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Children’s hiking badge from Grossarltal
CURRENT WEATHER
afternoon
Saturday 4°C
4°C
Sunday
Sunday 8°C
8°C
Monday
Monday 10°C
10°C
OPEN PISTES & FACILITIES
SKI PISTES IN OPERATION
Open ski pistes
19/38
LIFTS IN OPERATION
Open lifts and cable cars
9/17
Last update: 24.02.2017 16:53
The pistes are closed from 5 p.m. until 8 a.m.
Skiing, boarding and walking on the pistes during this time is prohibited! Failure to comply with this prohibition will release the lift operator from all liability.
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OPENING TIMES

Season opening until the end of January

08.45 to 16.00

End of January until the end of March

08.45 to 16.15

End of March until season's end

08.45 to 16.30
NEWS

Daily ski operation:

In the Grossarl valley, all runs are open to the valley and prepared very well.
The slopes to Dorfgastein are open.
All ski routes are open.
The children’s area “Kreuzhoehe and Fischbacherwiese” and the snow park are also open.

The season will end on the 22nd of April 2017.

USEFUL LINKS FOR YOUR HIKING HOLIDAYS
HUTS IN GROSSARLTAL
Mountain huts in the Großarltal
CURRENTLY OPEN HUTS (PDF)
Open mountain huts
TOURING TIPS
Tour tips
LIVE CAMS FROM GROSSARLTAL
Grossarl webcam, 920 m
Livecam Panorama Lift, mountain station 1.850 m
Webcam Panoramabahn
Livecam Harbachbahn, mountain station 1.790 m
Webcam Harbachbahn
PHOTO GALLERY
Salzburger Bergadvent im Großarltal
Skiurlaub in Österreich im Großarltal mitten in Ski amade - Salzburger Land
ADVERTISING SPOTS & FILMS
Großarltal summer spot
Großarltal winter spot
PHOTO POINT
Fotopoint
Holiday happiness for all seasons
Fun Hiking Buttons for the Kids

Do your children like to hike? And have they already hiked to some of our huts and even the top of a few mountains? Well, we feel that their hiking achievements deserve a reward! That’s why Grossarltal has special hiking badges just for kids.

Rucki Zucki – the mascot of the “Gaudi-Alm” adventure playground – is featured on the buttons. The kids can hike their way to the following buttons:


  • Klettermaxl
  • Gipfelstürmer
  • Bergfex
Bergfex
Klettermaxl
Gipfelstürmer
How to earn hiking buttons
Collecting stamps towards hiking buttons

So, what do children have to do in order to get a hiking button? Quite simple: Slip on their hiking boots, then head out through the Grossarltal countryside up to our area huts and mountaintops. Along the way, you will find official stamps, which you can then use to fill in the space provided in our brochure “The Huts of Grossarltal”.

Or if you prefer, create your own stamp passbook and fill that in instead. Then, bring all of your stamps to the Grossarltal Tourist Office, where you will receive a free hiking button as a reward for your impressive hiking achievements.

Hiking Pins
Hiking pins in silver and gold, touring, alpine and high-alpine pins

For all you grown-up hikers, we also offer real hiking pins.  But the system is essentially the same: Simply collect official stamps at mountain huts and on the summits. You can earn the following hiking pins in Grossarl:


  • 50 points: silver hiking pin
  • 100 points: gold hiking pin
  • 300 points: touring pin
  • 500 points: alpine pine
  • 1,000 points: high-alpine pin
  • 2,500 points: silver hiking boot
  • 5,000 points: gold hiking boot

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