Gastein Valley – with its three towns Bad Gastein, Dorfgastein and Hofgastein – is a true eldorado for winter sports enthusiasts. But did you know that the INTERSPORT Rent shops on site are an eldorado when it comes to high-quality ski equipment? Thanks to the expert advice of our RENTertainers, you’ll be perfectly equipped to hit the slopes of the Salzburger Land region.
Carving runs, mogul slopes, or pristine powder: Whatever your preferred terrain may be, our RENTertainers already have the right ski equipment ready for you. What’s the quickest way to get your gear? You can either rent it right on site or reserve it online before your arrival at the resort.
Gastein ski resort is not just perfect for leisure skiers. Those who enjoy a bit of adrenaline rushing through their veins will get their money's worth too, as will families with children and nature lovers. At an altitude of up to 2,700 metres, you can also explore the region’s backcountry, which is second to none – fresh pow guaranteed!
Warning! Graukogel will have you pushing your limits: If you’re up for the challenge, you can test your skills on steep descents and demanding slopes.
App with a map: Gastein is part of Ski amadé, which means it’s included in its interactive 3D map. In addition to ski runs, ski routes and lifts, you can also explore places of interest and receive a variety of other interesting information.
... you want to visit the highest ski resort in Ski amadé.
... you are looking to spend quality time with your family on 56 kilometres of blue runs.
... you are planning to explore Gastein Valley away from its ski runs.
... you would like to go on evening or full-moon ski tours.
... you can’t wait to discover the region’s spectacular freeride routes.
140 metres of pure thrill: Europe's highest suspension bridge is located at 2,300 metres above sea level. From Stubnerkogel mountain station, you can walk on the one-metre-wide swaying footbridge to the transmitter station on Stubnerkogel.
Your walk above the abyss will lead you across a distance of 140 heart-stopping metres – so you’d better have a head for heights. Once you get to the other side, you will be rewarded with breathtaking scenic views of the surrounding mountains.
Interesting: Support and wind cables limit the bridge's swaying, allowing it to withstand wind speeds of up to 200 kilometres per hour.