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22 Number of reviews:

95 % Recommendation rate:

Resort 7.5
Ski area 7.6

Information about the ski area


Highest point: 2,989 m
Lowest point: 1,301 m
Altitude ski resort: 966 m
Lifts in total: 13
Tow lifts: 8
Chair lifts: 1
Gondola lift: 4
Pistes in total: 55 km
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Ski routes: 10 km

Ski area Großglockner-Heiligenblut

The lift pass "Großglockner" gives you access to 55 kilometres of snow-sure and free pistes as well as 13 lifts between 1,301 and 2,902 m. Here, at the foot of Austria's highest mountain (3,798 m), skiers, snowboarders and carvers can mainly enjoy intermediate slopes - and a dream-like backdrop!

The broad slopes at Sonnen- and Fleissalm are perfect in order to try out the first swings in the snow. The steep piste from the Schareck summit to the Fallbichl is a true challenge for experienced skiers as well, just like the ski route from Schareck to Fleissalm. The lift that goes through a former water pipeline tunnel from the Roßbach midway station to Fleissalm is a unique experience.

The greater part of the pistes is above the tree line, so that off-piste fans can make short side trips through the deep snow. The Freeride Arena at Großglockner leaves nothing to be desired. There are several different runs for ski and boarders waiting to be explored in the area between Gjaidtroghöhe at an altitude of 2,989 m, and the mountain valley Heiligenblut at an altitude of 1,288 m - free riders can let off steam on an area of more than 15 km². Ski tours can best be made in the High Tauern National Park, which is one of the largest ski touring areas in the Eastern Alps. There even is a National Park ski tour bus.

The quaint mountain huts in the ski area invite you to enjoy regional specialities with a unique mountain panorama view. Family with children and those looking for relaxation will have a wonderful time 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.

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(3.6 out of 5 stars)

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Families & children
Experts & freeriders
Snow parks
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Mountain restaurants, huts & gastronomy
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