Winter in Badgastein

Skiing.....snowboarding.....snow and more snow....

Video fly through of ski slopes...

What skiing in the Gastein Valley offers….

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This was compiled by a friend on our last skiing trip in early 2014.

Owners Experience of skiing in Badgastein

written under pen name of a Zulu on Skiis

Ski Check List

You wouldn’t want to head for the slopes without these….

Sportsgastein
Stubnerkogel, Angertal and Schlossalm
Schlossalm and Angertal

 Sportsgastein is the highest (2700 m) of the ski runs in the area, being at the top of the main Gastein valley. It is snow-sure until the very end of the season in May. It offers the best off-piste skiing and is rewarding in it’s scenic snow bowl-like setting.

 

Stübnerkögel (left in pic) is the main ski area above Bad Gastein.
Stubnerkogel offers extensive skiing and also has a snow park and a suspension bridge for a vertiginous walk across the valley!

 

 

Pic to left:

Graukogel (top left)
Sportsgastein (top right)
Stubnerkogel (centre) and
Schlossalm (bottom)

Follow signs out of the top of Badgastein to the top of the valley (8 km) or take the ski bus.


Angertal (middle in pic) is the interlinking ski centre but is also accessible by road from Bad Hofgastein. Angertal also has a great ski school and is fantastic for beginners.

Schlossalm (right in above  pic) is interlinked with Angertal but also accessible by road from north Bad Hofgastein.

Ski Pass

take a look at ski pass options and prices….

Ski Hire

Hire skis, poles or snowboard, boots, helmet.

Ski School

Book into ski school….we recommend Angertal for absolute beginners (accessible from Stubnerkogel via ski lift or a 20 min drive via Badhofgastein.

Ski bus

We recommend hiring a car as the apartment has its own parking place, but buses are frequent, reliable and free with ski pass!

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