Austria, The Ski Juwel Area

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Classic Tyrolean charm, full of character and unspoilt scenery

Wild and beautiful – hence the name of one of the Tyrol’s loveliest and most unspoilt  valleys. Even though Innsbruck is just under two hours away it could be a million miles away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Niederau, the first and biggest of its traditional and most charming villages, is ideal for beginner and intermediate skiers, although there are testing runs too. It’s linked with Oberau, just 3km away, by free ski bus service. Auffach, at the end of the valley, has some more challenging slopes and is now linked with Alpbach’s ski area to form, with Niederau and Auffach, the Ski Juwel area. In recent seasons, the Wildschönau has won awards for ‘Best Family Ski Area’ and ‘Friendliest Staff’, as well as one for excellent piste preparation. All guests receive the FREE Wildschönau Card, which includes guided winter walks and snowshoeing, FREE entry to local museums as well as discounts for local attractions and activities.

Insiders guide
  • Skiing up to 1,900m & excellent snow record
  • Interlinked with the Alpbach ski area
  • Short transfers from Innsbruck Airport

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Hotel Tirolerhof

The Hotel Tirolerhof is an attractive, family-run, traditional hotel with excellent facilities, a popular après-ski bar and an unbeatable location in Oberau.

£ 599 per person
Gasthof Kellerwirt

Originally an old Monastery and now full of warmth and character, the Gasthof Kellerwirt is rustic and full of Tyrolean charm and ideal for those who prefer a smaller, more informal and cosy hotel in a central location in Oberau. All rooms were recently refurbished and are of 4 star quality.

£ 799 per person
(age at the date of return)
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