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Highest point: 2,989 m
Lowest point: 1,301 m
Altitude ski resort: 950 m
Lifts in total: 12
Tow lifts: 7
Chair lifts: 1
Gondola lift: 4
Pistes in total: 55 km
20 km
34 km
1 km
Ski routes: 10 km

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170 Number of reviews:

92 % Recommendation rate:

Resort 8.3
Ski area 8.6

Ski area Grossglockner-Heiligenblut

With the lift pass "Grossglockner" you will find 55 km of snow-sure and mainly free pistes, as well as 13 lift systems between the altitudes of 1,301 and 2,902 m available to use. Here, at the foot of the highest mountain in Austria (3,798 m), with a spectacular backdrop, skiers, boarders and carvers will find mainly intermediate pistes.

For practising the first swings in the snow, the wide slopes at the Sonn- and Fleissalm are ideal to use. The steepest piste from the Schareck peak to Fallbichl is something of a challenge, just as the ski route from Schareck to the Fleissalm. A unique experience is the ride from the Rossbach middle station to the Fleissalm in the tunnel lift, which leads through a former water transfer tunnel.

As the majority of the pistes is above the tree line, there are also many off-piste possibilities to try a few swings directly alongside the piste. The free ride arena at the Großglockner doesn't leave anything to be desired either. Between the Gjaidtroghöhe (2,989 m) and the mountain resort Heiligenblut there are various runs for skiers and snowboarders, which are just waiting to be explored. On an area of over 15 km², free riders can really let loose. Great ski tours can be found at the High Tauern National Park - this is one of the biggest ski tour areas of the Eastern Alps. There is even a National Park ski tours bus.

The quaint huts in the ski area invite you in for a traditional snack, which you can enjoy in front of a magnificent mountain panorama. Families with children and tranquillity seeker will feel well at home here.
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Expert rating report Grossglockner-Heiligenblut

The rating report Grossglockner-Heiligenblut comprises the main groups "Top rating categories", "Categories for special interests" and "Further rating categories" which all influence the overall result with their own count.

Overall rating

(3.6 out of 5 stars)

Top rating categories
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Lifts & cable cars
Reliability for snow

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Families & children
Experts & freeriders
Snow parks
Cross-country facilities & trails

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Après ski
Orientation (piste maps, info boards & sign posting)
Mountain restaurants, huts & gastronomy
Getting there & parking facilities