Cross-country skiing & biathlon in Ramsau am Dachstein

Ramsau am Dachstein is situated on a high plateau at an altitude of 1,000 to 1,300 metres above sea level. With its perfectly groomed trails and the Dachstein Glacier Trail as a highlight, it is one of the top 3 cross-country skiing areas in the Alps. The Fischer Skiletics Park, a biathlon facility and numerous cross-country events round off the offer for cross-country skiers.

Nordic competence in Ramsau

In Ramsau am Dachstein there are a total of 220 classic and skating tracks. Thanks to the division into different levels of difficulty, there is the ideal track for everyone – beginners and professionals. Snow is guaranteed not only by the panoramic cross-country ski run on the Dachstein glacier, but also by the snow-making facilities and snowfarming. Cross-country skiing schools help you learn the right technique and the cosy refreshment facilities and huts along the trails ensure that you will enjoy your holiday.

Fischer Skiletics Park

In Ramsau at the foot of the Dachstein massif there is a very special gym: the Fischer Skiletics Park. This is not a fitness studio in the conventional sense. Rather, it is an “outdoor fitness studio” on the cross-country ski trail. Cross-country skiers can get their whole body in shape there with exercises of their own strength. There are 15 stations in the park with exercises explained on signs. The mix of classic and skating exercises appeals to all muscle groups of the body. So here you can get into cross-country skiing shape in no time.

In the shortest time in cross-country skiing form: The mix of classic and skating exercises appeals to all muscle groups of the body.

Biathlon facility

In Ramsau am Dachstein there are two air rifle shooting ranges and a small caliber shooting range with 12 lanes. Biathlon trainers help to apply the correct breathing and shooting techniques. In this way you learn to find the optimal pulse and rhythm for shooting and can improve your technique enormously.

Panorama cross-country ski run on the Dachstein glacier

The Dachstein rises 2,996 metres and is thus the second highest peak in the northern Alps. On its eternal ice at 2,700 metres above sea level, the world’s longest glacier cross-country ski runs stretch out. The fact that from up there, one has an unbelievable view to the surrounding mountain scenery does not have to be specially mentioned. More worth mentioning, however, is the fact that the world’s cross-country skiing elite cavort here, because from November to July you can train busily. An extra long season, then. But the trails there are not only for professional athletes. They are also suitable for hobby athletes.