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Ski rental Styria

Although Styria is known as the green heart of Austria, it also looks great in white winter splendour. The province is known for its wine-growing regions, diverse nature - and of course Arnold Schwarzenegger.


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Ski holiday
in Styria

Thanks to the mountainous landscape, winter sports fans will find many opportunities to pursue their hobby. The choice is huge and ranges from skiing, snowboarding and ski touring to cross-country skiing. Discover the best ski resorts in Styria and spend a varied skiing holiday with first-class winter sports opportunities.

  • State-of-the-art lifts and facilities
  • Lots of fun tobogganing - even uphill tobogganing is available
  • Ski areas of various sizes, suitable for all skill levels and interests

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Over 20,000 TOP ratings per season from our customers

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Ieen B. - Feichten/Kaunertal, April 2024
Auch zu Saisonende freundliche und hilfsbereite Mitarbeiter! Alle Wünsche erfüllt. Skibindungen gewissenhaft eingestellt!

Hartmut B. - Wagrain, April 2024
Super freundlicher Empfang, top Beratung und tolles Material!!! Rundum zufrieden
Anna F. - Obertauern, April 2024
Wie immer waren wir sehr zufrieden. Das Personal war flink, freundlich und hat sehr gut beraten.
Anja B. - Matrei, April 2024
We have used this shop before- really good- helpful, knowledgable and friendly. We will be booking again for next year!
Colin M. - St. Anton, April 2024
Super Service und sehr freundliches Personal. Tolle Auswahl an Verleih Material und unkomplizierte Abwicklung 👍
Matthaeus S. - Bramberg am Wildkogel, March 2024
Ein super nettes und kompetentes Team. Hat richtig Spaß gemacht. Sie schicken sogar vergessene Kleinigkeiten zurück in die Heimat des Kunden. Alles 1a.
Wolfgang K. - Königsleiten-Wald, March 2024
War alles super und unkompliziert …
Ariane S. - Kühtai, March 2024
Super Service, weiter so!

Kai-Uwe G. - Großarl, March 2024
Klasse Beratung, da hat jemand richtig Ahnung was er da macht. Danke an Harry bei dem ich gleich noch paar Skischuhe gekauft habe. Top Beratung und klasse Kerl.
Sven Q. - St. Gallenkirch, March 2024
Gute Beratung, freundliches Personal, sehr strukturiert.

Alexander B. - See im Paznaun, March 2024
Leuk geholpen, leuke vrouw, stelde de juiste vragen, was aardig en open.
Thijs R. - Flachau, March 2024
We zijn weer ontzettend goed geholpen bij de huur van ons skimateriaal. En toen we eerder naar huis moesten vanwege een sterfgeval in de familie, zijn we heel hartelijk en begripvol behandeld.
Jeroen J. - Leogang, February 2024
Hallo liebes Sport2000 Team, wir waren von der Freundlichkeit und der Beratung begeistert. Das Huber-Team ist einfach nur einsame Spitze. Wir sind nächstes Jahr jedenfalls wieder dort zum Ausleihen.
Gunnar K. - Hinterstoder, February 2024
Ein super Service, der sich auf meine individuellen Bedürfnisse eingestellt hat und bemüht war, den passenden Skischuh zu finden. Auch ein Tausch des Leihmaterials war möglich.
Victoria T. - Schladming-Planai, February 2024
Very good, would recommend.

Omead S. - Kaltenbach, January 2024
Hele vriendelijke en behulpzame mensen.

Marieke M. - Mayrhofen, January 2024
Hervorragende Beratung durch eine junge Frau im Geschäft an der Talstation Mellau. Problemloser Wechsel bis der passende Ski gefunden war! Sehr nett und professionell!
Britta S. - Mellau, January 2024


The Styrian ski region par excellence is definitely Schladming with its numerous lifts. The 4-mountain ski area combines several ski resorts, namely Hauser Kaibling, Planai, Hochwurzen and Reiteralm. Schladming is part of Ski amadé, one of the largest winter sports areas in Austria. One ski pass means almost unlimited skiing fun!

