Best Riesneralm Snowboarding

The 64th most popular snowboarding destination in Austria.

  Styria, Austria


  November 23, 2021

Southeast of Salzburg and southwest of Liezen, the Riesneralm ski area has 15 pistes totaling 32km that are served by 3 lifts accessing a maximum descent of 850m. This family-friendly ski area has pistes ranging in difficulty from 45% beginner to 45% intermediate to 10% difficult. The best Riesneralm snowboarding can typically be found during the months of January and February.

While the pistes favor the beginner and intermediate snowboarders, there is a challenging ski touren route from Hochsitz down Hintere Morsbachalm to Vordere Morsbachalm past Morsbachwrit hutte to finish at the Panorama-6er lift bottom base station.

After a long morning of shredding, there are a few cool places to refuel up on the mountain. Make sure to check out Ski Hutte Oxewalm, Edelweiss, and the remote Morsbachwirt.

• Ideal for families on short trip.
• Challenging ungroomed ski route when open.
• Good on-mountain dining.

• Small ski area that would be good for a day or two.
• Limited expert terrain.
• Not known for its apres ski or nightlife.

To reach the snowboarding at Riesneralm ski area by train, head to the Irdning station. There is a ski post bus three times a day from Irdning busbahnhof up to the ski area.

Overall, Riesneralm is the 64th most popular snowboard & freeride destination of all 75 snowboarding resorts in Austria.

Local Contacts:  Riesneralm Ski Area +43 3680 606

Best Season:  Jan. - Feb.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Luxury Loding:  Hotel Berghof

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GPS:  47.375357938, 14.118972263

Date Published:  11/23/2021

ID:  25766

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