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Winter Holiday in Salzburg Land

Skiing in the hometown of Olympic champion Marcel Hirscher

Gentle slopes for beginners and steep slopes for experts alternate in the family-friendly Dachstein-West ski region with around 145 km of slopes. Where the eight-time overall World Cup winner and double Olympic champion Marcel Hirscher is at home, professional ski and snowboard instructors will be at your side to learn or deepen the techniques of winter sports.
Healthy for body and mind is the gentle movement - try cross-country skiing under expert guidance or get to know the winter-white nature on snowshoes.
Skiing i Annaberg/Skiregion Dachstein-West  ©Agentur Ramses
Fuxi is the funny mascot of the skischool freeride-alpin  ©TVB Annaberg-Lungötz
The stop at the skilodge is part of a perfect Skiday  ©Skiregion Dachstein-West/Erber

Skiing in Annaberg / Skiregion Dachstein-West

Practice area Donnerkogelbahn Section I is open for the weekend 8. - 9.12.2018

Fun on the piste for young and old in Skiregin Dachstein-West ©TVB Annaberg-Lungötz
Perfectly groomed slopes, modern lifts and skiing fun for the whole family. Ski fans, wether big or small, professionals or beginners, all get their money´s worth here - at an affordable price.
Skiing in Annaberg in the Dachstein West ski region offers a day on perfect pistes in front of an impressive mountain panorama. The ski school freeride-alpin offers ski lessons for little ones up to technical training on the tracks of Olympic champion Marcel Hirscher.
With its panoramic views and sporty nature you can enjoy the signposted, continuous "panoronda" ski trail with a total length of 44 km.
Apropos enjoyment: the ski region Dachstein-West is known as one of the most hospitable winter spots in Austria. Rustic huts and modern service complete a perfect day's skiing. Let us spoil you!
In the right lane: Cross-country skiing in Neubachtal  ©TVB Annaberg-Lungötz
Ice skating in Abtenau - cheaper with the guest card  ©TVB Annaberg-Lungötz
On a horse-drawn sleigh through the snow-covered winter landscape ©Sonja Schilchegger
On snowshoes through the snow-covered winter landscape ©TVB Annaberg-Lungötz

Winterfun and gentle movement

Winter activities off the piste

Inhale and pull through - the cross-country ski trails in the Lammertal offer gentle excercise in snow-covered nature. The idyllic landscape invites you to winter hiking on cleared paths or off the beaten tracks on snowshoes.
Wrapped in warm blankets, you glide through the Lammertal on a horse-drawn sleigh and enjoy the crystal-clear air.
Fun and entertainment is provided by the artifical ice rink in Abtenau reduction with guest card.
Use the toboggan run in Abtenau as well as toboggan or snowtube in St. Martin not only during the day, but also in the evening with floodlights it is a wonderful winter pleasure.

Guestcard TennengauPlus

More holiday for less money

You will receive the TennengauPlus guest card is available free of charge when you check-in at your accommodation. During your stay, this pracitcal card is the key to many free benefits and discounted admissions to many of the region´s attractions.

Silent Night, Holy Night

A peace song goes around the world

From Oberndorf the song "Silent Night" conquered the world ©SalzburgerLand Tourismus
The priest Josef Mohr wrote a poem in his office in Mariapfarr in 1816. Surrounded by bitter misery, he brought lines full of hope to the paper. Two years later, on 24 December 1818, the teacher Franz Xaver Gruber wrote a suitable melody. Together they performed the new song, accompanied by Mohr's guitar, at the Christmass in Oberndorf, where the two worked.
Numerous romantic stories entwine around the genesis of the song "Silent Night, Holy Night". In fact, it falls into a period of economic decline and hardship after the Napoleonic Wars.
Now, after over 200 years, the song, the places in the Salzburger Land, where composer and poet have worked, as well as truths and legends of the "Silent Night" are traced.

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