Skiing at afternoon
At the Königswiese in Skiarea Katschberg you could skiing with your skipass between 7 pm and 10 pm.
Terms winter 2011/2012
till the 04.12.2011 and from 09.04.2012 – no skiing at night
05.12.2011 until 25.12.2011 every Thursday
26.12.2011 until 08.01.2012 every Monday and Thursday
09.01.2012 until 29.01.2012 every Thursday
30.01.2012 until 26.02.2012 every Monday and Thursday
27.02.2012 until 08.04.2012 every Thursday
- 14 cable cars and lifts (excl. magic carpet)
- 8-person cabin lift(Aineck summit lift)
- 8-person cable cabin Silverjet2
- 70 kilometers of slopes
- 10 km of blue hills
- 50 km of red hills
- 10 km of black hills
- 100% of all slopes with snowmaking coverage
- 1 steep hill with 60-100% gradient
- 5 ski and snowboard schools
- Elevations: 1,066 to 2,200m
- Dates/Times: End of November 2011 through April 15 2012 from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Surrounded by the enchanting alpine world of the Tauern, 70 km of slopes of all
difficulty levels offer ideal conditions for every carver, snowboarder, and skier
- half pipe, cross-country trails
- 1.5 km floodlit sled run
- 3 ski rental stations
- 11 friendly ski lodges and mountain restaurants
- Child care at the Aineck valley terminal in St. Margarethen
- Ski storage in the Katschberg tourist office
With its meteorologically-favorable location between Carinthia and Salzburg,
the ski area profits from Carinthia’s prolonged periods of nice weather, as it
does from perfectly timed snowfall coming in from various directions.
Of course there are many practice slopes for the kids. A special highlight is
the “Diretissima” from Aineck summit terminal with a gradient of 60-100 % !
The ski runs from Aineck in the direction of St. Margarethen im Lungau have
always been very popular and became even more so with the addition of the
A1 two years ago, one of Austria’s longest ski runs (6 km). The uphill trip back
to Aineck summit however proved to be truly tedious and could only be
accomplished with 3 lift changes. This and the aging lifts – a chair lift and 3 tows
– made the uphill journey a true test of patience.
The 8-seater gondola by Doppelmayr: this winter, things will certainly be different.
The new lift, a gondola lift with cabins for 8 people, replaces the last two tows and
should reduce the total uphill ride time by half. The new lift provides access to around
30 ha of slopes (Hochfeld, Kar run and Snowbowle). It is 1,700 m long and overcomes
an elevation change of 470 m (valley terminal: 1,750 m, mountain terminal: 2,220 m);
its passenger capacity amounts to 2,400 people per hour. Info can be found at: