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Ski pass news: Obergurgl-Hochgurgl and Sölden unite

Double fun on the slopes on your skiing holiday in Obergurgl-Hochgurgl

The new Ötztal Super Ski Pass

Together we’re stronger

Spend Saturday wedeling on the Obergurgl-Hochgurgl slopes and Sunday carving in Sölden. Soak in the sun in Hochoetz-Kühtai on Monday and explore Niederthai’s slopes on Tuesday. Discover the sporty side of Gries on Wednesday and spend Thursday stirring up the snow in Vent. On Friday, return to the Obergurgl-Hochgurgl ski resort – if you haven’t already.

The whole of the Ötztal Valley is joining forces for the 2018/2019 winter season, and visitors will be thrilled. Enjoy six ski resorts, 356km of slopes and 90 ski lifts with just one pass. The new Super Ski Pass is available for three or more days.

Taking skiing holidays to a whole new level:
6 ski resorts, 356km of slopes and 90 ski lifts.
Explore the entire Ötztal Valley with just one ski pass.

Together we’re stronger

Spend Saturday wedeling on the Obergurgl-Hochgurgl slopes and Sunday carving in Sölden. Soak in the sun in Hochoetz-Kühtai on Monday and explore Niederthai’s slopes on Tuesday. Discover the sporty side of Gries on Wednesday and spend Thursday stirring up the snow in Vent. On Friday, return to the Obergurgl-Hochgurgl ski resort – if you haven’t already. The whole of the Ötztal Valley is joining forces for the 2018/2019 winter season, and visitors will be thrilled. Enjoy six ski resorts, 356km of slopes and 90 ski lifts with just one pass. The new Super Ski Pass is available for three or more days.

Obergurgl-Hochgurgl – diamond of the Alps

May we introduce: Obergurgl-Hochgurgl, the diamond of the Alps. Natural snow paradise at the valley head of the Ötztal Alps. All the glorious prospects for your skiing holiday in Obergurgl-Hochgurgl in a nutshell:

  • Ski resort altitude: 1,800 to 3,080m above sea level
  • The first non-glacier ski area in Tyrol to open in November
  • 112km of slopes for all ages and skill levels – 36km easy, 56km intermediate and 20km challenging

  • Off-piste fun with almost unlimited variations
  • Two fun slopes and a snow park in the ski resort
  • Technical snowmaking possible on around 90 percent of the slopes

  • No waiting thanks to 25 lifts with a capacity of around 40,000 people per hour

  • Five feeder gondolas in the village: Hochgurglbahn, Festkoglbahn, Hohe Mut Bahn, Roßkarbahn and Kirchenkarbahn
  • Maximum space and safety on spacious, broad slopes above the tree line
  • Guaranteed snow from mid-November until May
  • TOP-level mountain restaurants: Hohe Mut Alm at 2,670m above sea level offers views of 21 three-thousanders and many glaciers
  • Highspot at 3,080m above sea level: TOP Mountain Star on the Wurmkogel ridge with 360° panoramic bar and views of the Dolomites as well as the Ötztal and Stubai Alps
  • TOP architectural gem on the Timmelsjoch High Alpine Road: TOP Mountain Crosspoint with the Kirchenkarbahn lower terminus, first-class restaurant and Europe’s highest-altitude motorcycle museum at 2,200m above sea level
  • Ski storage and ski rental available at the valley stations
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi in the ski area
  • Daily entertainment and cultural events
  • Discover much more!
Ski pass news for Skiing holiday in Obergurgl-Hochgurgl and Sölden Tyrol Austria

Sölden – hotspot of the Alps

World Cup venue and one of the most famous winter sports destinations in the Alps. Guaranteed ski fun and party atmosphere! Sölden’s winter sports status underscored by superlative facts and figures:

  • Ski resort altitude: 1,350 to 3,340m above sea level
  • Total slope area: 434 hectares
  • 144km of slopes for all skill levels – 70.2km easy, 44.6km intermediate and 1.9km challenging
  • The longest downhill run is 15km long with an altitude difference of 1,900m
  • Skiers have approx. 400sqm of space each
  • BIG 3: three three-thousand-metre peaks accessible by ski lifts

  • Two glaciers – the Rettenbach and Tiefenbach – are thought to be Austria’s largest developed glacier areas
  • Technical snowmaking possible on around 76 percent of the slopes
  • Absolute snow guarantee from October to May
  • Enjoy a new dimension of capacity and comfort with 31 state-of-the-art lifts offering a capacity of up to 70,000 people per hour
  • Two of the world’s most powerful feeder cable cars: the 8MGD Gaislachkoglbahn and the new 10MGD Giggijochbahn. These are considered exemplary masterpieces of technology and architecture
  • The Golden Gate to the Glacier lift offers a convenient connection between the glaciers and the ski resort
  • Ski racing challenges: the BIG 3 Rally and the Adrenalin Cup
  • Over 30 ski huts in the ski area
  • Culinary and architectural highlights: the iceQ restaurant that served as a location for ‘Spectre’, the James Bond blockbuster at 3,058m above sea level on the Gaislachkogl ski mountain and the new Rettenbach restaurant
  • Ski storage and ski rental available at the valley stations
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi in the ski area
  • The legendary après-ski party strip
  • A series of top Alpine events: Audi FIS Ski World Cup Opening, Electric Mountain Festival, live performance of ‘Hannibal’ at the Rettenback Glacier