... the best destination for your next holiday
Wagrain is one of three charming ski resorts that make up Snow Space Salzburg. Located at 850 meters above sea level, Wagrain is known for its great natural beauty, making it one of Austria’s most popular holiday destinations. Magnificent summits, wide slopes, a picturesque landscape and sunny location will make your holiday in Wagrain an unforgettable experience.
Located only 70 kilometres and a mere one-hour drive from the City of Salzburg, Wagrain is perfectly connected to the A10 Tauern motorway and can be easily reached from all directions.
Slopes and cable cars
The ski resort of Wagrain connects the nearby Grießenkareck and Grafenberg mountains with one of the world’s biggest aerial tramways, the G-LINK. What’s more, state-of-the-art cable cars like the “Rote 8er” or Grafenberg cable car take you to the slopes of Flachau and St. Johann-Alpendorf in no time at all.
With mostly blue and red slopes, the ski resort is perfect for families and relaxed skiing fun. Great offers for families and snow highlights for kids and adults top off your holiday in Wagrain. After all, the ski resort is known as a perfect holiday destination for families! Find out now about the new family day ticket for Snow Space Salzburg!
Winter highlights at a glance
The many different ski and winter sports opportunities are a true highlight of Snow Space Salzburg. You will be surprised by the many attractions waiting for you during a marvellous winter at Snow Space Salzburg in Wagrain!
- Wagrainis Winter World: A winter’s paradise for little skiers on Grafenberg mountain in Wagrain. Featuring a tubing track, practice slopes, tyre merry-go-round and Wagrainis dwarf house for snug and creative skiing breaks, your kids will love a visit to Wagrainis Winter World.
- Wagrain SOKO Fun Slope: Ready to jump? With a length of more than 600 metres and more than 30 obstacles, Wagrain’s SOKO Funslope is chock-a-bloc with waves, steep turns and giant spirals – the perfect place for park fans!
- Wagrain SkiMovie: You always wanted to feel like a movie star and feature in a giant slalom blockbuster? Then Wagrain SkiMovie is just the thing for you! The timed giant slalom track on Grafenberg mountain is the go-to place for speed freaks.
Events in and around Wagrain
Countless cool events will make your ski holiday in Wagrain an unforgettable experience. For instance, how does Friday’s weekly massage drive-in on Grafenberg mountain sound?
The mountains of Wagrain
No matter if you’re visiting Grafenberg mountain in Wagrain during summer or winter, there’s always something going on at 1,700 metres above sea level! Visit Wagrainis Winter World during the colder months or Wagrainis Grafenberg in summer – Grafenberg is your year-round adventure mountain!
The Wagrain G-LINK, the world’s biggest aerial tramway, takes you from Grafenberg mountain to Grießenkareck mountain in only six minutes. The ride from summit to summit is a real highlight, offering you fantastic panoramic views of the Salzburger Land region.
Wagrainis Winter World welcomes children and parents to a world of adventure. Take your little ones to do handicrafts or paintings during a warm and cosy break at Wagrainis dwarf house or let them spend an action-fuelled time on the tubing track or tyre merry-go-round – your kids will love a day at Wagrainis Winter World!
During summer, the spacious Wagrainis Grafenberg experience park is a popular destination for families. Located at 1,700 metres above sea level, the nature and mountain experience world offers little explorers more than 25 attractions, ranging from a rope bridge to trick fountains, the “Path of Fascination”, the “Busy Bees” themed walk and Hachau slide.
Grießenkareck mountain in Wagrain
One mountain, endless possibilities – there’s hardly a better way to describe Grießenkareck mountain. Comfortable cable cars such as the 10-seater Flying Mozart gondola lift or “Rote 8er” cable car take you up the mountain in no time at all.
No matter if you’re visiting Wagrain’s Grießenkareck in summer or winter – your visit at 1,800 metres above sea level will surely be unforgettable. During summer, the mountain offers countless hiking trails and vantage points, while in winter you can enjoy great slopes for all skill levels and cosy mountain huts for relaxed breaks.
You see: A day at Grießenkareck mountain makes picture-perfect holiday memories all year round.