Sporty carving fans can look forward to a selective 700 metres of elevation on the wide slopes around the Mittersteinbahn lift, while freeriders can seek out unexplored terrain, thanks to easier access to the “Kleine Süd” with the Mittersteinbahn lift. In general, there are lots of wide slopes at all difficulty levels on the Tauplitz. These lead down through forest glades in the lower part of the resort. The upper part of the ski resort is just above the treeline. Beginners can also find many easy slopes on the Tauplitzalm. The slopes receive lots of sunshine.
Total: 43 km
Ski route on the Lawinenstein
Artificial snow-making 150 Snow cannons 99 % of the slopes have snow-making capabilities
Valley run available Valley runs lead to Tauplitz and Bad Mitterndorf. However, from Bad Mitterndorf, the only way back to the ski resort is to take the ski bus.
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 N.B.: a ski bus runs from Bad Mitterndorf to the Mitterstein lift. No lift runs directly from Bad Mitterndorf.
Most difficult run
Mitterstein (difficult) · Length 1 km · Elevation difference 350 m The slope runs beside the Mittersteinbahn lift (2nd section) steeply down towards the valley.
Lawinenstein slopes The superb Lawinenstein slopes were widened once again in 2017 to include a new piste variant.
Tauplitz valley run
Tauplitz-Bad Mitterndorf valley run connection
Suggested routes through ski resort
The Grosse Almrunde circuit leads you through almost the entire ski resort of Tauplitz and starts either at the Tauplitz quad chairlift or the Mitterstein 8-person gondola lift.
The Panoramarunde circuit offers great 360° panoramic views from the Lawinenstein as well as views of Grimming, the Totes Gebirge and the Dachstein.
No snow park/fun park
Skiline Ski day reproduced in internet (Lifts used, elevation meters and slope kilometers skied) -
Additional Offerings jump start: be first on the slopes at the weekly “jump start” (früh start).