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Our collection of sister resorts is just another reason to become a Mt Buller Season Member. We offer free days from around the world at Madarao Kogen Ski Resort and St Anton am Arlberg.
Powder hounds that are skiing in Japan should check out the Madarao Kogen Ski Resort. Madarao Mountain Resort has the perfect ingredients as a powder skiing destination. The area is renowned for average snowfalls in the realm of 10 to 13 metres per season, and there is some very good tree skiing and reasonably steep bowls. Off-piste skiing is permitted, and there isn’t too much competition for the freshies.
The Tyrolean mountain village, with its 2470 inhabitants, together with the neighbouring villages of Pettneu, Flirsch and Strengen, fulfils the highest demands and yet still retains much of its originality and traditional charm. Holiday-makers in St Anton am Arlberg treasure the alpine cosiness at 1300 metres altitude as much as the hospitality and international orientation. A mountain village, traditional and modern at the same time, with the scenery of a gigantic summit world and the amenities of a worldly holiday resort.
All ski resorts on the Arlberg turned into Austria’s largest inter-linked ski area with a total of 305 kilometres of marked runs and 88 lift and cable car systems The Arlberg-Arena then extends from St. Anton in Tyrol to Lech and Zürs, as well as Warth and Schröcken in Vorarlberg. St. Anton am Arlberg thus offers unparalleled conditions for a deluxe winter sports holiday. Those wanting to find out which slope offers the perfect conditions should avail themselves of the services of the local guides. Not only do skiers come into their own in St Anton am Arlberg, cross country skiers are lured by a Loipe network of approximately 40 kilometres.
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