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Ski amadé

Piste tour routes

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Ski touring routes on the slopes

Many people love to be surrounded by nature on a ski tour and discover the wonderful mountains, accompanied by the need to ascend in a safe environment as well as to ski down safely. In recent years, touring was usually not permitted in our ski area due to the potential for conflict with downhill skiers and dangerous situations that arose.

Due to the great demand for an organised ski touring track including ski descent possibility, we have now succeeded in creating and designating an official touring trail as part of a broad initiative of the cable car companies in Ski amadé. What more could you want?
 

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28 Piste tour routes

with the Ski amadé ALL-IN Piste Tour Card

The Ski amadé ALL-IN Piste Tour Card is valid on all designated and signposted ascent routes in Ski amadé and cannot be used before 12.10.2024 or after 01.05.2025.

Piste tour tickets for the individual routes can be found on the respective detail page. The ski pass/ticket must be taken with you during the ascent and presented during checks by the lift staff.

Ticket Price

Ski amadé ALL-IN Piste Tour Card

€ 275,00

TIP: 28 Piste tour routes with the Ski amadé ALL-IN Card White

€ 799,00

Piste tour routes in Ski amadé

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Piste tour routes
Type Status Name Difficulty Length Height difference Walking Time

The tour to the Galsterbergalm or the mountain station on the Kalteck starts from the start portal of the GUB valley station. There is a variant over the piste or your own ascent track through the forest.

The track is accessible.

Ski touring ascent route Rote 8er Grießenkar, Wagrain 4400m 913m 2 h
Ski touring ascent route Gernkogel, St. Johann/Alpendorf 6500m 1003m 2 h 51 min
Ski touring ascent route Eben 2600m 743m 1 h 45 min
Piste tour Flachauwinkl | Mooskopf 12400m 913m 2 h 30 min
Ski tour Radstadt – Königslehen 4300m 666m 2 h
Ski tour Altenmarkt – Hochbifang 3700m 665m 1 h 45 min

The ascent trail leads you through the forest from the Planai cable car middle station / Lärchkogelbahn valley station up to the Planai summit.

 

At the Hochwurzen summit lift, your own ascent trail starts over a partially prepared route and partially through the forest.

The track is accessible.

Rittisberg Süd 3500m 482m 1 h 30 min
Piste tour route Rittisberg North 2500m 482m 1 h 30 min

Opening times:
Friday, December 22, 2023 to Monday, April 1, 2024
Daily from 8.30 to 17.00

More information:
https://www.reiteralm.at/de/winter/fageralm/tourengehen

Starting point: Middle station of the Graukogellift in Bad Gastein.
Piste ski tour course: Ascent with the Graukogel lift to the middle station. From there the forest path branches off in the direction of the Graukogelhütte. Follow a beautifully laid out track uphill through the stone pine forest. After crossing beneath the chairlift, it isn’t much farther – you have almost reached the Graukogelhütte.
The ascent with the first section of the Graukogel lift is included in the ski touring single and season ticket as well as in all valid multi-day and season tickets.

Ski touring enthusiasts can also ascend the Graukogel in the evening.
This opportunity is offered weekly and on certain evenings around the full moon.
Free of charge and on your own risk.

Weitere Infos zu den Pistenskitouren und Tickets unter: skigastein.com/skitouren

Starting point: Car park at the Ski Center Angertal in Bad Hofgastein.
Piste ski tour course: We will set out on the ski path in the direction of the Hirschenhütt’n, taking us deeper into Angertal valley. The route branches off to the left of the path and leads uphill through the forest. The Jungeralm greets hungry and thirsty tourers warmly, inviting us to enjoy a well-earned break. The downhill ride takes us via the B20 or along the B21 ski path back to Angertal.

For more information on the piste ski tours and tickets please visit: skigastein.com/skitouring

Starting point: Car park at Skizentrum Angertal in Bad Hofgastein.
Piste ski tour course: The first short climb is next to the B11 piste, continuing via the gently ascending path through the forest. Having crossed the ski path twice, the route becomes steeper. Here, you also have the option of switching to piste B11. But if you continue the tour through the trees, the route winds its way through the forest and past an alpine hut. After crossing the ski piste, you reach the
Stubneralm where skitourers can enjoy regional food & hospitality. We now ski back down the mountain on the B11.

Ski touring enthusiasts can also ascend the Stubneralm in the evening.
This opportunity is offered weekly and on certain evenings around the full moon.
Free of charge and on your own risk.

Weitere Infos zu den Pistenskitouren und Tickets unter: skigastein.com/skitouren

Starting point: Car park next to the valley station of the Schlossalmbahn in Bad Hofgastein.
Piste ski tour course: After the railway viaduct you will branch off to the left in direction of the mountain and follow the route of the no-longerused “Kamin-Abfahrt”. If you follow this and cross the H3, you will come to the summer path in the direction of the Haitzingalm snow-making reservoir. There, the route meets up with the ST 6 Schlossalm-Aeroplan tour. Both tours now lead up to the Kleine Scharte mountain station.

