The Hochkönig ski area extends over 150 kilometres of pistes around Dienten, ideal for beginners and experts alike.
Thanks to considerable investment in the infrastructure over the last few years, modern lifts, snow-making facilities and first-class mountain huts and restaurants are available.
Ski passes, equipment hire and ski / snowboard courses are available on site at the new ski centre.
The Hochkönig ski area is part of Ski Amadé, Austria's largest skiing destination, offering endless other possibilities.
One of the highlights is the Königstour, awarded as the most beautiful ski route in the Alps: six peaks, 35 kilometres of continuous pistes and 7,500 metres of difference in altitude. And not only that, the ski pass is valid for the entire Ski Amade region with 760 km of pistes in the area.
Fancy some freestyle? The Blue Tomato Kings Park is one of 3 fun parks and offers lines for all skill levels over the entire length of the mountain.
And there is also plenty on offer for off-piste and touring. Either directly accessible from the lifts, or via ski tours / split boarding routes directly from the chalet onto the Hochkönig - there are numerous variants. In addition, there are over 40 km of cross-country ski trails nearby.
The Hochkönig is a paradise for hiking, cycling and climbing in summer.
Around the chalet there are hundreds of kilometres of hiking trails in the beautiful mountain world.
For example, you can start an approx. 1-hour hike to the Pichl-Alm directly from the chalet and enjoy the sunset over the Hochkönig.
The Kitzsteinhorn glacier, 40 minutes away, offers skiing from September to late spring, the Dachstein glacier, approx. 1 hour away, offers skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing and a super park throughout the summer.
Mountain bikers will discover a variety of single trails and bike paths that can be enjoyed directly from the chalet.
The mecca for freeride and downhill trails, the Bikepark Leogang, is about a 30-minute drive from the chalet.
But also friends of racing bikes and gravel bikes get their money's worth with challenging climbs and descents.