Altenmarkt Ski Amadé is Austrias largest ski region that is unique in the Alps for combining so many resorts on one lift pass. This area consists of five top ski resorts with a total of 760 km of piste (275 km blue, 390 km of red and 95 km of black runs) and 270 lifts.The Ski Amadé region is a network of 28 ski areas (mostly villages) and towns that have been combined to make up the second largest ski area in entire Europe.The spectrum of Ski amadé ski in Salzburg and Styria reaches from high-alpine pistes up to 2,700 m to family-friendly runs below the treeline. This resort suits skiers of all levels and all of them can find their perfect terrain here. Gently curving slopes for beginners and the family groups, FIS race tracks for the pros, abundant powder and ski touring routes promise adventures for nature lovers and those who want to get away from the beaten track.
The closest airport to Ski Amadé is Salzburg airport. It takes you only half an hour to 1 hour from Salzburg airport to arrive in the regions of Ski amadé. The other airports are bit further away as it is shown in the list below:
You can travel using other transport means either by bus or by train to the Ski Amadé. Ski buses connect each resort with one another and also serve nearby Salzburg. Journey from Salzburg to the resort takes only an hour . However, choosing public transport from any other airport may be challenging at times. There are several transport changes if coming from Innsbruck, Klagenfurt, Graz or Munich and the journey takes up to 5-6hours.
While some people do use the public transport modes like the trains connecting Ski Amade from Salzburg and Munich, getting from other airports may be time consuming due to a changes needed. You are much better off booking an airport transfer from the airport where you land. You will benefit from a shorter journey time and a direct route. You also get the added bonus of traveling in comfort and of a guaranteed journey that is pre-booked and have more ski time at this immaculate ski resort.