How to get to Ski amadé
Your ski enjoyment starts on your journey
This is because Ski amadé is centrally located in Central Europe, around 50 km to the south of Salzburg, Mozart's birthplace, and its international airport. Excellent transport links mean that Austria's greatest ski paradise can be reached quickly, safely and conveniently by car, train or aeroplane.
The Austrian ski association Ski amadé offers literally boundless skiing pleasure. It stretches from Salzburger Land to Styria. With just one ski pass you can ski on 760 kilometres of pistes in the five Ski amadé regions of Salzburger Sportwelt, Schladming-Dachstein, Gastein, Hochkönig and Großarltal and use 270 lifts.
No problem by car, train or plane. Salzburg is only about an hour's flight away from all major airports in Germany, and the international airport in Munich is also only a two-hour drive away. The individual ski resorts of the total of five regions can all be reached easily and uncomplicatedly in about 30 to 60 minutes from Salzburg.
Various shuttle services offer transfers from Salzburg Airport directly to the ski resorts and the hotels located there.