- The vertical drop from summit to base is 1,000 m. The average difference in altitude between base and summit of ski resorts in Austria is 741 m. Most runs are therefore relatively long.
- Average snow depth during the season (2 Dec to 24 Sep) is 25 cm at summit elevation and 5 cm at base elevation. Snow coverage is usually best during February, offering an average snow depth of 83 cm at summit elevation and 25 cm at the base.
Enjoy the Hochzeiger experience with its 9 cableways, 40 kilometres of pistes and 1,000 metres of ups and downs! Savour sublime family-friendliness, Pitztal hospitality, stunning events and loads more … For the Hochzeiger will make your holiday dreams come true: a winter stay over here is nothing less than superb for skiers, snowboarders, carvers or tobogganists. Sun, snow and the pleasure of the pistes at 1,450 to 2,450 m above sea level 54 km of superbly prepared downhills await you! Families in particular love the Hochzeiger skiing area because of its compactness, spacious downhill runs and sunny slopes. The marvellous choice of pistes is a dream come true for people regardless of age or level of pro. ciency:enjoy a wide range of experiences from the pleasant family downhill to the mogul for the truly daring. Where brilliant Benni Raich skis at home Fancy meeting up face-to-face with our Pitztal skiing star Benni Raich? It’s a dream that can come true on the Hochzeiger. After all, the area around here is the training ground and home venue of the well known skier. Benni Raich: Twice world champion at Bormio 2005 • Two-time Olympic gold medallist in 2006 • Overall World Cup champion in 2006