Filzmoos is popular with families looking for a small ski area with a traditional alpine valley location surrounded by the Austrian Alps.
Filzmoos is one of the villages making up the larger “Ski Amade” ski area which covers 860km of pistes. The local area around Filzmoos is small and offers just 14km of pistes so is small compared to other ski resorts but ideal for families looking to ski together.
Filzmoos has a small ski area of its own with easy links to several other ski areas in the area for which a collective ski pass is available. Filzmoos is an ideal choice for beginners and intermediates.
Beginners can use a special learners lift and slopes in the village centre and served by the Grossberg chairlift - so there's no need to master the draglift on day one. The largest sector of the skiing can be found by the Grossberg where intermediates will find the Mooslehen chair takes them over to the village of Neuberg in the next valley.
On the other side of the village, the six person Papageno gondola accesses the Moosalm slopes which have some of the best descents, including the one black down from the Schneekanone Hut. More advanced skiers will probably prefer to explore the other skiing opportunities nearby including the Dachstein glacier with its year-round skiing and neighbouring resorts like Flachau, home of downhill skiing champion Hermann Maier (AKA the Herminator).
We offer a choice of some of the best 3 and 4* H/B hotels in Filzmoos, some available as a package with flights and transfers included. We also offer some hotels on accommodation only, some of these include the cost of the ski pass and offer excellent value for money.... Read more