The ski resort in Radstadt-Altenmarkt is considered a favorite for those who want to spend a family vacation in the Salzburger Sportwelt, in the middle of Ski amadé. Against the backdrop of the Dachstein, 17 km of wide pistes and eight cable cars with practice lifts at the valley stations await you.
On Altenmarkt's Hochbifang mountain with its Radstadt-Altenmarkt ski area, every winter sports enthusiast will find their skiing challenge: on the 9 km of easy (blue), 7 km of medium (red) and 1 km of difficult (black) slopes, both beginners and experts will become real ski area fans. The 10-person Hochbifang cable car takes you directly from Altenmarkt to the Kemahdhöhe (1,561 m), the starting point for the clearly laid out family ski area with its broad slopes. Four lifts come together at the Kemahdhöhe.
A fun park with a timed course is a must for all those who want to challenge themselves during their family holidays. Numerous rustic ski huts invite you to stop for a bite to eat. The free ski bus runs regularly between the two ski areas of Altenmarkt and Zauchensee.
17 kilometres of slopes with 8 lifts await you in the Radstadt-Altenmarkt ski area.
There are 2 blue, 3 red and 1 black slopes.
Yes, the Radstadt-Altenmarkt ski area is considered an insider tip for anyone who wants to take a holiday with the family. In addition to the child-friendly slopes, the ski area also offers practice lifts, a children's paradise called "Fichtelland" (leave link) and a children's fun park.
Yes, two perfectly groomed ascent tracks to the Kemahdhöhe await you in the ski area. You can find all further information here.
Ski passes can be purchased either online, directly at the lift ticket office in the valley or at the lift ticket office by the marketplace in Altenmarkt.
Tip: With the new online early booking bonus you have the chance to secure your ski pass early at a lower price.
1. mark the accident site and secure the injured: stick the skis crosswise in the snow, about five to ten metres above the accident site. If you have any red or orange clothing with you, hang it over the crossed skis.
2. Organise help: The Austrian Mountain Rescue Service can be reached around the clock throughout Austria on the emergency number 140; alternatively, you can dial the Europe-wide emergency number 112. You should give the following information: the exact location of the accident, who and how many are injured, approximately when the accident happened and, if possible, the type of injury.
3. give first aid: talk to the accident victim and check vital signs.