It is necessary to wear an FFP2 mask on lifts.
FFP2 masks are available at our ticket offices for EUR 2,- with a valid lift pass and one per person.
There is a guiding system at the ticket offices in Flachauwinkl and Kleinarl, to make sure you keep the right distance to each other.
All lifts for 6, except the Powder Shuttle, may only transport three people per chair (50% capacity reduction).
Families may also occupy a full chair.
Nearly all the slopes in Flachauwinkl are open - more information.
Absolut Park has the Medium/Beginner Line, the Rail Line, the Halfpipe, the Jib Park, and four pro jumps open.
Sun House and Chill House are closed.
The Shuttleberg Flachauwinkl - Kleinarl is the number one ski area for active families in Salzburg, Austria. Explore the mountain together with your children in a playful way on easy blue slopes and ski trails. However, our snow guaranteed 40 km of slopes with many special slopes and natural freeride routes are also fun for adults!
The top modern and comfortable cable cars are exclusively fast and detachable chair lifts. Only the new connecting cable car Panorama Link to Wagrain Flachau is a spacious 10-person gondola with ventilation.
In addition, the Shuttleberg offers excellent ski and snowboard schools with experienced ski instructors as well as weekly entertaining small outdoor events for the whole family.
Spend an active and exciting holiday on the Shuttleberg together with your children. We have developed the following offers especially for kids and their parents:
The Shuttleberg is a vast "winter sports park" where the whole family has fun: While the youngest kids visit the Crazy Dolls at the blue rated Family Run, older kids explore the grounds of the Lil' Stash or speed down the race piste and the speed course. Demanding winter sports enthusiasts enjoy the red and black rated slopes on the Kleinarl side of the mountain or race fast on the cross run and the new banked slalom.
At noon the whole family meets in one of the friendly mountain restaurants or in the Sun House, where the kids watch comics in the cinema or enjoy themselves on the Fun Run while the adults relax in comfortable sun chairs.
Meanwhile, freeskiers and snowboarders do their laps through the Absolut Park, the largest snow park in Austria, which is more than 1.5 km long and offers more than 100 perfectly shaped obstacles. Freestyle beginners learn their first tricks effortlessly at the Absolut School from top-trained ski and snowboard instructors. After an active day on the mountain, the freestyle scene meets at the Chill House, for watching videos, bouldering or skating in the mini ramp.