Ski fun in the Hochkönig ski region

Skiing at the peak of emotions in the Salzburger Land

Against the backdrop of the Hochkönig, wide pistes and countless ski huts invite you to ski and enjoy between the three villages Maria Alm, Dienten and Mühlbach. 120 kilometers of slopes ensure boundless fun on the slopes during your skiing vacation. They are versatile and promise varied winter vacations in the Austrian mountains. Every level of ability is guaranteed to find the right favourite slope. Whether you try your first turns on the practice slope, freeride in snowy deep-snow slopes or let off steam on the Marlies Schild training track, the feeling of freedom is always your loyal companion. Discover the current opening hours of the 34 lifts from the comfort of your own home and get an overview of the ski area with the help of our panoramic maps.

Current lift and slope status

The Hochkönig ski area offers a wide range of offers and creates unique winter moments. Experience 6 peaks and 35 continuous kilometers of slopes along the Königstour in just one day or find your ultimate adrenalin kick in the snow parks or on the Funslope. Enjoy having the slopes almost to yourself during the Early Morning Skiing and take your first turns on the freshly prepared slopes. In between all the sporting activities, it is also worth stopping at one of the numerous ski huts. During your skiing vacation in the Hochkönig region, culinary delights definitely await you.

Small ski areas in the region

The natural ski area Hochkeil
At the foot of the mighty Hochkönig, in the snow-covered alpine region of the Mitterberg, lies the natural snow ski area Hochkeil at an altitude of 1,300 to 1,784 m above sea level. Due to the Hochkönigsstock as a weather divide and the wind-protected and sunny altitude, the snow cannons are silent here.

Ski area Hinterreit
The small ski area Hinterreit is the ideal family ski area. Perfectly groomed slopes and modern drag lift facilities guarantee skiing fun for the whole family. You might even meet one of the ski stars, such as Vincent Kriechmayr or Michael Matt, who are always training on the FIS training track.