On the pistes Dachstein Krippenstein shines with special ski qualities – easy pistes for warming up, and learning how to ski on the mountain and in the valley, in between the demanding, and at eleven kilometre in length, the longest run in Austria!

It is not just fans of powder snow and snowboard pros who hold the Krippenstein in high regard, skiers too, who like well- prepared and deserted pistes, also have perfect carving fun on the "Stoa".

Tip: Are you looking for a great gift for your loved ones? A free day of skiing or a snowshoe tour, for example, is the perfect gift for all mountain fans.

9 km valley run

The longest descent in Upper Austria

What makes the most beautiful mountain in the Dachstein massif so special on the piste is due to the high alpine and somewhat rough appearance, the 9 km long valley run, the Krippenstein's eternal insider tip status and the fact that freeriders naturally don't go there can be found on the slopes ;))

You off-piste fans can safely bring your friends and family who are not suitable for deep snow - there is also a small - but more than nice - offer at Krippenstein for beginners and children.

Panoramic skiing at its best!

Sun skiing at its best = That's put a smile on a skiers face - #dachsteinkrippenstein

Top groomed pistes

Naturally Krippenstein also has modern snow-making facilities in the lowest area of the ski run. Our professional preparations team have been working on the Krippenstein for years and know every stone - suitably perfectly prepared 9 km ski runs await.



Right next to the valley station of the Dachstein Krippenstein cable car  is where you’ll find Krippi Park. You can try out your boards here and practise your first turns in the snow. 

Next to the practise lift (T-bar lift) you’ll find a magic carpet (conveyor), and also a small lift hut.

30 km off piste variants

Days of freedom are to be enjoyed

Thirty kilometers of off-piste variants and the guaranteed snow in the Dachstein area whet your appetite for powder snow and fat boards.

No matter whether it's skis or boards, the numerous variants will delight every powder freak! Schönberg, Imisl and Eisgrube offer rough rocky ridges, varied tracks and selective forest routes, 1500 meters of altitude per ride demand fitness and concentration.

PS: Are you freeride rookie or don't know the terrain? Only with a guide into the open terrain!