner, intermediate, or pro, everyone can find their favorite slope here. The Schladming "home mountain" - the Planai, located just outside the hotel, is the center of the 4-mountain ski area.

Skifahrt auf einer der Pisten in der Region Schladming-Dachstein
Ski Alpin Abfahrt
Beratung und Verleih der Skiausrüstung in der Nähe des TUI BLUE pule Schladming
Eine Skipiste in Österreich bei traumhaftem Winterwetter

Planai Hochwurzen  The Planai is located right in the heart of the Dachstein-Tauern region and forms the center of the Schladming 4-mountain ski area. Athletic skiers and downhill racers are in their element on the Planai. The widest pistes in the region will astound you. Legendary: the 4.6 kilometre-long FIS downhill slope from the Planai summit to the valley that culminates in the famous Planai Trail. But even more leisurely skiers will feel at home on the inviting, wide slopes and in the cosy huts. Planai is like the Hotel TUI BLUE Schladming - sporty, young, and dynamic!

Ski Amadé  The Schladming-Dachstein region has connected Salzburg Sportwelt, Gastein, Hochkönig, and Grossarl Valley to Ski Amadé. Austria's biggest ski paradise offers 860 kilometres of slopes with just one ticket. The advantage: the ticket for all five costs no more than a ticket for one ski region, making it an incredible value for your money. Winter travellers can therefore look forward to a range of choices, which is unique in the Alps.

Info Not sure which slope is best for you? The BLUE Guides in the TUI BLUE Schladming are here to help.

Hotel: TUI BLUE Schladming, Austria

Planai-Hochwurzen Overview

  • 126 fine pistes
  • 98 cableways
  • Over 75 cosy huts
  • Modern snow cannons guarantee snow  

Ski Amadé Overview

  • 860 km of slopes for all skill levels
  • 270 modern lifts
  • This translates to 145 easy slopes (280 km), 181 moderate slopes (483 km), and 30 difficult slopes (97 km)
  • Over 260 rustic and cosy ski huts and mountain restaurants