Loser and Dachstein West

Austria

Highlights

  • 71 kilometres of snow-sure piste across the combined ski areas
  • A wide range of runs in a picturesque Alpine setting
  • Budget-conscious beginner and intermediate group-friendly
  • Two ski areas - one pass - outstanding value for money

 

Why choose Loser and Dachstein West?

Set in the heart of the Styrian Lake District, the stylish, spa centre of Bad Aussee offers good value for money both on and off the slopes. Its compact, historic centre is home to a range of cafes, bars and shops, and features an impressive collection of historic buildings, which line its main street. You’ll find Grundlsee Lake a few minutes from Bad Aussee, while getting to the Loser ski area takes just 10-15 minutes by coach. For a change of scene, you’re also within easy reach of Tauplitz.

Our groups stay in or around stunning Grundlsee, close to both Bad Aussee and Loser. Oozing nostalgia from every one of its picturesque villages, the effects of time haven’t taken their toll on this charming corner of Austria. Bad Aussee’s main thoroughfare and network of narrow streets offer a range of options for keeping your group entertained in the evenings.
 
 
 

On the piste

Your ski pass covers the ski areas of Loser and Dachstein West, which suit beginners and intermediates down to the ground. These areas are popular with Austrian families and school groups who appreciate the region’s impressive snow record, well-groomed pistes and excellent winter sports infrastructure.

Groups get to make the most of their time in the mountains, with short lift queues and uncrowded pistes - a feature most notable in Loser. Here, the lift system is efficient and modern, and it’s where most groups tend to begin the week. After a couple of days of confidence-boosting or technique-perfecting practice, the more advanced skiers and boarders can head over to Dachstein West, which opens up an even wider choice of runs.

 

Getting there

Calais (Coach) to Tauplitz & Loser16 hours

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Piste Map

Dachstein West and Loser piste map

Hotels

Gasthof Staudnwirt

Loser and Dachstein West

Great value group accommodation, with the possibility for sole occupancy, located on the outskirts of the lake town of Bad Aussee

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JUFA Grundlsee

Loser and Dachstein West

A purpose-built hotel catering to school groups in a beautiful lakeside setting, offering a range of facilities, including a games console and a disco room for the students and a sauna and a coffee shop for the grownups

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Apres-Ski

Apres-Ski

From bowling in Bad Goisern to thermal swimming in Bad Aussee, the Loser and Dachstein West ski areas offer plenty in the way of group-friendly après-ski. Explore the historic buildings of the spa centre, Bad Aussee, or settle in for a few quiet moments with a hot chocolate in a cosy cafe. 
 
 
Highlights
  • Bowling (Bad Goisern)
  • Swimming (Bad Mittendorf)
  • Pizza (Bad Mittendorf)
  • Thermal Swimming (Bad Aussee)

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