Filzmoos is a perfect Austrian ski resort as it has a small quiet village centre and access to a vast ski area. Sitting at the foot of the picturesque Bischofsmütze and Dachstein mountains, Filzmoos enjoys a privileged position within the Sportwelt region which is centrally located in Austria's biggest ski area - the Ski Amadé area. From the heart of Filzmoos you have access to 860km of marked ski slopes, along with almost endless off-piste areas, and loads of other snow sports terrain and facilities.For downhill skiing and snowboarding the slopes of the Ski Amadé area are hugely varied, and therefore Filzmoos is the ideal base for mixed ability groups. The immediate area around the resort has lots of gentle nursery and beginner areas, as well as a good choice of red intermediate slopes. For experts and anyone else wishing to explore, Filzmoos has great links to other resorts in the Sportwelt region and the entire Ski Amadé.Filzmoos is particularly well-known for its cross country skiing facilities. There are numerous trails through the valley, but the most famous route is the high altitude Rossbrand. Covering 14km this skating trail is between 1,600m to 1,700m and snow-sure until spring. And throughout the season the resort organises cross country ski trips for all ability levels, as well as other outings like night skiing, ski tours, and ski school races.If you want non-ski and board activities you can choose from Filzmoos' numerous options. There are lots of winter walking routes, toboggan slopes, and tours on horse-drawn sleighs or dog sleds. For more relaxing activities you can visit the leisure centre to enjoy the swimming pool and spa facilities, or use the indoor climbing wall and bowling alley. Evenings in the resort can be spent in the restaurants and bars, or you can enjoy the music concerts and other events. Filzmoos also has a couple of clubs for late night après skiers.