Good snow conditions and perfectly prepared slopes for all levels. The small Austrian town of Wagrain is part of the district of St. Johann im Pongau, located in the state of Salzburg. This village-station is framed in a valley that extends from the Salzach River, in Sankt Johann (in the west), to the Enns River (in the east). The municipality includes the areas of Hof Katastralgemeinden, Hofmarkt, Schwaighof and Vorderkleinarl. Wagrain belongs to one of the five ski areas that make up the ski area of Ski Amade. More specifically, it is part of the Salzburger Sportwelt region, which is composed of other nearby resorts such as Flachau, St. Johann / Alpendorf, Zauchensee, Flachauwinkl, Kleinarl, Radstadt, Altenmarkt, Eben, Filzmoos and Goldegg. The base of the Wagrain station is located at 650 meters above the sea level and its highest peak is around 2,200 meters. Regarding the technical characteristics of the area, the complex has 20 ski lifts, as well as 35 skiing kilometers for all levels with green, red, blue and black tracks. Acquiring the Ski Amade pass, the skier enjoys more than 860 kilometers of slopes and 270 ski lifts that make up the ski area with the same name. It is one of the largest unions of ski resorts in Austria.