Skigebiet Obergurgl Hochgurgl
TOP QUALITY SKIING
is the joint name of the Obergurgl and Hochgurgl lift companies.
By virtue of the altitude of 1,800 m to 3,080 m you can enjoy endless skiing pleasure on wide ski runs above the tree line. In Obergurgl-Hochgurgl you have endless space for wide sweeping slaloms on 110 kilometres of ski runs. With the 23 modern lifts, waiting times at the lifts is now a thing of the past. Here you really do spend more time on the slopes than on the lifts. An El Dorado both for serious skiers and those who are here just for fun!
3 cable cars:
- Top Schermerbahn 3000, Hochgurgl
- Hohe Mut Bahn Sektion I, Obergurgl
- Hohe Mut Bahn Sektion II, Obergurgl
23 lifts, of which there are 4 gondola lifts (Top Express, Hochgurgl lift 1 + 2, Festkoglbahn), 2 6-seater bubble chair lifts (Steinmannbahn, Große Karbahn Hochgurgl), 5 4-seater bubble chair lifts, 3 double chair lifts, 1 single chair lift (Hohe Mut), and 7 drag lifts.
Total length 110 km
(Hochgurgl ski resort approx. 54 km, Obergurgl ski resort approx. 56 km) of which 35 km easy (blue), 55 km medium (red), 20 km difficult (black).
Beginners usually practise their first snow ploughs by the Gaisberg, Beginners’ and Mahdstuhl lifts. The more experienced skier will find runs of moderate difficulty on the Festkogl in Obergurgl and on the Schermerspitze descent in Hochgurgl.
For the most able skiers there is the challenge of the steep run from the Hohe Mut in Obergurgl and the mogul slope at Top-Wurmkogl II in Hochgurgl.
Longest descent: Wurmkogl - Obergurgl/Pill (8 km – with a height difference of 1,260 m).