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Overview

The Großglockner, at the heart of the national park Hohe Tauern, sets the scene for a unique winter landscape. Surrounded by the panorama of mountains, 3000 metres high, Kals offers ski tours, tobogganning (floodlit), ice skating, curling and much more. Ski pleasures at the ski-mountain Glocknerblick - an untouched spot of nature, in which every guest is given a warm welcome. You ll find perfectly prepared slopes (for beginners and experts) with run right down to the centre of the village (up to the doorsteps of your hotel). No queuing, budget-priced all-inclusive offers and the ski-pass, a pass opening up thousands of great experiences and adventures in East Tyrol and Carinthia all this makes this region special. And in the evening: floodlit skiing, floodlit tobogganning-runs, a glass or maybe two of "Glühwein", or just relaxing, taking time off, talking to friends. In this region you will experience a unique panorama of mountains, with the "king" of the Hohe Tauern, the "Großglockner", right in front of your eyes. Here you can test your skiing, speeding down a difference in height of 1000 m on a 3.5 km long run without stopping or just heading out in the morning and leaving your traces in the untouched snow.

Plan Your Trip

Ski Rental

Best Time for Snow

Average Snowfall

30cm
19cm
13cm
7cm
4cm
6cm
Dec
23cm
Jan
25cm
Feb
16cm
Mar
4cm
Apr
Intermediate Runs
20%
Advanced Runs
57%
Expert Runs
13%
Runs in Total
27
Longest Run
11 km
Skiable Terrain
47.1 km
Snow Making
890 ha
Snow Making
44 km

Total Lifts: 17

Gondolas & Trams
3
High Speed Sixes
3
High Speed Quads
3
Surface Lifts
8

Elevation

Base
920m
Summit
2426m
Vertical Drop
1506m

Important Dates

December 07, 20242024/12/07
Projected Opening
April 21, 20252025/04/21
Projected Closing
N.A.
Projected Days Open
N.A.
Days Open Last Year
N.A.
Years Open
0cm
Average Snowfall
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