Skigastein and its four ski areas

During your well-deserved winter holiday in Skigastein, you’ll have convenient access to four diverse ski areas: Schlossalm-Angertal-Stubnerkogel, Sportgastein, Graukogel and Dorfgastein-Großarltal. Each ski area is designed to cater to the different interests of winter sports enthusiasts. For instance, Schlossalm-Angertal-Stubnerkogel is a favourite among families, while ambitious freeriders enjoy the backcountry in Sportgastein for thrilling firn and powder adventures. If you find yourself struggling to choose between these fantastic options, no worries – the ski bus network effortlessly connects Skigastein’s ski areas, making it a breeze to reach your preferred slopes.

Schlossalm-Angertal-Stubnerkogel ski area

Where winter sports and adventure go hand in hand: The Schlossalm-Angertal-Stubnerkogel ski area, nestled in the heart of Skigastein, stands as the largest interconnected skiing destination in the region. Offering a diverse array of slopes, it’s a haven for adventure seekers, with attractions like the suspension bridge and the Glocknerblick viewing platform. As for the young ones, children learn to love snow sports at Familypark Gastein and on the Funslope, while seasoned skiers show off their skills on the Skimovie race courses.

Sportgastein ski area

Sportgastein, the highest ski area in Ski Amadé, boasts 24 kilometers of ski runs and high-alpine allure. Beyond its appeal for classic skiing enthusiasts, it’s also a paradise for spirited adventurers. As a freeride eldorado, Sportgastein attracts powder and firn aficionados from across the globe. The Freeride Info Base and the Avalanche Training Center (ATC) prioritize athlete safety and bolster their avalanche savviness.

Graukogel ski area

Graukogel welcomes you with natural snow, thrilling descents and the soothing allure of its stone pine forest. For ski touring enthusiasts, the Zirbenroas and Graukogel ski touring routes offer a perfect snowy escape in nature. The scenic terrain also provides ideal conditions for natural snowshoe hiking, complete with charming huts to take a break at.

Dorfgastein-Großarltal ski area

At the Dorfgastein-Großarltal ski area, at a lofty 2,033 metres, you’ll find abundant skiing options and a family-friendly winter escape. The ski area comprises approximately 70 kilometers of ski runs and – coupled with the Gasti Snowpark for children – guarantees memorable days in the snow. When it’s finally time to take a break, the cozy ski huts are an ideal spot to relax and savor a tasty meal.

Perfectly connected with the ski bus

In the morning, you can enjoy quality time with your family on Schlossalm – and later, after a delightful break on Stubnerkogel, make your way from Bad Gastein or Angertal back to Bad Hofgastein. In Skigastein, flexibility knows no bounds. Thanks to the convenient local ski bus network, you can effortlessly travel from your hotel to the slopes and seamlessly transition between one ski area and the next, all without unnecessary detours.

What’s even better is that, with winter sports gear or a valid ski pass, the ski bus is free of charge. Embrace the day to the fullest and let spontaneity guide your adventures!

Your winter tickets for Skigastein

Ready to conquer the diverse slopes of Skigastein? For a relaxed ascent, you’ll need the perfect winter ticket. Whether you prefer day tickets, convenient multi-day ski passes, comprehensive all-inclusive cards or attractive combined tickets for both skiing and the thermal spa: The choice is yours. Explore your options and book your ticket online today!

Plan your perfect ski day in Skigastein!

Ski rental & service
Ski rental & service
Get top-notch equipment and expert advice
Alpine & cross-country ski schools
Alpine & cross-country ski schools
Enhance your skills on the slopes and trails
Culinary delights in the Gastein Va
Culinary delights in the Gastein Va
Indulge in delicious treats after a day of snowy adventures