Wide slopes, perfectly groomed pistes, powder snow and the summit of the 3,798 m high Großglockner, Austria's highest mountain, in the background. Skiing in the Großglockner/Heiligenblut ski area is not just great from a sporting point of view. Those who enjoy the landscape will also get their money's worth.
"Guaranteed snow" is exactly how you can describe the Großglockner/Heiligenblut ski area. Not only that, the pistes are varied and you rarely have to worry about waiting times at the lifts. In addition to 55 kilometers of pistes, freeriders and off-piste skiers will also find plenty of free skiing space to conjure up their own lines in the snow. Where scenic beauty meets great skiing, that's Heiligenblut.
When your day's skiing starts in Heiligenblut, fortify yourself with a hearty breakfast buffet at the Pension Trojerhof. You have time, because the distances are short in Heiligenblut am Großglockner. Your ski boots are nice and warm, waiting for you at the heated boot warmer. Grab your skis, boots and poles and reach the valley station of the cable car in less than 5 minutes on foot. It will be a great day of skiing on the 55 km of slopes in the Großglockner/Heiligenblut ski area.
Skiing in the Großglockner/Heiligenblut ski area is not only a great sporting experience, photographers, landscape lovers and fans of breathtaking mountain panoramas will also get their money's worth.