A first glance at the trail map reveals that Bad Gastein must be an intermediate skier’s ski paradise! A total of 63 % of Bad Gasteins terrain is earmarked intermediate level (red). The ski resort is linked to Bad Hofgastein via Schlossalm, Angertal and Stubnerkogel which results in a literally breathtaking amount of slopes. Intermediate skiers are taken up and around the resort by superfast state of the art lift facilities. Apart from the valley descent to Bad Gastein the entire ski resort can be explored on intermediate level terrain. Especially recommendable are the B11 slope as well as the little more challenging B 19. If you are looking for some off piste fun leave the timber line behind and head to the Stubnerkogel where you’ll find excellent powder conditions. Winter athletes who like to test their skills and push their limits can check out the difficult black B20 slope. Due to the abundance of intermediate level trails and the state of the art lift facilities we reward this ski resort with excellent 10 points!