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Skiing holiday in Radstadt in Ski amadé, Austria
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Skiing in the Ski amadé network
Skiing in the Ski amadé network, skiing in Radstadt

Sparkling snow, perfectly groomed slopes, and brilliant sun will make every skier's heart race. Gründlers Sporthotel is an ideal starting point for your skiing holiday, centrally located in the Ski amadé network and near Obertauern. The top ski resorts in Austria are virtually on your doorstep here. And best of all...with our free VIP-shuttle you can happily leave your car at the hotel!

Your benefits on a skiing holiday at Sporthotel Gründlers:
  •  Many top ski areas in the immediate vicinity
  • Free VIP-shuttle to the ski areas
  • Ski passes available from reception (starting from the 2-day ski pass for the Ski amadé network)
  • Convenient ski rental, only 5 minutes away from the hotel
  • Ski rental discount at Intersport Rappl or Sport Pichler (Königslehen valley station) for our guests
  • Green Orange ski school in the village (next to the Königslehen valley station )
  • We can organize ski rentals and ski school for you
  • Heated storage for your skis and boots
The family-friendly ski resort of Radstadt

The Radstadt-Altenmarkt ski area is an ideal skiing venue for families and beginners. You can look forward to broad ski slopes, the "Playground Snow" kids fun park, lifts for beginners and children, as well as a timed run. For fortification and relaxation between runs, the quaint and cozy ski huts and taverns provide refreshment. There is, of course, also a ski school with highly trained ski instructors in the family skiing area at the Königslehen valley station.  The Green Orange Ski School is happy to teach you and your loved ones to ski or to improve your skiing style. With our hotel’s VIP-shuttle, you are just 5 minutes from the skiing area.

Skiing in Radstadt
Ski lift in Radstadt
Ski amadé network

Gründlers Sporthotel is located in the middle of one of the biggest skiing networks in Austria, the Ski amadé network. There are many top ski resorts nearby such as Flachau, Zauchensee, Alpendorf, Schladming or the Reiteralm – to name but a few. The Ski amadé network ski ticket combines a total of 760 km of slopes and 270 lifts in 25 winter sport resorts within Salzburg and Styria. So, of course there is something here for everyone: blue hills for beginners, red slopes for connoisseurs and black slopes for the most agile and experienced skiers.

Obertauern skiing area

If the phrase ‘snow-guarantee’ had not already been coined, it probably would have to be invented for Obertauern. From the beginning of November until the beginning of May you simply do not have to worry about snow, but just know it will be there as a matter of course as part of the special Obertauern winter wonderland. 26 lifts and 100 km of pistes await you – and as if that wasn’t enough, there’s also a fantastic winter panorama, many traditional ski huts serving food, and last but not least an après ski scene known and renowned far beyond the borders of the country. The Obertauern ski area is only 20 minutes from our hotel.

Hotel VIP-shuttle directly to the ski areas

Our comfortable hotel buses run daily and free of charge directly to the snow-guaranteed skiing region of your choice: Radstadt, Zauchensee, Flachau, Obertauern, Wagrain, Schladming, Fageralm and Reiteralm and returning to the hotel.

Freeride skiing
Freeride skiing in Radstadt

Time for an adventure with that most perfect form of mountaineering. Every winter new followers try this terrific skiing and natural experience far away from the normal slopes, with the final reward of a dream descent on feather-soft powder snow. But be aware, there’s always a small risk of avalanche and it’s often difficult to predict. Good training and experience are therefore essential to minimize this risk.


Doch es ist auch Vorsicht geboten. Ein Restrisiko durch die oft schwer einzuschätzende Lawinengefahr ist immer gegeben. Gute Ausbildung und Erfahrung sind daher unerlässlich um dieses Restrisiko so gering wie möglich zu halten.

Telemarking

The origin of skiing... Originally from Norway and named after the region where the skiing pioneer Sondre Nordheim invented this swing-style more than 100 years ago. You kneel into the mountain-facing ski by lifting up the heel of the rear foot thus pushing forward the valley-facing ski. Skiing with this free-heel-method guarantees all winter sports enthusiasts a unique skiing experience where carving, moguls, powder, and more is possible.

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