Skiers, snowboarders, freeriders and ski tourers are in the right place in the Weißsee Glacier World. Surrounded by the imposing nature of the Hohe Tauern National Park, you can enjoy the winter with us to the fullest.

In the Kinderland of the Lederer ski school (2 baby lifts - operator ski school), the "little ones" learn to ski safely over the slopes with fun and games.

And those who like it quieter can enjoy the magnificent winter scenery and relax on the sun terrace in the Berghotel Rudolfshütte or at the Grünsee middle station.

The low prices as well as the great family offer (2 children under the age of 12 ski free when accompanied by their parents) invite you to a relaxed ski trip.

The ski area (1,480 - 2,600 m) offers 23 km of groomed ski slopes of all levels of difficulty, kilometers of deep snow slopes and an unforgettable panorama.

Especially for beginners, the slopes above the middle station are ideal for their first runs in the snow. On the slope of the hut you can easily make your curves even in poor weather conditions or during the popular night skiing.

Advanced skiers can let off steam on the Medelzkopf slope or the Tauernmoos natural snow slope.


Safety First

Skiing safety

Please note the information boards in the ski area.

Ski accident report
Ski accidents can be reported at every lift station. If you encounter an injured person, act as follows:

Securing the scene of the accident
Provide first aid
Notification of the piste and rescue service at the respective lift station
(Make sure that a contact person stays with the injured person)
Details of the scene of the accident (slope name)
Type of injury

Rescue 144 / Mountain Rescue 140 / International Emergency Call 112

Our slope and rescue service only monitors marked and open slopes.
In the open area you move at your own risk.
We ask for your understanding that recovery costs will be charged.

last inspection run by the piste service: 4.30 p.m.

The 10 FIS piste rules

Considerate others
Every skier must behave in such a way that he does not endanger or harm anyone else.

Control of speed and driving style
Every skier has to ski on sight. He must adapt his speed and driving style to his ability and the terrain, snow and weather conditions as well as the density of traffic.

Choice of lane
The slope participant coming from behind must choose his lane in such a way that he does not endanger the slope participants in front of him.

Overtaking is allowed from above or below, from the right or left, but always at a distance that allows the overtaken piste participant space for all his movements.

Run in and start up
Every skier who wants to enter a ski run or start again after a stop has to make sure up and down that he can do this without endangering himself or others.

Every skier must avoid staying in narrow or blind spots on a descent without need. A fallen skier must clear such a place as soon as possible.

Ascent and descent
A skier ascending or descending on foot must use the edge of the downhill run.

Pay attention to the signs
Every skier and snowboarder must pay attention to the markings and signs.

What to do in the event of an accident
In the event of an accident, everyone is obliged to provide assistance.

Identification required
Every skier, whether witness or involved, whether responsible or not, must provide his or her personal details in the event of an accident.