Useful info from A-Z
Find out the answers to the most frequently asked questions about accessibility
Here you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions regarding accessibility at the Gasteiner Bergbahnen.
Find out detailed information about the Fun Center on the Stubnerkogel
The Fun Center is located in the basement of the summit restaurant on the Stubnerkogel and provides barrier-free access: simply leave the mountain station via the terrace of the summit restaurant. The entrance to the snack room will also bring you to the Fun Center. Our little guests, especially, will have a great time there thanks to the ball pit, a climbing area, table football and air hockey. Next to the Fun Center there is also a lounge and snack room.
Find out which hikes are possible for people with disabilities
On the Schlossalm, the small lake tour is possible for people with disabilities. The hike is 1.2 km long and takes around 30 minutes. The total ascent is 50m and the elevation change 26m. The average gradient is around 5%. This hike leads along the beautiful Schlossalmsee, which is located on a flat plateau. The path is very wide, but due to the ascent the path might be challenging for people with disabilities in some places. Therefore, we ask you to assess at your own discretion whether this hike is feasible for you or not.
Find out who Inspector Rolly is
Peter Deutinger from Dorfgastein tests various facilities for their wheelchair friendliness. Here you can find his summer test report from the Stubnerkogel.
Non-stop to the top
No change at the Schlossalm cable car and Stubnerkogel cable car
Due to the newly built Schlossalm cable car, no change at the middle station is necessary. On the Stubnerkogel cable car, you can also ride up the mountain without changing.