For more information on the piste ski tours and tickets please visit: skigastein.com/skitouring

Starting point: Car parkt at the Schlossalmbahn Bad Hofgastein valley station or ascent by gondola to the middle station.
Piste ski tour course: From the valley or from the middlestation, this route leads up via the H2a. After the "Aeroplanstadl", the route crosses piste H3 - continue along the edge of the piste until you reach the snow-making reservoir. At this flat and visible point you cross piste H4. The route first follows the Sendleiten ski path and then continues along the edge of the H4 piste to the Kleine Scharte mountain station.

For more information on the piste ski tours and tickets please visit: skigastein.com/skitouring

Starting point: Car park next to the valley station of the Goldbergbahn in Sportgastein.
Piste ski tour course: Ascent with the Goldbergbahn I - the actual climb begins at the lift mid-station. From here, you will follow the signposted route along the piste S6 up to the mountain station. At the beginning there are still somewhat steeper slopes to overcome, then it continues over a flat, undulating terrain before taking the last mediumsteep ascent to the mountain station. The summit of the Kreuzkogel can be reached in around 5 minutes from the mountain station.

For more information on the piste ski tours and tickets please visit: skigastein.com/skitouring

 

Scheppal Alm – Kings Cab | Mühlbach – Hochkönig 5810m 700m 2 h 30 min
Piste tour Kleinarl | Mooskopf 5230m 545m 1 h 30 min

Starting point: Car park next to the valley station of the Graukogellift in Bad Gastein.
Piste ski tour course: Your climb will be alongside the piste B4 up to the mid-station.
At the middle station of the Graukogel lift you can stop at the "Graukogelalm". From there the route leads along the piste B2 past the Reicheben tow lift to the Graukogel mountain station. In the "Graukogelhütte" you can warm up and enjoy food and drinks before you start the descent into the valley on natural snow slopes.

Ski touring enthusiasts can also ascend the Graukogel in the evening.
This opportunity is offered weekly and on certain evenings around the full moon.
Free of charge and on your own risk.

Weitere Infos zu den Pistenskitouren und Tickets unter: skigastein.com/skitouren

Ascent with the Gipfelbahn-Fulseck 1 to the middle station.

Route: middle station-Arltörl-Kieserl-Fulseck

Descent: From the Fulseck over the groomed slopes of the Dorfgastein-Grossarltal ski area back to the valley station of the Gipfelbahn-Fulseck.

Ski tour sixpack | Filzmoos 2400m 295m 45 min
Ski tour Papageno | Filzmoos 3600m 552m 1 h

Starting point: This route is a variant of the ST 6 Schlossalm-Aeroplan.
Piste ski tour course: When you arrive at the reservoir, you can choose between the route to the Kleine Scharte and the variant to the Haitzingalm. The variant to Haitzingalm is much shorter and leads through a piece of forest directly to the Haitzingalm ski hut.

For more information on the piste ski tours and tickets please visit: skigastein.com/skitouring

Starting point: This route can only be reached via the ST 5 Stubneralm.
Alternative starting point: Angertalbahn mountain station with a slightly shorter route.
Piste ski tour course: If you haven't had enough and still have some energy left after arriving at the Stubneralm, you can extend your tour to the mountain station of the Senderbahn cable car. The trail leads up over the B11 and then leads into the terrain next to the B18 to the summit. When you reach the summit, the summit cross, the suspension bridge and the Stubnerkogel summit restaurant are not far away.

For more information on the piste ski tours and tickets please visit: skigastein.com/skitouring

Starting point: Buchberg 1 valley station, continue via family downhill run
► Variant 1: Kathialm – Ski route Buchberg
► Variant 2: Eyersberg – Buchberg 2
Altitude profile: 434 hm
Route length: 1.8 km
Duration: approx. 1h 15 min
Difficulty: Blue

The piste touring routes are signposted. The ascent for ski tourers is possible up to the piste closure on all designated piste tour routes. The ascent via the Buchberg 1 piste is not permitted for ski tourers.

ST9a Skitour Talstation – Mittelstation 3800m 594m 2 h 30 min
ST9b Skitour Mittelstation – Spiegelsee 2300m 389m 1 h 30 min
    easy moderate difficult Ski route Piste tour route
    deschis ultima ninsoare

Ski touring routes along the slopes – Rules

1. Our ski slopes are closed to ski tourers throughout the day and night without exception! On specially designated and signposted routes (slope touring routes), ascent is permitted with a ski touring slope ticket or with a valid ski pass. Any infringement will be punished without exception. 

2. With the purchase of a ski touring slope ticket as well as with every valid ski pass, the right to use the designated and signposted route (slope tour route) as an ascent track is acquired. This includes the right to use the lift parking area and the open infrastructure facilities as well as the use of the ski slopes for downhill skiing during opening hours. 

3. Use of the ski touring track is only permitted during the designated opening hours of the slope. 

4. Use of the ski touring track is at your own risk. Except for the protection against avalanche danger, no liability is assumed for the protection or the condition of the route, any liability due to the use of the route is considered excluded. 

5. There is no supervision, control or monitoring of the route. Each skier has to decide for himself/herself whether the snow and weather conditions, the condition of the route and his own experience and ability allow a safe ascent. 

6. The following rules must be observed: 

  • Observe warnings and local regulations 
  • Entering and skiing on closed slopes is forbidden without exception 
  • Slopes may only be crossed at the marked points and only at a sufficient distance from each other with consideration for skiers 
  • Dogs are not allowed on the slopes


Stipulations regarding age
For all groups of people (0-99 years)