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Skiing Spital at the Semmering/Stuhleck

The Stuhleck near Spital am Semmering in Styria is at 1783 m, the highest mountain on the eastern edge of the Alps and the largest ski resort in Eastern Austria. In 1892, the Stuhleck was the first peak to have been climbed with skis. This pioneering feet made the region surrounding Semmering one of the first winter sports areas in Austria and is still referred to as the "cradle of winter sports" today.
The Spital region at Semmering-Stuhleck is a true paradise for every ski and snow fan. You are chauffeured up the mountain with detachable 4 and 6 person comfort chair lifts and can enjoy a total of 24 km of slopes with guaranteed snow. All of the slopes on the Stuhleck feature the most modern snow-making equipment.
The tireless can extend their ski day during "Stuhleck Night Ride" until the late evening hours on the floodlit slope at the Sonnen lift. The entire Snowboard Funpark is also included in the night skiing slope!

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Total: 9
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Elevation info 868 m - 2118 m (Difference 1250 m)
Slopes 40 km
Ski lifts
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Lift ticket € 41.50 (Day ticket main season)
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Elevation info 1301 m - 2902 m (Difference 1601 m)
Slopes 55 km
Ski lifts
  • 12
Lift ticket € 42,- (Day ticket main season)
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