Ski Austria with Contiki, No Regrets!

Contiki    23 October, 2018    Natasha Goncalves   

Contiki Ski Group

Contiki offer a collection of ski trips in Austria suitable for beginners through to pros. With a base in the traditional village of Hopfgarten, travellers will get prime access to the 279 km (174 miles) of runs in the vast Ski Welt region as well as a collection of free-time add ons to try out in the area. Perhaps hit the slopes after dark for some night skiing, bobsled at Olympic Park in Innsbruck, go sleigh riding or try tandem paragliding over the Austrian Alps!

With Contiki, you’ll stay at a traditional Austrian guesthouse in Hopfgarten exclusive to Contiki travellers. Gasthof Schoneck is fitted out with a dining room, lounge, bar, laundry facilities, a sauna, free WiFi, and ski equipment storage. Standard rooms are quad-share, or you can choose to upgrade to twin or single rooms if they are available.

Being a Contiki-only property, you’ll have a Contiki crew onsite to help you out during your stay and you’ll share your experience with likeminded young travellers. Enjoy legendary Gasthof theme parties and relax with your newfound friends, or head out to sample the local cuisine and check out the nightlife. Complimentary transfers are provided from Gasthof Schoneck to the slopes, so you don’t need to worry about anything other than staying upright on the trails!

Skiing with Contiki

Sound good? You can get a taste of this epic experience over four days on a mini ski trip in Austria, or you if you have more time on your hands, you can enjoy a week in the Austrian Alps. For the serious snow bunnies you can get all the powder and excitement over a full two weeks skiing Austria with Contiki.

Natasha Goncalves
Natasha Goncalves Marketing and Content Specialist Natasha is the Marketing and Content Specialist at Global Journeys. With over five years’ experience in the travel industry, she is enjoying bringing her experience to our content and communications. A writer and traveller at heart, Natasha enjoys influencing others to get out and explore the world. View all posts by Natasha Goncalves