Sporty carving fans can enjoy the new and wider slopes at selective 700 elevation meters at the Mitterstein lift. Freeriders can discover unexplored terrain because the "kleine Sued" (small South) is even more accessible now thanks to the Mitterstein lift. There are many wide slopes of all difficulty levels on the Tauplitz. These lead down through forest aisles in the lower part of the resort. The upper part of the ski resort is just above the treeline. Beginners will also find their slopes at the Tauplitz Alm.
|Easy ||18 km (43 %) |
|Intermediate ||18 km (43 %) |
|Difficult ||6 km (14 %) |
- Marked ski routes 2 km
Ski route on the Lawinenstein
|Worth knowing || |
- Artificial snow-making
135 Snow cannons
99 % of the slopes have snow-making capabilities
- Valley run available
Valley runs lead to Tauplitz and Bad Mitterndorf. However, you must take a ski bus from Bad Mitterndorf back to the ski resort.
- just above tree line
- under tree line
- Lawinenstein-Tauplitz · Length 6 km · Elevation difference 1069 m
- Lawinenstein-Bad Mitterndorf valley run · Length 6 km · Elevation difference 1153 m
Attention: A ski bus runs from Bad Mitterndorf to the Mitterstein cable car. There is no lift going directly up from Bad Mitterndorf.
Most difficult run
- No. 27 Mitterstein (difficult) · Length 1 km · Elevation difference 350 m
- No. 23 Lawinenstein
- No. 1 Tauplitz valley run
- No. 3 connection Tauplitz-Bad Mitterndorf valley run
Suggested routes through ski resort
- The Grosse Almrunde (large Alm circuit tour) leads through almost the entire Tauplitz ski resort and you can begin the tour either at the Tauplitz quad chairlift or at the 8-person Mitterstein gondola lift.
- The Panoramarund (panorama circuit tour) offers great views with the 360° panorama from the Lawinenstein as well as the views of the Grimming and the Dachstein Glacier.
|Snowparks || |
- No snow park/fun park
- No halfpipe
|Highlights || |
Ski day reproduced in internet (Lifts used, elevation meters and slope kilometers skied) -
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