Faq's Ski touring on the slopes
Here you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions about piste ski tours
No. The designated piste tours can only be used outside the official piste closures and only when they are officially open. Whether a piste tour is open can be seen under: https://www.skigastein.com/en/winter/lifts-winter.
No. The use of unsigned ski runs is prohibited.
In the event of any accidents, the piste tourer has to reckon with legal liability consequences.
Yes, in the multi-day passes, the Ski amadé ALL-IN Card White and the Super Ski Card Premium the use of the designated piste touring routes is included.
There is a day ticket for 15 euros as well as a season ticket for 150 euros.
Both tickets are only valid for the designated piste tourer routes of the Gasteiner Bergbahnen AG.
Children (born 2007 and younger) can use the routes (without cable car ride) free of charge.
If a lift is used, a valid multi-day ticket, Ski amadé ALL-IN Card White, SuperSkiCard Premium, piste tour season or day ticket is required.
Young people (born 2004 to 2006) require a valid ticket for all piste tours.
Random checks are to be expected. If no valid ticket is presented, a single piste tourer ticket (€ 15,00) must be purchased.
Illegally parked vehicles are subject to a trespass lawsuit.
Tickets are available in the online ticket store and at all ticket offices of Gasteiner Bergbahnen AG.
Included are: Parking lot use, lift use of the first section (Schlossalm or Graukogel or Sportgastein), ascent tracks, ski run & infrastructure.
ATTENTION: The toll of the Gasteiner Alpenstraße is not included!
Piste tourers day tickets from the online ticket shop can be used directly on the smartphone or printed out yourself. No detour to the cash desk is necessary.
The smartphone can also be used when using the first section of the Schlossalmbahn or Graukogellift.
Season tickets for ski tourers are personalized and only available on a KeyCard.
When purchasing in the online ticket shop, the following options are available: topping up an existing KeyCard, picking it up at a cash desk, sending it by post.