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Ski touring in Schladming-Dachstein

Guided ski tours on the Dachstein and in the Niedere Tauern

Whether short, sharp downhill rides, longer, more challenging tours or perhaps something a little more laid-back, the Schladming-Dachstein Region has the right tour in store for everyone. Freeriders find plenty of opportunities on the Dachstein, while the ski mountains of the Reiteralm, Hochwurzen and Planai also offer beautiful and, in some cases, quite challenging variant skiing.

The Dachstein - Austria's touring Eldorado

The wide selection of ski tours makes the Dachstein quite exceptional. 16 ski tours, valley traverses and steep downhill stages can all be tackled from the Dachstein mountain station and from Ramsau. The absolute highlight: the Dachstein Traverse, leading you directly to Hallstatt or Obertraun. The National Ski Tour is 25 km long, well-maintained and even suitable for beginners.

Heli Rettensteiner - our partner for ski touring and mountain sports

Together with our partner "Heli Rettensteiner", you can discover the different faces of mountain sports and simultaneously explore the magnificent alpine world  flanking the Dachstein. The opportunities are diverse, offering something for everyone, whether beginner or expert.

Heli Rettensteiner Mountaineering & Adventure

Heli Rettensteiner - our partner for ski touring and mountain sports

Heli Rettensteiner Mountaineering & Adventure

Together with our partner "Heli Rettensteiner", you can discover the different faces of mountain sports and simultaneously explore the magnificent alpine world  flanking the Dachstein. The opportunities are diverse, offering something for everyone, whether beginner or expert.

Exploring on skis away from the pistes.

Adventures and nature experiences.

Equipment and Safety Tips

  • Always read and check the avalanche conditions and weather forecasts – adapt and even cancel your tours accordingly 
  • Are all participants in the right physical and health condition to go on the tour?
  • Bring along: avalanche transponder, mobile phone, avalanche shovel, avalanche probe, first-aid kit, plenty to eat and drink, potentially a change of clothing 
  • Equipment can be rented from local sports stores in the region.
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