Austria Ski Resort Guide for Obergurgl

Obergurgl Ski Resort Guide

About the Resort

A traditional old style village, it is very popular with begginers. It is the highest parsih in Austria and so benefits from a blanket of snow from November through to May, making it a good spot for late season holidays. It has no through traffic areas and not many day visitors. The resort is popular with families and the nightlife is subdued. There is only a limited amount of public facilities and only a few shops - Solden, which is a short distance away has a leisure centre and more shopping facilities and restaurants.

About the Mountains near Obergurgl

The slopes are slightly limited and some people feel they are lacking in challanging terrain. Most of the slopes are exposed and so there is little shelter from bad weather. The lift pass is expensive for such a small area but the piste grooming is very good. There is some intermediate terrain but many travel to nearby Solden for a more challenging experience.

Apr├Ęs Ski at Obergurgl

There are a limited amount of mountain restaurants and many people prefer to return to the village for their afternoon meals. There is a reasonable choice of evening venues to visit with live music and discos as well as a casino.

Obergurgl Resort Ratings Guide

Snowfall RatingSnow Reliability5 Stars
Ski Lifts Number of Lifts 23
Resort HeightResort Height 1930 m
6330 ft
Run Length Slopes / Runs 1795-3080 m
5890-10100 ft
QueuesQueues 3 Stars
Green Ski% of Green Pistes in resort 0%
Blue Ski% of Blue Pistes in resort 32%
Red Ski% of Red Pistes in resort 50%
Black Ski% of Black Pistes in resort 18%

Local Tourist Office Information

Web address: www.obergurgl.com

Email: info@obergurgl.com

Telephone: +43 5256 6305