Why visit St. Johann in Tirol?

Perfect slopes, good skischools and a skishow once a week – that’s great, but nothing special! So why should you go skiing in St. Johann in Tirol then?

Great service on our huts and restaurants

At SkiStar St. Johann in Tirol the tyrolean hut culture and culinary experiences are a big issue. Pan fried „Wiener Schnitzel“ and fluffy „Kaiserschmarrn“ await you and events like a Winzerdinner (winemakers‘ dinner) or the wine restaurants‘ skiing day make each foodie’s heart skip a beat.
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Valle keeps the little ones in a happy mood

Everybody loves Valle! The funny snowman keeps dancing and his smile almost outshines the sun. All the kids love him and want to learn how to ski with him. Valle keeps the motivation up, so that the V like Valle is easily learned on skis!
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Don’t forget your sunscreen

SkiStar St. Johann is part of the SkiStar group which owns the 5 largest skiresorts in Scandinavia. On the whole, St. Johann in Tirol represents a rather small part of the group, but with a biiiig amount of sunshine and daylight.

The mix between modernity and nostalgia

Whether a super modern, newly built gondola or a nostalgic 2 seater chair lift – in St. Johann you find it all. The entry into the newly built 10EUB at Eichenhof is as easy as it can get – perfect for children’s ski lessons and beginners. In the meantime you can take a stroll down memory lane on the Jodlalm chairlift, while enjoying the sun and the beauty of nature.
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The hospitality and the Tyrolean jokes

Not everybody understands it, be it linguistic barriers or because of the extravagant sense of humour of some native Tyroleans – we call it the Tyrolean „Schmäh“. Mountain hut owners, lift staff, bus drivers – we all love our guests and like to enlighten them with funny anecdotes and one or other ambiguous joke. 


Easily accessible and easy orientation 

St. Johann in Tirol is located within direct proximity of 3 international airports and easily accessible by public transport. Once arrived you can quickly get an overview of the skiresort and get going. You can let teenagers ski alone without ending up in a completely different valley – our range of slopes is perfectly customized for families with kids.

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