Obertauern – Where the snow is at home

Obertauern, located at 1,650 to 2,313 meters above sea level, is a ski resort in a class of its own and it is not said in vain that the snow is at home here.

More than 100 kilometers of perfectly groomed slopes – 61 km of easy (blue), 35 km of medium (red) and 4 km of difficult (black) runs, state-of-the-art lifts, cozy huts and brilliant après-ski are guaranteed here.

Blue, Red & Black Tauernrunde

The so-called Tauernrunde – 12 kilometers of fun on the slopes in a clockwise and counterclockwise direction – has downhill runs for every taste and skill level. From family-friendly slopes to the absolute challenge in white or black – the Gamsleiten 2 – the spectrum of perfectly groomed slopes in Obertauern ranges.

For repeat runs, people also like to use the runs outside the Tauernrunde for a change. Red and green signs at entrances and intersections show the right way.

Ski area Grosseck-Speiereck in Mauterndorf / St. Michael

Between the ski area Obertauern and Grosseck/Speiereck in Mauterndorf / St. Michael in Salzburg Lungau there is a card association.

Multi-day ski passes (from 1.5 days, no point cards) are therefore also valid in the Grosseck/Speiereck ski area located 15 km south of Obertauern. The ski bus there can be used free of charge with a valid ski pass (except group tickets!).

This can be a good option especially in bad weather or strong winds, because the weather there is usually a bit calmer than in Obertauern.

Après ski & never ending party

Obertauern is now known far beyond its borders for its après-ski scene. Numerous huts, umbrellas and après-ski bars invite you to celebrate extensively. And in the evening, of course, the party continues in one of the numerous nightclubs.

Hotel Solaria - vacation in Obertauern