Best Riesneralm Snowboarding

The 64th most popular snowboarding destination in Austria.

  Styria, Austria

  SNOWBOARDGUIDES.COM™

  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.

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

Cons
• 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

Reference Source:  click here https://www.riesneralm.at/

PDF Map:  click here

GPS:  47.375357938, 14.118972263

Date Published:  11/23/2021

ID:  25766



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