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Most beginner-friendly ski resorts Australia

3 Test reports: Sorted according to evaluation criteria - Beginners

Altitude info
1365 m - 2037 m (Difference 672 m)
Slopes
70 km
7 km
60 km
3 km
Ski lifts
12
Lift ticket
AU$ 110,- / approx. € 75,- (Day ticket main season)
Towns/villages
Thredbo
Total result
3.4 of 5 Star
Beginners
5 of 5 Star
Altitude info
(1125 m   -) 1605 m - 2034 m (Difference 429 m)
Slopes
100 km
22 km
60 km
18 km
Ski lifts
41
Lift ticket
AU$ 118,- / approx. € 81,- (Day ticket main season)
Towns/villages
Jindabyne, Perisher Valley, Smiggin Holes
Total result
3.8 of 5 Star
Beginners
4 of 5 Star
Altitude info
1390 m - 1790 m (Difference 400 m)
Slopes
100 km
25 km
45 km
30 km
Ski lifts
22
Lift ticket
AU$ 113,- / approx. € 77,- (Day ticket main season)
Towns/villages
Mount Buller
Total result
3.7 of 5 Star
Beginners
4 of 5 Star
Test Reports
Highlights
Mountain restaurants, ski huts, gastronomy
Lifts and cable cars
Highlights
Families and children
Lifts and cable cars
Ski Special • Tips for the ski holiday
Events
Soelden
2015-04-23 – 2015-04-26
Hochzillertal
2014-12-07
Kitzbuehel
2015-01-23 – 2015-01-25
Lifts and Cable Cars
Zugspitze
Live Webcam
Kandahar slope - Garmisch
The spectacular Kandahar slope in Garmisch was the venue for the 1936 Olympic Games as well as the 1978 and 2011 World Cup Championships. Ambitious winter athletes can also make tracks on the legendary course with 1800 meters elevation on a 7 km length - an unforgettable experience! more...
Test Reports
Highlights
Ski resort size
Slope offering, run variety
Highlights
Après-ski
Snow reliability
Austria | Ski resort Hochzillertal
As of December 2013, there will be a new 6-person chairlift and a new 8-person chairlift at Hochzillertal. Both lifts will be equipped with weather protectors and seat heaters. more...
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