Absolutpark in Flachauwinkl
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morning -3°C Temperature -3°C
Sunshine 80%
Freezing level 0



afternoon 5°C Temperature 5°C
Sunshine 60%
Freezing level 2000


Even if we are still in the middle of winter, the weather is far from being cold at the moment. Mild subtropical air gives us the feeling of spring skiing! In addition to that, the sun will blaze down from a blue sky in the morning! Clouds arriving from midday will however make sure that this day will not go down in the records of climatology as a fantastic spring day in mid-winter!

Last update: 10.12.2016



Monday 3°C Temperature 3°C
Sunshine 70%
Freezing level 1700



Tuesday 4°C Temperature 4°C
Sunshine 80%
Freezing level 2100


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After the weak weather fronts today, high pressure will quickly return on Monday.

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Snow report 10.12.2016

Snow depth
city 0 cm / valley slope 40 cm / middle 60 cm / mountain 90 cm
Snow conditions
compact snow
Last snowfall
Morning temperature
valley -5° / middle 7° / mountain 7°
Comments snow space Flachau: All lifts and the slopes down to the valley are open.
Flachauwinkl-Zauchensee: Gamskogelbahn I+II, Schwarzwandbahn, Seekarlift, Rosskopfbahn, Unterbergbahn I, Highliner I+II with the slopes down to the valley. Connection/Arrival to Flachauwinkl is open.
Shuttleberg Flachauwinkl-Kleinarl: All Shuttles are open including the slopes down to the valley and a bulk of the slopes.
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Contact & opening times


Hermann-Maier-Platz 1
PH: +43 (0) 6457 22 14
5542 Flachau, Austria
F: +43 (0) 6457 22 14-16

Tourist office Flachau (from 04.09.2016)
Monday to Friday: 8 a.m. until 6 p.m.
Saturday: 8 a.m. until 12 a.m.
Sunday: closed



There’s no stopping you now:
Plenty of sport & action

On the Shuttleberg Flachauwinkl-Kleinarl freestyle fans have a double bonus.
Absolut Park
Absolut Park on the Shuttleberg in Flachauwinkl-Kleinarl

The Absolut Park on the Shuttleberg Flachauwinkl-Kleinarl is now one of the biggest and well-known snow parks in Europe. The whole park area is more than 1.5km long and has been divided up into 6 sections: kicker line, rail line, beginner line, half pipe, jib park, and superpipe. The more than 100 obstacles are looked after by a professional shape crew daily to maintain the perfect conditions. It doesn't matter which level, whether you're a beginner or a pro: in the Absolut Park you can find everything your Freestyle heart desires.

Burton the Stash
Burton the Stash on the Shuttleberg Flachauwinkl-Kleinarl

Burton the Stash is a park concept which was invented personally by Jake Burton and the snowboard legend Craig Kelly. True to the motto "the woods are the goods" it's not about perfectly prepared slopes or obstacles shaped down to the last detail. Here the creativity of the rider is needed. The obstacles are partly hidden in the Stash Park and can nearly always be take in different variants. The natural terrain additionally offers unlimited jib possibilities.