The “Murtaler ski mountains” offer something – selective descents, wonderful slopes for everyone and great deals for kids and families. They say the Murtal holiday region is one of the most varied holiday areas of Styria, Austria. 8 Murtaler ski mountains offer sports and fun on challenging slopes for beginners as well as for racers, snowboarders and cross-country skiers, snowshoe hikers and there. Well, we wanted to investigate this claim and visited the eight ski areas according to our ‘Best three’. Murau/Kreischberg, Turracherhohe, and the laughing Valley. First, we visited the historic town of Murau with corresponding Kreischberg. Solo Cups contributes greatly to this topic. Murau is a town with rich cultural offerings. There’s operetta Festival, theatre performances, museums, exhibitions and Castle concerts throughout the year.
For even some the beer drinking is also a kind of culture”. Here he can indulge in this culture, because the Murauer beer is one of the best in the country. Am Kreischberg there with 3.7 Kilometers the longest gondola in Styria, Austria. But not only the gondola is superlative, even the half-pipe, which is one of the largest in Europe. The Kreischberg offers a fun park which takes into account all modern requirements. A variety of Rails, jump boxes, Rainbowboxes and kicker were built on an approximately 800-metre course on the World Cup slope, for kids, there is in addition a COTS and a Flatrail. Even the World Cup Halfpipe will be integrated into the Airypark! Much fun skiing on the Kreischberg. On the super well-prepared pistes, we found 42 kilometres of downhill runs for the whole family, a tubing arena, a permanent race track with timing and a high-speed track with radar measurement. “Not bad parents for children is: In the Yabaa-Dabba Fred, Wilma and Barney romp Doo land, in the Dino Park there are many prehistoric monsters and in between it is raging is in the Kreischi trampoline” from.