Heutal Overview

Overview

The Heutal is a high-valley in the community-region of Unken in the Salzburger Land at the border to Bavaria. The straightforwardness skiing area Heutal got several lifts, the highest one is leading almost to the Dürrnbachhorn (1776 metres) onto a highness of circa 1520 metres. There are several kilometres of prepared tracks to use and whoever is going to ski in Heutal, gets very well prepared slopes in easy and middle difficulty. Not far away in the neighbourhood are the skiing areas Winklmoosalm, Steinplatte und Loferer Alm. The Heutal is also an optimal starting point for mountain-trekkers and climbers, who want to do a climb of the Sonntagshorn (1961 metres).

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Best Time for Snow

Average Snowfall

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Nov
6cm
Dec
36cm
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39cm
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18cm
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Terrain Overview

35%
Intermediate Runs
52%
Advanced Runs
7
Runs in Total
11.5 km
Runs in Total
3 km
Longest Run
11.5 km
Skiable Terrain
6 ha
Snow Making
7 km
Snow Making

Total Lifts: 4

4
Surface Lifts

Elevation

1600m
Summit
600m
Vertical Drop
1000m
Base

Important Dates

December 16, 20232023/12/16
Projected Opening
April 01, 20242024/04/01
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