•                 Top Quality Skiing in the Alps

    Gurgl Is Right on the Slopes

    Experience superb winter in all its glittering facets. The Diamond of the Alps boasts absolute snow reliability from November until late spring.

    First Line Obergurgl Hochgurgl

    Gurgl Winter 2021/2022

    • Altitude:
      5,905 - 10,104 ft (1,800 - 3,080 m)
    • Lifts:
      25 (39,400 passengers/hour)
    • Huts:
    • Length of Slopes:
      69 m (112 km) of slopes: 21 m (35 km) blue slopes / 34 m (55 km) red slopes / 12 m (20 km) black slopes
    • Longest run:
      5 m (8 km)
    • Snow-making:
      99% of slopes covered


    ...offers fun and excitement for beginner, intermediate, and advanced skiers on 69.5 miles (112 km) of perfectly groomed slopes with an absolute snow guarantee. The "Diamond of the Alps" lives up to its name not only when it comes to brilliant accommodation, service, and enjoyment, but also for skiing, snowboarding, powder riding, and freestyle skiing. 25 lifts are spread over the ski area, which offers some of Austria's best snow conditions at high altitudes (5,900 ft - 10,105 ft /1,800 m – 3,080 m) from mid-November through early May.

    Every year, Gurgl is the first non-glacier ski area in Tirol to open its slopes to eager winter sports enthusiasts. When it comes to intriguing food experiences, Gurgl gets points for refinement and originality.

    The “Diamond of the Alps” shines in full splendour with umbrella bars, rustic mountain huts, top-quality mountain restaurants, and après-ski-bars strewn across the area. Crowds are unheard of in Gurgl's exclusive setting. The resort is designed to give visitors privacy and an undisturbed Alpine experience.