Heiligenblut - Grossglockner Ski Resort

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# 6Intermediate Terrain in Europe
# 5Intermediate Terrain in Austria
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The ski area Großglockner/Heiligenblut offers mostely easy and intermediate slopes. The pistes are well-groomed and are not only suitable for skiers but also for snowboarders. The Großglockner (abbreviated “Glockner”) is the highest elevation in Austria with 3798 m. The mountain’s distinctive summit belongs to the Glockner group; a mountain range located in the mid part of the Hohe Tauern and is one of the most significant mountains in the Eastern Alps. The view on the mountain, which is one of Austria’s landmarks, is the natural star attraction of the Großglockner-Hochalpenstraße. The mountain valley Heiligenblut at the foot of the mountain welcomes guests and is not just because of it’s location in the heart of the Hohe Tauern national park a tourist magnet.

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Heiligenblut - Grossglockner Lodging

Best Time for Snow

Total Snowfall

33"
21"
14"
7"
0"
28"
Dec
24"
Jan
24"
Feb
6"
Mar

Terrain Overview

31%
Intermediate Runs
62%
Advanced Runs
8%
Expert Runs
17
Runs in Total
34.2 mi
Runs in Total
6.2 mi
Longest Run
34.2 mi
Skiable Terrain
10.6 mi
Snow Making

Total Lifts: 12

4
Gondolas & Trams
0
Eight Person Lifts
0
High Speed Sixes
0
High Speed Quads
1
Quad Chairs
0
Triple Chairs
0
Double Chairs
7
Surface Lifts

Elevation

9521'
Summit
5253'
Vertical Drop
4268'
Base
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