Wagrain is a cozy alpine village nestled in the valley of the Ski Amadé resorts, one of the largest ski resort networks in Europe. The modern ski lift system will take you all the way up to the top of the Grafenberg and the Griessenkareck mountains, and gives you access to a wide variety of other ski resorts within close proximity of Ski Amadé.

Wagrain is part of Austria’s biggest ski area that consists of 860 kilometres of perfectly groomed slopes, 260 modern lifts, 220 kilometres of cross-country skiing tracks, picturesque winter hiking trails and enough après-ski to satisfy all tastes. The lift system in Wagrain is one-of-a-kind - it’s constructed in a way that there’s hardly ever a queue, the seats are heated and the lifts run nonstop. One aspect that makes Wagrain stand out from its competitors is that its heart truly beats for its younger visitors.

Top quality ski lessons with Skimundi

Wagrain generally is a perfect destination to brush up your skiing skills and the ski instructors of Ski- und snowboardschule Wagrain will be happy to pass on all the skills needed, to make your ski holiday in Wagrain unforgettable. Skimundi's core ambiton is to let you enjoy your skiing holiday as much as possible while still prioritizing safety.


A cozy and lively village

If you want to take a little break from skiing, Wagrain has a lot of other fun activities to offer. A ski holiday in Wagrain automatically includes an authentic Austrian atmosphere! Drink Glühwein at the Christmas market in December, visit an igloo or top off the evening by riding a typically Austrian sledge under a starlit sky after enjoying a nice dinner at one of Wagrain's cozy family-run restaurants.

We arrange instructors in collaboration with our sister company Snowminds. Read more about Snowminds here.

Destination facts

16 km
Blue Slopes
16 km
Red Slopes
2 km
Black Slopes
Total Slopes 120 km
Top Altitude
Bottom Altitude
Drag lifts
Chair Lifts
16 Dec
Season Start
21 Apr
Season Finish