Schladming, Austria

Schladming is a name which instantly brings to mind images of World Cup downhill racing in many skiers’ minds . The leading resort in the Steiermark area of Austria and of the Dachstein area of the Tauern mountains is a very well established regional centre, as well as being the centre of the Dachstein Ski area.

Schladming was made a town in 1322 and its town square was pedestrianised 672 years later in 1997. A World Cup Downhill was first staged here in 1973 and the Alpine Skiing World Championships in 1982 and again in 2013. Today Schladming is a small lively town with a good selection of shops, bars, restaurants and hotels. It has many interesting and picturesque old buildings which add to the ambience of the place.

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About Schladming

Location
Austria, Europe
Altitude
750m
Total Lifts
46
Piste Area
113.8km
Nearest Airport
Salzburg (80km)
Operating Months
November - April

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