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The Grossglockner/Heiligenblut Ski Area

The Grossglockner/Heiligenblut Ski Area

Skiing in the Grossglockner/Heiligenblut Ski Area – face to face with the Grossglockner

The sun is out, the air is freezing cold; the powder snow has covered the world in a myriad of glittering ice crystals. If you’re thinking ‘photo opportunity’, you are spot-on. Vast, snow-covered mountainsides, perfectly groomed pistes, feathery powder snow – and in the background, the pyramid shape of the 3789-metre-high Grossglockner, Austria’s highest mountain. An outing in the Grossglockner/Heiligenblut Ski Area is a fantastic experience, not just for winter sports enthusiasts, but also for photographers, nature lovers, and anyone with an appreciation for truly breathtaking views.

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Natural snow and off-piste adventures

The Grossglockner/Heiligenblut Ski Area offers a host of characteristics that will make the heart of any winter-sports-enthusiast beat faster. These include high snow reliability, versatile pistes and limited waiting times for cableways and lifts. A total of 55 kilometres of maintained pistes and 12 ski-lift facilities take full advantage of the terrain, whilst leaving plenty of space for off-piste adventures to the left and right-hand sides of the groomed slopes. Powder-snow fans and off-piste enthusiasts will feel right at home in Heiligenblut and the surrounding area.

Fact box: Grossglockner/Heiligenblut Ski Area

  • 55 km of groomed pistes (31.1 km fall line) for all levels of ability
  • 12 modern, comfortable ski-lift facilities
  • 4 ski routes and 1500 hectares of  Freeride Arena divided into 6 Freeride Sectors
  • NEW: Freeride Checkpoint at the ‘Mittelstation Rossbach’ cableway station
  • Special family offers such as the Family Package (includes children’s ‘Snowman Ticket’)
  • Grossglockner PLUS Card with unbeatable offers
  • Snowsports School offering anything from kids group lessons to deep-snow training
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Opening times winter 2018/19

Durning the winter season 2018/19 the ski area Grossglockner/Heiligenblut is open as follows: 

  • 07th of December 2018: Ease into the Season
  • 08th of December 2018 till 31st of March 2019: Opening times for all the pists
  • 1st of april 2019 till 22nd of April 2019: Opening times with the pists Schareck und Fallbichl 
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Beginner to expert - something for everyone

Alpine skiing, carving, snowboarding or off-piste skiing - the professional instructors at the Grossglockner/Heiligenblut Snowsports School will be happy to teach you anything you’ve set your heart on. At the Ski Nursery, even the youngest budding athletes learn the basics of life on the slopes, while those ages 4 and up are able to join a kid’s group lesson. For a greater athletic challenge, there are alpine skiing and snowboarding courses. As with most things, one-to-one lessons are the fastest way to success. Check out the Grossglockner PLUS Card for fantastic offers and included services!

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Sunny Card - Simply skiing

With the SunnyCard, ski-enthusiastic families get very special benefits throughout Austria in all SunnyCard ski areas, including the Großglockner/Heiligenblut ski resort. If both parents buy this season pass, children under 15 are free, just like that, for the entire ski season. Skiing becomes a special experience for families and is affordable again in more than ten ski resort all over Austria and South Tyrol. Until October 31st, you will benefit from the low season-start-price of € 414,- per person. If you strike straight away, you will start well and affordable in the 2018/2019 ski season, which by the way will kick off in Heiligenblut on December 7th 2018 - BE PART OF IT with the SunnyCard. More information about the order

Safety First - conduct on the slopes

  • We always keep to marked and authorised runs 
  • After stopping, we look up the slope before continuing
  • We are never reckless – we control our speed and demeanour at all times
  • We stay aware of what’s happening around us, and adapt our speed to the level of visibility
  • Slower skiers and snowboarders always have right of way
  • We never linger below ridges or in areas with restricted visibility
  • Mountainsides outside of the marked ski area are entered at the skier’s own risk
 

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Can’t wait to glide down pristine slopes with a close-up view of the Grossglockner?

Then be sure to make your way to Heiligenblut at the first sign of winter. We look forward to seeing you!

For information on any aspect of your holiday, don’t hesitate to contact us, send us a no-obligation holiday enquiry, or phone us on +43 4824 2700-20.

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