- The vertical drop from summit to base is 700 m. The average difference in altitude between base and summit of Ski Resorts in Austria is 734 m. The ski resort takes you to an elevation of 2,300 m.
- Season starts on 8 Dec and ends on 15 Apr (128 days). Average season duration in Austria is 114 days.
- Average snow depth during the season (8 Dec to 15 Apr) is 125 cm at summit elevation and 57 cm at base elevation. Snow coverage is usually best during February, offering an average snow depth of 149 cm at summit elevation and 73 cm at the base.
- Galtür features 51 sunny days on average per season. The average for all ski Resorts in Austria is 49 sunny days. January is the sunniest month with an average of 15 sunny days.
1 ski area | 6 sectors Gaining experience and learning step by step – with special emphasis on children Whoever is fit enough for a higher level will take a crack at the next sector. Here one has thought of children and adolescents in particular, because three of the six sectors are reserved for them: while the “Zwergerlwelt” (Kids World) is reserved for the littlest ones, the somewhat bigger ones will get their money’s worth in the “Abenteuerland” (Adventure World), featuring an enchanted forest with witch house, mogul runs and steep curves. The “Actionpark” is meant for adolescents – though the exception proves the rule, as everyone knows, and so one or the other young-at-heart will likely test his or her skills with jumps and on rails. The adventure ski arena is rounded off with the “Heldenreich” (A place for heroes) for off-piste adventures and freeriding as well as the “Pistenparadies” with 40 km of ski runs. Sector 06 offers cross-country skiing with 74 kilometres of trails, snowshoeing and winter hiking trails on the programme. The individual sectors are clearly shown on the map of the ski area and are of course outfitted with sign posts in the ski area. After all, everyone should know what to expect. :: Sector 01: Kid´s world Where little ones have fun and games learning to ski without stress. They can rideto the top on three convenient conveyor belts and a practice lift. Then it’s down to the slalom, between the little hats or on the mogul. Bambiniland also features magic arpets, a children’s carousel, a slide and a conveyor belt for snowboarders. All of thefacilities are free to use. :: Sector 02: Adventureworld There are tons of ways to have fantastic fun in the snow. So go on, try everythingout, just as you like. Put that helmet on and take a deep breath – you’re in for abrilliant time! :: Sector 03: Actionpark This is the place to watch true masters of their trade. And those who want toemulate them. Only practice makes perfect. Ah, if only practising was always asmuch fun as it is here. :: Sector 04: Place for heroes Careful! This is for experts only. Are youcourageous enough for these jumps? The cairns in the form of giants willshow you the way. Genuine heroes are born on this mountain. :: Sector 05: Piste paradise So it’s perfectly groomed pistes you’reafter? Well, Galtür has 40 km of ski runs easy, intermediate and difficult) as wellas three ski routes which can be accessed from 10 lifts. Whether you’re acarver or a snowboarder – the fun hereis guaranteed. And then of course youcan stop off at a restaurant right on the piste for traditional „Wiener schnitzel“or yeast dumplings. :: Sector 06: High & Nordic Take the plunge and step out into apristine winter landscape! Snowshoes hikes and Alpine tours with qualifiedmountain and ski guides are on theschedule. Or enjoy Nordic ski sport on cross-country ski tracks. Are you readyfor it? Weekly: Enjoy a pro-active experience of Silvapark in a group from Sundays to Fridays.
Snow Safety & Snowmaking
Snow Making Machines: 133
Snowphone+43 (0)50 990 277
Average snow depth of the last years (Summit)
Most Difficult Runs
Length: 1.1 km
Vertical Drop: 288 m
Bergstation Breitspitzbahn - Talstation Alpkogelbahn
Length: 4.2 km
Vertical Drop: 660 m
Length: 3.2 km
Vertical Drop: 710 m
Lighted runs: 2.20 km
Après-Ski and Nightlife
Bars and Pubs: 4
Dining and Restaurants