... in Obergurgl and Hochgurgl in Tyrol

Skiing in the Obergurgl-Hochgurgl ski area in Tyrol


Whether powder snow or crunching firn while skiing in the sun - the pistes in Obergurgl-Hochgurgl offer pure pleasure for young and old on 110 kilometres of pistes.

Overview of facts:

24 Lifts

6 8-person gondolas
1 6-person gondolas
2 6-seater chair lifts with wind protection shields
5 4-seater chair lifts with wind protection shields
1 double chair lift
7 T-bar lifts

Ski runs in Obergurgl & Hochgurgl

easy - 35km

intermediate - 55km

difficult - 20 km

Longest run:

Wurmkogl - Obergurgl/Pill (8 km - difference in altitude 1.260 m).

Most difficult run:

Obergurgl, Hohe Mut Alm - Gaisberg, mogul slope, number: 11

Hochgurgl, Top Mountain Star - Wurmkogl Mittelstation, steep, number 27

Snow making systems

90 Percent of the slopes in Obergurgl-Hochgurgl are groomed with artificial snow. This guarantees the ski region's reputation as "most snow-sure wintersports region in the Alps" from a technical point as well. If both the temperature and the humidity are ideal, the snow making facilities start automatically. Five weather stations in the area provide the necessary detailed information.