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Wine and skiing enjoyment

Culinary delights with skiing in the Hochkönig region

Certified ski huts
Certified according to strict criteria throughout the ski area.
Regional cuisine
Culinary delights with regional delicacies.
"Trilogy of Enjoyment"
Skiing, Austrian wines, and regional cuisine.
Austrian wine culture
Taste test and selling of high-quality Austrian wines.
Highest farmer's market in the Alps
Farmer's market on March 19 with regional products at select ski huts.
Spring skiing
Skiing, soaking up the sun, letting your soul soar, and enjoying Austrian wines and regional cuisine.
The crown of Austrian ski hut culture
Fine dining in the ski huts

Skiing and wining & dining like a king

Austria's greatest ski paradise also has outstanding things to offer when it comes to the pleasures of eating and drinking. The mountain lodges in Ski amadé win over their guests with their high quality and comfortable atmosphere. Some years ago, working with its partner Österreich Wein Marketing (ÖWM), Ski amadé launched an initiative to put the focus on pleasure while skiing. This initiative brings wine culture into the mountain lodges and offers you the opportunity to taste outstanding wines.

In all partner lodges, you can choose your favourite wine from a wide range and drink it with a fine meal, or relax and enjoy your glass on the sunny terrace. Those who would like to find out more about Austrian wine culture will be very well informed at the special mountain lodges.

Ski & enjoyment offers
Enjoyment Partners
Certified ski huts offer you:

  • Quality service rather than self-service
  • An appealing ambience and a good variety of dishes, as well as a wide range of high-quality wines
  • An attractive wine list
  • A great deal of knowledge about wine
  • The perfect delicacy to go with your favourite wine

Ski huts

MARIA ALM
Steinbockalm
Wiesenstadl

Ski huts

MÜHLBACH
Karbachalm
Tiergartenalm

Hotels

MARIA ALM
Hotel Eder

MÜHLBACH
Hotel Bergheimat

Culinary delights in the ski huts
Ski area Hochkönig
Skiing & Wining ski amadè
 
The highest farmers’ market in the Alps
The highest farmers’ market in the  Alps
A highlight during the Ski & Wine Enjoyment Week from 18 to 25 March 2017 are the farmers' markets - up on the mountain, in the ski huts in the whole Ski amadé. Local farmers sell own products, immediately next to the pistes.
19.03. Abergalm
enjoy home made liver and cheese dumplings, bacon and sausages
19.03. Bürglalm

Cottage cheese, Farmer's bread, sev. Marmalades, sev. Syrups

18. and 25.03. Gabühelhütte

Homemade organic products with Dientner Bio-Quality.

19. and 23.03. Karbachalm

Paussbauer: Bacon, Cheese, Schnapps  

18-19.03 and 24.-26.03.17 SCHWEIZERHÜTTE

Eigene Produktion:  Cheese and sausage, huckleberry-vinegar
Wieser/Mühlbach: juices, jam
Mayer Sepp / Bischofshofen: bacon, lamp
Bauer / Mühlbach: bread
Mayrhofer / Bischofshofen: honey, wood of the swiss stone pine
Erlacher / Radstadt: Salben, Einreibungen

18. and 19.03. Steinbockalm

Bread, Krapfen, Herbsalt, Vinager, 

19.03. Tischlerhütte
enjoy everything around the game: bacon, smoked meat and hard cured sausage
18.03. - 25.03. Wastlalm

homemade dumplings and "Bladl"

23.03. Wiesenstadl

Liebmannhof: Bacon, Sausage;
Melchambauer
:  Bread, Cheese
Grünegg: Schnapps 
Wine - Winegrower Beyer

At the stalls (or stall) at the lodges the wide range of traditional, homeproduced products will be on offer: various kinds of cheese, farmhouse bacon, venison salami, alpine herb teas, homemade bilberry jam, brandies and much more.

The market visitor on skis can also even have a tasting at some stalls: Blattlkrapfen with sauerkraut, perhaps, or real Pinzgauer Kasnocken.

A drive-in farmers’ market. And so one samples one’s way through the specialities of the region – from savoury to sweet and from heavily to lightly seasoned.