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Maria Alm

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97 % Recommendation rate:

Resort 8.6
Ski area 9.0
Information about the ski area
Hochkönig
Highest point: 1,900 m
Lowest point: 800 m
Altitude ski resort: 802 m
Lifts in total: 36
Tow lifts: 21
Chair lifts: 8
Gondola lift: 7
Pistes in total: 120 km
Pistes:
52 km
Pistes:
41 km
Pistes:
27 km
Ski routes: 8 km

Ski area Hochkönig

Ski area Hochkönig

The lift pass "Ski amadé" gives you access to a jaw-dropping 760 km of piste and 270 lifts (see ski region). In other words, one single lift pass allows you to use the piste in the regions "Salzburger Sportwelt", "Schladming-Dachstein", "Gastein", "Hochkönig" and "Großarltal". You will definitely get your money’s worth here!

The local ski area of Maria Alm, "Hochkönig" (2,941 m), is particularly well-known for its guarantee of snow. And if the snow does not fall as expected then snow machines, snow cannons, piste equipments and snow-making pond will make sure you have undisturbed skiing fun. 120 km of well-prepared pistes, 8 km of ski routes and 36 modern lifts are available at the child-friendly ski area. The hardest piste is the 1 km long Hochmaist descent. However, there are more challenging slopes at Aberg-Langeck (1, 900 m), but beginners get to join in the fun here, too. The snow park at Aberg with tables, slides and jumps is perfect for freestyle fans. Furthermore, the place offers some good freeriding opportunities. There is a ski bus that runs between the individual areas and which is free to all lift pass bearers.

The Königstour in the Hochkönig ski area is a beautiful ski route - and one of the longest in the Alps. The total length of 35 km can be explored in only one day, making it an ideal day excursion for the whole family. Since 2012, the Königstour connects the ski areas of Mühlbach, Dienten and Maria Alm. The Königstour was voted the winner of the best ski circuit 2014 by the website skiresort.de - the largest testing portal for ski areas worldwide. Starting from the winter season 2018/19, the mountain local to Maria Alm is also connected to the main skiing area in am Aberg: with this, a direct ski in/ski out connection from Maria Alm to the Königstour ski circuit is now possible.

Do you want to share your skiing day experiences with family and friends? No problem! In the Hochkönig ski area, several Wi-Fi hotspots are available to use. These provide you with uncomplicated and free-of-charge internet connections in fun parks, lift stations and ski huts. The Kings Cab is Austrias first mountain railway that is equipped with a Wi-Fi hotspot.
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Night skiing Maria Alm

Austria offers numerous poosibilities to go night skiing, also in Maria Alm at Hochkönig. Several times a week the piste at Simmerl lift is illuminated for night time skiing from 18:30 - 21:30. Apart from the piste where you can enjoy relaxed night time skiing fun, the Beginnerspark Natrun invites freestylers to let off steam. The evening pass for night skiing is available in resort. Those who have the "Hochkönig Card" guest card can go night skiing for free once per stay.

Another highlight in the evening is the snow show in the "Magic Area" at Simmerl lift which takes place from the end of December until mid-March every Tuesday from 21:00. Here you can enjoy formation skiing, freestyle and stunt performances as well as a torch relay and fireworks. Free admission.

Après ski Maria Alm

The umbrella bars at the Aberg valley station invite you to see out the day day on the piste in a sociable fashion. In neighbouring Dienten, good après ski can be found in e.g. the „Bründlstadl“. Those who want to keep the party going can head to “Dorfstadl” or in the “Riverside” bar in Maria Alm.

Those wanting to have a quieter time can pay a visit to one of the traditional restaurants, where your taste buds will be tantalized with local delicacies, such as Wiener Tafelspitz, Lammbratl (lamb roast) with dumplings or cheese fondue.

Besides skiing or snowboarding, you can still be active with a variety of ski tours and 85 km of winter hiking trails. Snow-shoe hiking is also a great alternative, as well as toboggan parties. In Maria Alm alone there are two illuminated toboggan runs that you can make use of. Water babies can let loose in the indoor pool.

Snowpark: Blue Tomato Kings Snowpark Maria Alm

The ski area Hochkönig comprises 3 different great snow parks! The most coveted of them is probably the "Blue Tomato Kings Park". It is 1.8 km long and begins directly at the mountain station of the 8-person lift "Kings Cab". The set-up is impressive: boxes, butter boxes, jibs, kickers, rails and tubes, as well as Special Obstacles don't leave anything to be desired, no matter whether you are a beginner or pro. After a challenging ride, you can relax with free Wi-Fi in the "Kings Cab" gondola while it brings you to the next line.

Those who would like to take advantage of the whole range of freestyle offers, there are two further parks. The "Snowpark Natrun" at the Simmerl lift is characterized by easy obstacles and is geared more towards beginners or children. The "Livingroom Snowpark" in Mühlbach, located at an altitude of 1,500 m at the foot of the Mandlwände mountain, is freshly shaped every day and offers a challenging ride for everyone with its advanced and beginner lines. Furthermore, 2 highlights are awaiting freestylers. The park has mirrors and live cams, as well as a great sound system. That way you can watch yourself do tricks and analyse them on-line afterwards, all while listening to some great tunes. Additionally, boarders and freeskiers have the opportunity to be professionally coached in freestyling twice weekly for a small fee.

Since the ski season 2014/15, a new offer for the Funslope am Amberg has been made available. The absolute highlight of the 850 m long run with tunnels, wave curves, small dig trenches and mascots is the giant snow snail shell, with a 30 m diameter.

The whole Ski amadé area comprises 14 snow parks and is therefore an absolute freestyle El Dorado!

Is the Hochkönig ski area not right for you? Then have a look here instead: Ski areas Austria

Expert rating report Hochkönig

The rating report Hochkönig comprises the main groups "Top rating categories", "Categories for special interests" and "Further rating categories" which all influence the overall result with their own count.

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(4.4 out of 5 stars)

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