Ski area Bad Hofgastein

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Gasteinertal

Mountain range Goldberg Gruppe
Vertical drop 840 - 2300 meters
Descent 1460 meters

Mountain(s) Hohe Scharte 2289m

Ski slopes

64 ski slopes, 90km
  • novice27km
  • intermediate58km
  • expert5km

Loipes 20km

Ski lifts

drag- chair- gondolas
101713
Total lifts 41
capacity: 83727 persons/hour

Ski pass

Currency: euro
Daycard adult 57.00
6-day card 275.50
Daycard child 28.00
6-day card 138.00

Altitude

Intermediate (<=2000m) 41%
High (<=3000m) 59%

Slope angle

Bit steep 14%
Steep 7%
Very steep 3%
Extrem. steep 1%

Orientation

North 22%
East 4%
South 11%
West 63%

Bad Hofgastein ratings

Ski resort ratings for Bad Hofgastein compared to all other ski resorts. Based on 156 reviews.

Overall 69 Skiing 65Skiregion 69
BeginnerIntermediateAdvancedOff-PisteSnow
6.9 6.97.0 7.67.3 7.76.5 7.15.7 6.8
FamilyAtmosphereNatureWalkingLifts
6.8 7.67.3 7.86.3 6.77.0 7.77.3 7.0

Bad Hofgastein reviews

Good skiing, low key apres-ski, cheap B&Bs, friendly locals, very good ski bus links in valley, lots of blues and reds, few black runs, over 200k piste. We visited Bad Hofgastein in Feb 07, a very poor year for snow all round. The valley is split into 4 main regions, two of which are: Dorfgastien/Grobtarl: Nice, usually quiet, tree lined, quite runs, good restaurants at the side of the slopes, quaint Tirolean village (Grobtarl side has the best snow). Bad Hofgastein: has no alpine charm, it is a pretty new looking spa/large hotel town with no apres-ski scene worth mentioning. If you are looking for St Anton/Ischgl parties DO NOT VISIT. The skiing is good, it has a very long run of about 8km
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Address
Gasteinertal Tourismus GmbH Gasteiner Bundesstrasse 367 5630 Bad Hofgastein Austria
Bad Hofgastein Salzburgerland Austria

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