TOP QUALITY SKIING
is synonymous with the Obergurgl and Hochgurgl Ski Lift Company.
The skiing area of Obergurgl-Hochgurgl offers fun and excitement on its ski runs for beginners, intermediate and advanced skiers. The “Diamond of the Alps” lives up to its name not only when it comes to accommodation, service and enjoyment, but also in terms of skiing and snowboarding. The skiing area stands out with broad runs, no waiting times and plenty of space for every skier. More space on the ski run means that skiing is safer and that skiers can freely experience the essence of skiing and enjoy the winter landscape.
The area’s ski lifts can transport approximately 40,000 people per hour. This large capacity, together with several valley stations, guarantee that there are no waiting times. The high altitude of the skiing area (from 1,800m to 3,080m) makes a very long skiing season possible: The lifts are open from mid-November – the earliest opening of all of Tyrol’s non-glacial skiing areas – until the start of May. The skiing area offers 110 kilometres of variable runs and includes many back country trails for freeride skiers and powder fanatics. For their own safety, guests skiing in the ungroomed areas are advised to enquire about snow conditions, wear safety equipment, and book a ski guide if they are unsure.
Next to top quality skiing, the “Diamond of the Alps” also features high-end gastronomy. There are many places in the skiing area with a fantastic view, but the best is probably the view that can be enjoyed from the Top Mountain Star.
This architecturally unique restaurant awaits with breath-taking scenery of the Italian Alps and the Ötztal. Culinary delights are also offered at the Hohe Mut Alm, which offers high quality food and drink in the midst of 21 3,000 meter peaks.
Obergurgl-Hochgurgl is part of all of Tyrol’s multi-card providers (Freizeitticket, Regio Card, Tyrol Snow Card). Holders of these cards have full access to the skiing area. Guests holding a Freizeitticket or a Regio Card can even enjoy the area in summer (Hohe Mut and Top Mountain Star).