17. Glocknerlamm-Fest in Heiligenblut am Großglockner

Vom 07.-08. September 2019 findet bereits das 17. Glocknerlamm-Fest in Heiligenblut am Großglockner statt. Wir laden alle Einheimischen und Gäste herzlich ein, mit uns diese Tage voller guter Unterhaltung und Genüssen vom Glocknerlamm zu feiern. Wir freuen uns über jeden einzelnen von euch.

Grossglockner E-Bike Summit 2019

To the Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Höhe by e-bike – powered by ‘Kleine Zeitung’. Calling all cycling and e-bike enthusiasts! On 9th June 2019, a very special event premieres in Heiligenblut am Grossglockner: e-bikers from far and wide will flock to Heiligenblut to experience a ride along the car-free Grossglockner High-Alpine Road – making their way from Heiligenblut’s village centre up to the Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Höhe, enjoying spectacular views along the way.

App and Away

This year’s edition of the Grossglockner Berglauf uphill race, which took place on 15 July 2018, was a great success: once again, top athletes from around the world proved their prowess in the Hohe Tauern Mountains – running from the village of Heiligenblut to the Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Höhe. Even if you didn’t make it to this year’s event, you can still bring the spirit of this unique competition to life this summer: with our special stop-watch app, you can measure your performance on the official Berglauf route – and pit yourself against the competition’s past participants.

What’s your best time? New stop-watch app for your own ‘Grossglockner Berglauf’ uphill race

The route used annually for the international ‘Grossglockner Berglauf’ running competition has been made the subject of a virtual stop-watch (courtesy of the German start-up ‘meinberglauf’) – allowing runners and hikers to enter into their own private race on Austria’s longest and best-known uphill running track.

New Snow Machine in the Fleiss Valley

Guaranteed snow cover in the high-alpine terrain: Heiligenblut is fully equipped to counteract the effects of climate change.

When 75% of a ski area is situated at altitudes higher than 2000 metres, excellent snow reliability is practically a given. Visitors to the Grossglockner/Heiligenblut ski area can indeed look forward to pistes that are predominantly covered in natural snow, along with fantastic off-piste runs. However, the last two winters have shown that even in this high-alpine terrain – especially at the beginning of the season – full snow cover on all pistes cannot always be guaranteed.

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