Spiegelsee Reiteralm | © Schladming-Dachstein_Herbert Raffalt

Pichl - Reiteralm 

Insider tip for coziness, originality and naturalness

The Reiteralm in Pichl is the training mountain of the ski-elite like Marcel Hirscher and in the meantime the western gate to the 4-mountain-interconnected ski area. The broad and generous slopes offer pleasure ski runs and slopes fun into the valley. For professionals and freestyler the Reiteralm offers the X-Point, the 'Black-Quartett' as well as the Reiteralm Crosspark. But also the kids don't come off badly with the kids land and the rainbow alp
The connection to the Ramsauer loipes network offers a unique connection from ski alpine and cross country.

Also in Summer Pichl has its charm because of its big sporty leisure time range with many hiking possibilities, Enns-Radweg(R7) and mountainbike routes, running- and nordic walking routes and horse riding trails. Another hit is the  Pichler leisure park and bathing lake.  this offer a big lawn, children's playground with hapsburg, Wikinger ship, beach volley ball- tennis- and football play grounds.

With the new 8er chair lift you can levitate directly in the hiking and excursion area of the Reiteralm. Well-known is the Reiteralm circular track with the Dachstein reflection in the famous "Spiegelsee".


  • 799m above sea level
  • 907 inhabitants
  • the most rustic ski huts for miles around
  • selective, best-prepared pistes
  • Training mountain of the skiing elite like Marcel Hirscher
  • Cross-country trails with connection to the Ramsau trail network
  • Leisure park and Pichl bathing lake
  • Snow-speed-run Reiteralm
  • X-Point, Crosspark and Black Quartett
  • Kids land 'the rainbow alp'
  • Horse-drawn sleigh rides
  • Romantic winter hikes
  • Ice running at the frozen lake
  • Leisure park & Bathing Lake Pichl
  • Rafting & kayaking
  • Paragliding
  • Reiteralm - starting point for many hikes
  • Mountain lakes
  • 8-seater gondola lift
  • Enns Cycle Route (R7)
  • Nordic Walking trails
  • Mountain biking trails