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Skiing and hiking vacation on the Steinplatte

Your vacation in Waidring in Tyrol

Situated between 1,100 and 1,900 meters above sea level on a genuine sunny plateau, the Steinplatte skiing and hiking area is a true paradise for nature lovers and sports enthusiasts.

Active in winter

Look forward to your skiing vacation on the Steinplatte on a total of 36 km with 15 perfectly groomed slopes, made accessible by comfortable lifts that meet the most modern standards. An action-packed fun park for snowboarders, rustic huts with traditional alpine fare, top snow conditions and plenty of sunshine in the border triangle of Tyrol, Salzburg and Bavaria will delight you time and time again.

Ascent possibilities in the skiing area

The Steinplatte gondola takes you on the fastest way to enjoyable snowboarding or skiing on the Steinplatte. You can reach the valley station in Waidring on foot in about 5 minutes and transfer directly to the single-cable gondola lift, which will take you to the ski area within a few minutes. Alternatively, park right at 1,110 m above sea level and continue with the new Kammerkör 6-seater chairlift. Various modern cable cars in the ski area will take you from slope to slope in no time.

Active in summer

The Steinplatte Waidring offers not only primeval hunters fun for 200 million years, but also alpine adventure collectors, such as mountain enthusiasts, mountain bikers, hut connoisseurs and of course via ferrata fans and alpine climbers. With its varied hiking trails, climbing routes, bike trails and the omnipresent dream panorama, the mountain massif at 1,869 m guarantees excellent modern pleasure.

Hiking on the Steinplatte

Whether you are a leisurely walker, a mountain enthusiast or a peak climber: the Steinplatte high plateau has fantastic tours to choose from for every age and every level of difficulty.

For climbers a true paradise – over 100 sport climbing routes as well as via ferrata and climbing gardens.

The rock on the Steinplatte has a unique quality, and owes this to its history of formation, as the only dry reef in Europe. With a length of more than 7 kilometers and a rock height of up to 250 meters, you can find more than 100 sport climbing routes in the climbing area around the Steinplatte: from difficulty level 5a to 8c, from single-pitch to multi-pitch tours, from beginners to professionals and that from spring to autumn.

Overall, the area is certainly one of the top areas in Central Europe: from the Waidringer Steinplatte to Wiesloch, Wemeteigen, Schwollwand, Sonnwand, Tanzboden and Urlkopf to the Lachfeldkopf, which is already in Salzburg, there are climbing opportunities par excellence.

Mountain biking on the Steinplatte

Up you go comfortably with the gondola lift or more challenging via the 4.5 km long mountain road (14% incline). Once at the top, numerous kilometers are waiting for you to “er-radelt”.

Fun for 200 million years – in summer and winter

Over stick, stone & coral. It’s best to warm up for your scientific exploration tour on the Steinplatte. The prehistoric times are not laboriously crammed here, but climbed, dug and played with!
How did the Triassic get its name? What actually is karst? And what do corals look like up close? None of these questions will go unanswered on your tour!

In summer, a 4 km long circular trail leads through the Triassic Park (suitable for strollers), in winter the groomed trail leads about 1 km to the viewing platform.

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