Ski area Bad Hofgastein


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
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


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

Slope angle

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


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
6.9 6.97.0 7.67.3 7.76.5 7.15.7 6.8
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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Gasteinertal Tourismus GmbH Gasteiner Bundesstrasse 367 5630 Bad Hofgastein Austria
Bad Hofgastein Salzburgerland Austria

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