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Overview of Grossarltal - the valley of mountain huts
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PANORAMA LIFT
IN GROSSARLTAL
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Last update: 01.10.2016 16:41
OPEN HUTS IN THE SKI AREA
  • Laireiteralm (bei Liftbetrieb)
  • Gehwolf Alm
  • Gipfelstadl (täglich außer Mo.) (bis 23. Oktober)
  • Heumoosalm
    (bis 1. Oktober)
  • Grabnerhütte
    (bis 15. Oktober)
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OF OPERATION
Continuously from 09.00 to 12.00 and from 13.30 to 16.30

14.05. to 02.07.2016

Tuesday, Friday and Saturday

03.07. to 25.09.2016

Daily except Monday

27.09. to 29.10.2016

Tuesday, Friday and Saturday
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Grossarltal

In a beautiful, fog-free alpine setting, Grossarltal lies ca. 70 km south of Salzburg City of Mozart in the Pongau district.

Grossarltal valley, with its two communities Grossarl and Hüttschlag, separates the Hohe Tauern and Niedere Tauern ranges. It is an arm of the Radstädter Tauern and thus the easternmost of the Tauern valleys. And with a total length of 27 km, it is one of the longest of the Tauern valleys along with Gasteinertal and Raurisertal. It extends from the Arlscharte (elev. 2,252 m) in Hohe Tauern National Park, via Hüttschlag (1,020 m) and Grossarl (924 m) all the way to Liechtensteinklamm Gorge.

Due to its unusually high concentration of mountain huts, Grossarltal has been aptly nicknamed “The Valley of Mountain Huts”. In fact, around 40 huts greet you in Grossarl and Hüttschlag. “The world’s most charming cul-de-sac”, Grossarltal is a popular destination year-round, also offering magnificent hiking, mountaineering and mountain-bike tours in summertime.

Other sports and recreational activities, including swimming, tennis, mini golf, beach volleyball, angling, wellness and walking, play an important role in Grossarltal as well. For the children, we have brought the magic of the mountains down into the valley – at our big adventure playground “Rucki Zucki’s Gaudi-Alm”, big and small have an utterly enjoyable time.

In winter, the valley is famous for its outstanding skiing opportunities, part of the Ski amadé alliance – the greatest skiing enjoyment in all of Austria. 73 kilometers of pistes and other great offers including “Skikeriki”, free WiFi, Oases of Relaxation, fun & children’s areas add the perfect finishing touches. This makes the Grossarltal-Dorfgastein ski area a perfect destination for all ability levels as well as families.

Likewise, winter hikers, cross-country skiers, snowshoers, backcountry tourers and wellness fans find their own piece of heaven here in Grossarltal.



Grossarl
Grossarl
The town of Grossarl (920 m) is the main community in Grossarltal, nestled just about in the middle of the valley.
Hüttschlag
Hüttschlag
The former mining town of Hüttschlag (1,020 m) is also part of Hohe Tauern National Park and it is a village of mountaineers.
Sonnenaufgang im Skigebiet
Grossarltal Blog

Keep up with fascinating and exciting information from Grossarltal.    

Hohe Tauern National Park
Hohe Tauern National Park

Founded in 1981, Hohe Tauern National Park covers some 1,834 m², making it the biggest national park in the Alps. Hüttschlag has also been a protected area since 1991.   

Grossarl in winter
Local Map

Check out both towns, Grossarl and Hüttschlag, even before you arrive.     

Grossarltal skiing region
Grossarltal from A - Z
Everything you need to know about the infrastructure in Grossarltal listed from A – Z.