Discover even more sports activities that Obertauern has to offer and experience a unique pleasure with ice climbing, snow biking, ice skating or curling.
Freeriding, skiing on open terrain, goes back to the origins of skiing, when there were no prepared pistes, just snowy mountains. It was a great challenge for skiers to find the perfect route down. Nowadays it’s trendy to ski off piste. Physical condition, ability and knowledge of the local conditions are important pre-requisites.
The fascination of ice will thrill the enthusiastic mountaineer. Head upwards on the powerful Johannes waterfall. The sparkling of the ice, the freezing cold and never-ending ice makes this adventure something special. Minimum number of participants 3 persons – further details from reception.
Biking in the snow – the new challenge in Obertauern! Particularly suitable for non-skiers. A fun and exciting adventure awaits on the well-prepared pistes in our high altitude ski area. It’s easy to learn and is great fun.
Break limits, feel the speed and get your adrenalin going on an airboard with your helmet first and your face just above the ground. Thanks to the dynamic form of this fun sport equipment you can whizz down a toboggan run or free terrain. Minimum number of 4 participants. Further details available from reception.
NEW: E-Fatbike Tours at ski school CSA! Cycling with electric Fatbikes through the winter landscape. All passionate bikers of cycling will love Fatbikes! Fatbikes are special mountain bikes that have been designed for the use in snow. The electric drive and the extremely wide balloon tires allow exceptional handling and easy handling in all snow conditions.
There are plenty of deep-snow slopes away from the prepared pistes in Obertauern. Twice a week our ski guide leads you down descents, that only insiders know about. Powder snow, virgin slopes and the freedom of the mountains. A unique experience on deep-snowy mountain slopes.
Skate around the ice rink in the sunshine or in the evening. The gentle movements on the ice, with the beautiful backdrop of the Gnadenalm in Obertauern, are pure winter pleasure.
Have you ever seen a Telemarker ski seemingly effortlessly down the steepest slope? Telemarking is the most aesthetic form of skiing. Our tip is to let an experienced ski instructor show you how it’s done. You’ll be impressed.
The natural ice rink at the Gnadenalm is not just the perfect place for ice skating, but for curling too. Curling is a fun team sport for all ages and has a long tradition in our region. Ice rink and curling equipment can be booked.