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Skidortsguide för Wagrain

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Skidortsguide för Wagrain

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Skidortsguide för Wagrain

Tapenkasee Lake in Summer. Wonderfull!!!, Wagrain photo

Wagrain

Foto credit: Sue gent

Graffenburg above the clouds, Wagrain photo

Wagrain

Foto credit: alex everard

Graf Sunny, Wagrain photo

Wagrain

Foto credit: alex everard

Slope Stats

  • 2014m

  • 1087m

  • 927m

  • Acres(yta)för skidåkning:-
  • Pistes:28
  • snökanoner:40%
  • Halfpipes:-
  • Terrängparker:-
  • Längdskidor:40 km
  • Början40%
  • Int40%
  • Avancerad20%

Wagrain is one of nine villages in the Salzburger Sport World, where there are 350 kilometers of groomed runs and 105 lifts. Wagrain itself has 19 lifts and 28 ski trails that are suitable for all levels of ability. There are 40 kms of cross country trails and 40% of the ski area has snow making facilities. Wagrain, as part of the "Three Valley Ski Circus," interconnects with other villages such as Flachau and St. Johann-Alpendorf. The circus has 55 lifts for 177 km of slopes.

Travel

  • Närmaste flygplatsen:Salzburg
  • Närmaste tåget:St Johann im Pongau
  • Turistinformation tel::+43 6457 2800
  • Turistbyråns officiella hemsida:www.wagrain.info
  • Boende nära skidbacken:yes
  •   20
  •   10

Liftarna

  • Säsongen börjar:
  • Säsongen slutar:
  • Lifts:19 (2 chair lifts, 13 surface lifts)
  •   3
  •   2
  •   13

Latest Snow Reportview full snow report

  • Issued:24 Nov
  • Last Snowfall:
  • Snow Depth (upper):
    0
    cm
  • Snow Depth (lower):
    0
    cm
  • Piste:
  • Off-piste:

Today’s Weather (1470 m)view full snow forecast

morgon
20 S20
5 °CF-Level
2550m
efter­middag
10 NNW10
3 °CF-Level
1900m
natt
15 NNW15
-2 °CF-Level
1000m

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Wagrain Location Maps

Wagrain Location Map

Visitor Reviews of Wagrain

Gary James from United Kingdom writes:

We have been skiing in and around here for about 15 years. The skiing really does depend on the volume of people here. Most people go east to west in the morning and come back again in the afternoon. So, from Flachau to Alpendorf then back seems to be the way most go. The G Link is a great addition to the area but can get very crowded. My tip would be to do it the opposite way: start at Alpenhorn and finish there (assuming you have a car, which in this area we feel is a must). Echoing the other review, some of the signage especially in the middle of the Wagrain area can be very confusing. The runs from the top all the way down under the Flying Mozart gondola can be superb in the right conditions. The snow park is really good here and well worth a visit. If it's quiet it's really a very nice place to ski.

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