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Did you know that the ski buses in Ski amadé are free for all guests with a valid ski pass?

Whether you're out skiing, tobogganing or winter hiking, the well-developed ski bus network is the ideal way to explore the region free of charge and in an environmentally friendly way.

NEW: Electric ski buses in the Ski amadé ski areas

Linien und Fahrpläne der kostenlosen Skibusse

Erkunden Sie nicht nur die Skischaukel Altenmarkt/Radstadt sondern auch das Skiparadies Zauchensee/Flachauwinkl. So viel Pistenspaß sollten Sie sich einfach gönnen!

Hier finden Sie den Fahrplan für:

Bitte beachten Sie, dass die Skibusse nur bei entsprechender Schneelage und Liftbetrieb fahren.

Für Skifahrer und Snowboarder ist die Fahrt mit dem Skibus zu und von den Skistationen (zur Ausübung des Skisports) kostenlos. Keine kostenlose Beförderung von Gruppen. Gruppenreisende bitte am Vortag bis 17:00 Uhr bei der Zauchensee Liftgesellschaft telefonisch unter +43 6452 4000 reservieren.

SKIURLAUB OHNE AUTO IN DER SKIREGION RAMSAU

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Gratis Skibus im Grossarltal

Kostenlosen Skibus für alle SkifahrerFür alle Skifahrer, die die Talstationen der Bergbahnen nicht zu Fuß erreichen und trotzdem mal gerne Urlaub vom Auto machen wollen, bieten die Großarler Bergbahnen im gesamten Tal einen kostenlosen Skibus an.

Der gratis Skibus verkehrt im Ortsgebiet im 7 bzw. 15 Minutentakt. Richtung Hüttschlag und weiter bis in den Talschluss sowie Richtung St. Johann bis zur Haltestelle Gollegg fährt der Skibus nach einem fixen Fahrplan 5 Mal pro Halbtag. Ebenso fährt ein kostenloser Skibus ins Ellmautal.

Sie können mit dem kostenlosen Skibus auch ins benachbarte Alpendorf in St. Johann im Pongau fahren. Das ist Ihr Anschluss in die Salzburger Sportwelt. Natürlich können Sie auch die gratis Skibusse im Gasteinertal nutzen und somit die Skigebiete in Gastein erkunden.

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News & updates

Electric ski buses in the ski areas of Ski amadé

The individual regions are increasingly focusing on sustainability, so there are now electric ski buses in some ski areas.

First electric ski bus in Styria

Since December 24, 2021, an electric ski bus has strengthened the Planai bus fleet for the entire winter

The battery-powered ski bus is mainly used on the ski bus line in the valley between the 4-mountain ski area and on the Rohrmooser Plateau, where it brings winter sports enthusiasts directly to the mountain railway stations in an environmentally friendly and comfortable way. The e-bus also impresses with an enormous range of up to 400 kilometers.

“Our future goal is to convert the bus fleet to environmentally friendly vehicles. That's why we're happy to have the opportunity to test the modern electric ski bus throughout the season. As the largest Styrian leisure company, we will take further environmentally friendly measures in the future, so in the near future we will also start testing eFuel snow groomers and buses for the first time," says Planai Managing Director Georg Bliem.

"With a length of 12 meters and a width of 2.55 meters, the bus also offers plenty of space for a total of 83 people. We are already looking forward to the first days of operation with great anticipation," says Boris Milusic, Head of Buses.

© Planai-Hochwurzen-Bahnen, Julius Macuha

Electric bus test operation in Snow Space Salzburg

For several years, the Snow Space Salzburg Bergbahnen have been working intensively on the topic of how environmentally friendly skiing can take place on the basis of ecological criteria.

One pillar of the sustainability strategy is the reduction of the company's own CO2 footprint. In order to be able to identify meaningful data for further action steps, the mountain railways, together with an independent institute, analyzed the energy consumption using the example of the 2019/20 winter season. The surveys show that the ski bus operation causes a large proportion of CO2 emissions.

In order to enable guests to travel to and from the valley stations of the cable cars as comfortably as possible, Snow Space Salzburg operates over 20 ski bus lines in the towns of Flachau, Wagrain, St. Johann and the surrounding communities. With the use of new drive technologies in the in-house vehicle fleet, one hopes to be able to significantly reduce CO2 emissions. Extensive tests are currently being carried out for this purpose with the electric bus models available on the market.