The "Stubnerkogel" cabin lift is just 500 m away from the hotel and is your direct access to the skiing area. This modern 8 person cabin lift takes you up the Stubnerkogel in comfort.
Your winter holiday in the Salzburg province can begin ...
The Gastein skiing area has over 200 kilometres of slopes which lie at altitudes of up 2.700m above sea level. Skiers of all levels of ability are in their element here: beginners, experienced, skiers, boarders and carvers alike. The varying difficulty levels of the slopes show that there are slopes which suit all abilities: 60 km easy, 117 km moderately difficult and 24 km tough slopes; family runs carving slopes, deep snow and mogul pistes - all waiting to be discovered.
The daily up-to-the-minute snow and weather report is available at the reception!
Sportgastein is ideal for winter early birds and sunshine skiers thanks to investments made in a snow-making system. Now excellent pite conditions are guaranteed, mostly from November till spring!
Freestyle fans already know the Gastein snowpark in the "Stubnermulde" on the "Stubnerkogel," just opened last winter. This is the place for fun and action, a perfect set-up, attended to daily for the duration of the season.
For those who want more: stop off at one of the cosy and convivial Gastein ski lodges. Our legendary Bellevue Alm is situated right on the "Stubnerkogel" downhill run to the valley. Join the friendly atmosphere in this alpine ski lodge and warm yourself by the open fire with a "Jagatee" - tea with schnapps or a lumbaba. The DJ will get the party going with Austrian hits to sing along to, such as "Schifoan" or "Anton aus Tirol". Loosen up and get down on the dancefloor! By the way: At 1.000 metres above sea level, the general tone is less formal; everyboby is on first-name terms up here!
If you feel hunger pangs in the evening, try some of the on offer hearty delicacies such as fondue, spare ribs or cheese spätzle, to name just a few. Or how about a night-time toboggan ride on our private flood-lit toboggan run?
If that sounds like too much effort, there are plenty of bars and trendy pubs with live music and like-minded funlovers in Bad Gastein you can go to on your way back to the hotel.
Did you know that the term "après ski" originated in Austria? Cheers, or as the locals say "Prost"!
Check out the local surroundings from the Bellevue web cam!