Most of the pistes are on open slopes. Graukogel is wooded, and blissfully quiet in our experience.

Slopes

  • Resort altitude: 1080m
  • Lower slopes: 840m
  • Upper slopes: 2685m
  • Total pistes: 218km

For beginners

There are nursery areas near the gondola station and at Angertal - a better bet. But progression is awkward - the mountains are essentially steep. The few easy long runs are boring paths.

For intermediates

Confident intermediates, will find long, leg-testing red runs in all sectors. The valley in general and Stubnerkogel in particular are not nearly so good for blue-run skiers. Sportgastein has a good range of runs, up to an easy black.

For advanced

The few black runs are not severe, but many reds are long and satisfying. But there is plenty of good off-piste - by the Jungeralm chair on the shady side of Stubnerkogel, for example. Sportgastein has a ski route from top to bottom.

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Ability
  • Advanced
  • Intermediate
In Resort
  • Village Charm
On Slope
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