Facts about the Schladming ski region:

  • Over 123 kilometres of pistes
  • 43 cable cars and lifts
  • 46 km of blue, 69 km of red and 8 km of black pistes
  • Season: November to April


With its location at 1600 m to 2200 m, the Planneralm is one of the highest ski areas in Styria and is therefore extremely snow-sure. The snow quality is excellent and the pistes are grippy. The efficient and careful natural snow management makes a valuable contribution here.

Facts about the Planneralm ski area:

  • 16 kilometres of pistes
  • 6 cable cars and lifts
  • 3 km of blue, 11 km of red and 2 km of black pistes
  • Season: early December to early April


The Riesneralm is considered an insider tip and is an excellent choice for families with children and beginners in particular. Among other things, it is home to Austria's first children's ski area. A 5-hectare area is available to the little ones here. All-day childcare is also available.

Facts about the Riesneralm Donnersbachwald ski area:

  • 32 kilometres of pistes
  • 5 cable cars and lifts
  • 15 km of blue, 14 km of red and 3 km of black pistes
  • Season: early December to April

Ramsau – Dachstein

Like Schladming, the Ramsau - Dachstein ski area is part of the Ski amadé ski network. On the Rittisberg in Ramsau, families with children get their money's worth. It is home to the largest children's ski world in Styria. Very wide slopes as well as a special fairytale ski trail and other adventure pistes are waiting to be explored.

Facts about the Snow Space Salzburg ski area:

  • 25 kilometres of pistes
  • 12 cable cars and lifts
  • 14 km of blue, 10 km of red and 1 km of black pistes
  • Season: December to the beginning of April

Wellness, wine and pumpkin seed oil
What else is on offer in Styria

Cuisine and enjoyment are very important in Styria. Several specialities and products with a protected designation of origin or geographical indication originate from the Austrian province. These include Ennstaler Steirerkas, Styrian scarlet runner bean, Styrian pumpkin seed oil and Styrian horseradish. Steirerkas is a sour milk cheese and is considered the only crumbly cheese in the Alps.

Wine also plays an important role. The geographical location and landscape of the province provide ideal conditions for winegrowing. The South Styrian Wine Route, for example, is very well known. Incidentally, Schilcher comes from Styria and its production has a long tradition there.

The thermal spa landscape is also extremely diverse. Some of Austria's most popular thermal spas are located in Styria, for example Bad Radkersburg, Loipersdorf, Bad Blumau and Bad Waltersdorf. There are 6 thermal spas around the provincial capital of Graz alone, although the mineralisation of the thermal water differs in all of them.

We look forward to your visit to Styria!
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Which ski resorts are there in Styria?

    Due to the diverse landscape conditions, Styria in Austria is home to a wide variety of ski resorts. The lifts on the Turracher Höhe and the Kreischberg, along with the Lachtal ski area, are among the highest in Styria. Schladming is well known for its 4-mountain ski area Hauser Kaibling, Planai, Hochwurzen and Reiteralm. The Tauplitz is a popular single ski area, while the Loser, Ramsau - Dachstein and the Riesneralm shine with their beginner and family friendliness.

  • How reliable is the snow in Styria?

    In general, most ski resorts in Styria are very snow-sure. This applies in particular to the Turracher Höhe, Kreischberg, Lachtal and the Schladming am Dachstein region. The Tauplitz, Riesneralm and Planneralm are also at high altitude. The latter, for example, is known for its excellent natural snow management and the correspondingly grippy snow quality. Thanks to modern snowmaking facilities, skiing is possible almost all winter long, even in the lower-lying ski areas.

  • When do the ski resorts in Styria open?

    Most ski resorts in Styria open their gates for skiing, snowboarding, freeriding etc. at the beginning of December. The season usually ends at the beginning of April.

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