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The 3 Best Ski Resorts for Beginners in Austria

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Skiing is probably one of the most well-known winter sports during the decades and for a good reason. You might wonder what makes skiing so special since people have to spend their time outside in the cold snow for many hours. The real truth about skiing is that it’s not only a fun thing to do but a challenging sport that many people around the world love to do. Actually, skiing is the best way to stay in touch with mother nature as the natural landscapes that you are going to see will make you appreciate nature even more.

Therefore, what is the reason for not trying to ski? Are you afraid of falling or failing the first time? Don’t worry about that as falling in the snow is something normal that happens to anyone who is trying skiing for the very first time. Trying and giving the best of yourself will make you a better skier.

After all, there is nothing else to hold you back from visiting a ski resort for beginners this winter. Read below and you will find the best guide for the 3 top beginner-friendly ski resorts in Austria.

  1. Niederau

The first beginner-friendly ski resort in Austria is Niederau and it’s probably the most famous one. The runs at this resort are best suited to beginners and intermediates trying to be better at skiing. It’s the perfect resort for everyone willing to improve their skills as there is a variety of nursery slopes and beginner areas. Even if this place is best for beginners there are many off-piste opportunities at this place for those who are intermediates in skiing. When it comes to the apres-ski opportunities in Niederau, it is more relaxed than some of the other Austrian ski resorts. This place is a good choice for families as there is a generally relaxed and family-friendly atmosphere. Last but not least, there are many different options of accommodation that you can find on Nuco Travel.

  1. Mayrhofen

The second ski resort that is famous in Austria is located in Tyrol in the Austrian Alps. It’s a traditional ski resort and is famous for the amazing slopes for skiers and snowboarders of all levels, especially beginners. There is a big variety of blue and red pistes for intermediate skiers and pistes for snowboarders and freestyle skiers. Moreover, there are many after-skiing activities that you can do after a long day of skiing, such as bustling bars, and clubs in the resort.

  1. Lech

Last but not least, another popular destination for skiing that is also a beginner-friendly destination is Lech. This place is located on the banks of the River Lech, from which the place is named after this river. This place is perfect not only for beginners but for those who like quality skiing and luxuries too. Of course, there are pistes for intermediates and advanced skiers too.

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