Flachau is a village ski resort and is a part of Ski Amadé ski area - one of the largest in Austria. It is a hometown to Olympic and World champion ‘’Herminator’’ Hermann Maier, making the resort famous all around the world, although the majority of visitors are Austrian and German.
The resort is also popular by it’s perfectly groomed and diverse pistes and being family-friendly. If you have decided that you also want to spend your winter ski holidays in this beauty, be sure to check your transfer options with Alps2Alps.
Only 60km from Salzburg, the resort is located in the heart of Ski Amadé and gives you access to over 760km of downhill pistes that the famous ski area has to offer. Accommodations vary from private pensions to 4-star deluxe hotels, bars and restaurants mainly serve local food. There are several ski schools and ski rentals ready to serve you.
If you’re flying to Flachau be sure to arrive via one of the closest airports:
There are no direct train connections to Flachau resort, the nearest train station is St Johann im Pongau, but daily bus connection to the ski resort is provided.
These transfer times to Flachau are approximate only - traffic and weather conditions can significantly impact transfer times:
When looking for a transfer to Flachau be sure that at Alps2Alps you will get the best possible deal. We take a dynamic approach to our pricing structure, as our main target is to provide the lowest possible price together with best possible service. If you chose Alps2Alps as your transfer partner to Flachau the price of transfer can be influenced by:
Transfer to Flachau during the off-season and off-peak means huge savings - remember that if you choose your transfer in midweek (Monday-Friday) the transfer prices can be up to 60% lower than weekend prices! The final transfer price to Flachau will also be influenced by vehicle utilization and vehicle availability, transfer schedule and other costs like airport parking charges and road tolls.
In order to discuss any specific necessities of your trip to Flachau or your plans to travel as a larger group, please get in touch with us directly so we can discuss this.
Seasonal opening dates at Flachau are subject to snow conditions, though are currently listed as follows:
Flachau sits at 930m with pistes from 930 to 1980m above sea level. Here are some essential stats of the ski resort:
Being a part of the Salzburger Sportwelt ski area, the appropriate ski Lift Pass lets you access a total of 760km. Cross-country skiing is very popular in around the resort - there is over 160km to explore, also snowboarders love the resort as there is a fun park, halfpipe and snowboard school.
Ski resorts offer special discounts for youth and families. There are several ski schools, but ‘’Hermann Maier Ski School’’ just by its name sounds like a place to visit and it is located in Flachau! Locals describe the atmosphere there as relaxed and cosy, therefore family ski holidays there will definitely be a success. Besides skiing, you can also enjoy ice-climbing, curling, horse-drawn sleigh ride, ski touring, tobogganing and other activities.
View detailed snow forecast for Flachauwinkl-Kleinarl at:
If you’re heading to Flachau these useful links will help you prepare for your trip, thus you will get the most out of your ski holidays:
We can ensure that the most convenient way to get to Flachau from your chosen airport is the transfer that is provided by Alps2Alps. For us, one of the priorities is to guarantee you comfort and lowest price. If you book your transfer to Flachau from Alps2Alps you will always benefit from:
We highly recommend booking your transfer to Flachau as soon as possible to avoid missing out on the best deals. Get in touch with Alps2Alps and let us know your travel plans to Flachau, we will take care of the rest!