Three people in ski gear are standing on a slope talking with smiles and snow-capped mountains in the background | © Gasteinertal Tourismus GmbH, Christoph Oberschneider
Three people in ski gear are standing on a slope talking with smiles and snow-capped mountains in the background | © Gasteinertal Tourismus GmbH, Christoph Oberschneider


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Re-energize. Revive. Take off.

Invigorating recreational activities and recuperative health offers: All brought to you by the three towns of Dorfgastein, Bad Hofgastein and Bad Gastein in Salzburger Land. The wealth of Gastein Valley is most evident in its unique natural jewels – the imposing mountain landscapes of the Hohe Tauern, the world-famous hot springs and the many multifaceted side valleys that invite visitors to embark on tours of discovery.

Winter in Gastein

Six ski areas with over 200 piste kilometers

In winter, the valley is transformed into a white and broad-ranging winter sports destination that lives up to every expectation. The highest ski region in all of the Ski amadé alliance enthralls with wide pistes, challenging freeride routes and family-friendly runs. In total, the valley boasts six ski areas with over 200 piste kilometers.

Modern lifts carry guests of all Gastein communities from the center of town to over 1000 vertical meters of pure skiing enjoyment. Sportgastein promises a unique nature experience, where you are able to enjoy skiing against the backdrop of the National Park, while this area is also a natural-snow paradise for freeriders.

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in Gastein


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  • 4 skiing areas (Skischaukel Dorfgastein-Grossarltal, Skischaukel Schlossalm-Angertal-Stubnerkogel, Graukogel and Sportgastein) in Gastein offer over 200 kilometers of pure skiing pleasure and slopes with more than 1,000 meters of altitude difference.
  • over 40 modern lifts take guests up to 2,700 meters above sea level in Salzburg's highest glacier-free ski area
  • From the slopes directly into the two Gastein spas: Alpentherme in Bad Hofgastein and Felsentherme in Bad Gastein. 
  • 3 Gasti snow parks – family-friendly adventure playgrounds  
  • Freeride Eldorado, spring skiing with guaranteed snow and high alpine mountain panorama in Sportgastein, in the highest skiing area of Ski amadé
  • 140 meter long suspension bridge at the Stubnerkogel in Bad Gastein
  • Regional delicacies and international dishes at the Gastein ski huts 
  • Funslope, family park and snow park


Culinary enjoyment isn’t neglected either, of course. Gastein Ski Toques brings a selection of seven different gourmet dishes to seven different ski huts, and does so for no more than € 20,- per dish. At Markt:Auflauf in January, small huts erected in the town center of Bad Hofgastein once again transform products from regional farmers into appetizers, main courses and desserts. Enjoy a delectable 4-course meal in Sportgastein – surrounded by the gleaming-white 3,000 m peaks of the National Park – an experience promised to you by a Full Moon Dinner.

Breakfast table laid out with a panoramic view of snow-capped mountains


Gastein is considered one of the top tourism destinations in Austria and not only provides guests with varied winter sports experiences, but also with top-class major events.

Special sports highlights are the cross-country skiing races of the Gastein Classics in December, the traditional Snowboard World Cup on the Bucheben in January and the biennial freeride event Red Bull Playstreets (last staging in 2023).

The enjoyment of art is also very important in the Gastein Valley: At "Art on Snow" unique snow and ice sculptures can be experienced in all ski areas of Gastein.

Two men stand in front of a snow cube and form a sculpture out of it | © Gasteinertal Tourismus GmbH, Marktl Photography

Summer in Gastein

Gastein is located in the south of the Salzburger Land and offers guests living tradition and a lot of cultural diversity with its three villages Dorfgastein, Bad Hofgastein and Bad Gastein. From rustic alpine farming to modern art and cultural offerings to a rich history that can be felt in the extraordinary Belle Époque buildings.

When the temperatures rise again, the melting snow exposes the impressive mountain world of the Hohe Tauern as well as the highest grassy mountains in Europe. Four modern cable cars also take guests up to the adventure mountains in summer, which offer, among other things, one of the highest suspension bridges in Europe, via ferrata adventures and a Swiss pine theme trail. In total, the region has over 600 kilometers of hiking trails including the long-distance Gastein Trail, where the entire Gastein Valley can be explored. And there is a lot to explore - not only more than 60 managed huts and their culinary delights, but also two thermal spas and a lot of cultural diversity in three multifaceted towns.

Hiking family Wiener Allee Achenpromenade | © Gasteinertal Tourismus GmbH, Michael Koenigshofer

More information about the region Gastein


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Contact & location

Gasteinertal Tourismus GmbH

Gasteiner Bundesstraße 367
5630 Bad Hofgastein