Once at the top, numerous hiking opportunities for the whole family await you. The Grossarl mountain lifts run on certain days during early summer and autumn, and daily in summer except Mondays. Discover the variety of opportunities close to the Panorama Lift during a glorious summer spent in Grossarltal.
- Special operating days: Saturday 15. & 22. May and Sunday 23. & Monday 24. May 2021
- Pre Season: 29. May to 29. June 2021: Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
- High season: 2. July to 26. September 2021: daily except Monday
- Off season: 28. September to 2. November 2021: Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
The gondola runs from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Summer Prices Panorama Lift
|Adult||Adult Guest Card*||Child||Child Guest Card*|
|Up and down the mountain
|€ 24.50||€ 21.00||€ 12.50||€ 10.50|
Up or down the mountain only (1 sections)
|€ 20.50||€ 18.00||€ 10.50||€ 9.00|
Up the mountain (2 sections) and down from the middel (1 section)
|€ 22.00||€ 19.00||€ 11.00||€ 9.50|
Up and down the mountain (2 sections)
|€ 20.50||€ 18.00||€ 10.50||€ 9.00|
Up or down the mountain (1 section)
|€ 11.00||€ 9.50||€ 5.50||€ 5.00|
|"Wanderschaukel Tagesticket" **||€ 31.50||€ 30.00||€ 18.00||€ 16.50|
Children: born 2006 - 2015 (ages 6 - 15)
Toddlers: born 2016 or later - free ride with the cable car
** The Grossarltal-Dorfgastein hiking day pass is also valid on the Grossarltal Panorama Lift as well as the Fulseck summit lift.
“Alm Sterndl” Ticket
This ticket is a real “star” for anyone wanting to enjoy a hike through alpine meadows in Grossarltal with the help of our lifts. This inexpensive “hiking ticket” allows you to pick any 3 days out of 12 consecutive days for roundtrip lift rides on the mountain – whenever you are in the mood and the weather allows. Once at the Panorama Lift mountain station, you can set out in all directions, just like following the points of a star, discovering relaxed hiking enjoyment in a beautiful alpine world.
Price per adult just € 55.50 (with Guest Card € 47.50); children € 27.50 (with Guest Card € 23.50) - valid only at the Panoramabahn.
Season card hiking swing Grossarltal-Dorfgastein
Valid in the Grossarltal and in the whole Gasteinertal
- Adult (born 2002 or earlier): € 110.00
- Youth (born 2003 - 2005): € 77.00
- Children (born 2006 - 2015): € 55.00
Ski amadé sports season ticket* prices for 2021 will follow
- Adult (born 2001 or earlier):
- Youth (born 2002 - 2004):
- Children (born 2005 - 2014):
Without Dachstein glacier and the alpine coasters Ramsau and Biberg
The Grossarl lifts are dedicated to being family-friendly. In recent years, numerous hiking paths have been created for the whole family.
A “pram path” leads from the mountain terminal of the Panorama Lift to “Spiegelsee” (due to important revision works in summer 2019 it is not filled with water). This hike was designed to be flat, allowing families to stroll effortlessly past the Kreuzkogel on the way to Mirror Lake. There, you will find a wobbly bridge and a barefoot path – the water truly has a magical effect on kids, and is also a welcome source of refreshment for adults as well.
Out on the Gamssteig Tour, you can hike with your family in the footsteps of hunters. During your hike you will discover nature and even, with a bit of luck, deer and chamois. The starting point for the hike is the so-called “Gamsjaga-Platzl” on the plateau. Here, if you look through your binoculars, you will be able to gaze out on one of the nearby mountains, while the chances are also pretty high that you will catch sight of a few wild creatures – after all, the Aigenalmen area boasts one of the largest populations of wild animals in all of Grossarltal. Along the Gamssteig, you will learn all about hunting in our Valley of Mountain Huts. Ultimately, the Gamssteig brings you to the two Aigenalmen huts. During this family hike, you can collect stamps and, if you stamp them in your stamp passbook, you will receive your very own Chamois Hunter’s Diploma. Though this certificate does not allow you to hunt for chamois, it does prove your ability to negotiate our mountain trails.
A pram hike (the “Kinderwagen Gipfelsieg”) is an easy walk to the top of the Kreuzkogel, offering a summiteering experience for the whole family to enjoy. Also a possibility: the Roslehenalm Tour – a pram-friendly path from the mountain station of the Panorama Lift to the mid-station.
The "Sense Path" from the Gehwolfalm is builet on the five elemens wood, fire, earth, metal and water. The way begins after a 5 minute walk from the Gehwolfalm in a beautiful landscape and crosses appr. 500 year old trees.
Playgrounds with go-karts located at some mountain huts close to the lift are a major attraction for the kids, turning your “lift hike” into a hit for the whole family.