Salzburg (Salzburger Land)

Gastein Ski Resort, situated in the Gasteinertal (Gastein valley) of Salzburgerland, Austria, encompasses four distinct resorts: Bad Gastein, Bad Hofgastein (Stubnerkogel-Angertal-Schlossalm), Dorfgastein-Grossarl, and Sportgastein. Known for both its exceptional skiing and thermal spas, the resort offers a vast skiable vertical, efficient lift system, and a variety of trails catering to all skill levels. While each resort has its unique charm, the interconnected ski areas provide an extensive skiing experience. Gastein boasts sensational off-piste and freeride terrain, particularly in Sportgastein, which has the highest lifted point at 2,686m. Multi-day lift passes cover the expansive Ski Amadé region, offering access to numerous resorts in Salzburgerland and Styria. The resort is easily accessible by public transport, with a train station in Bad Gastein, and free ski buses connecting the valley's various lift stations. Accommodations range from spa-focused hotels in Bad Gastein to ski-in ski-out options in Angertal and charming lodgings in Dorfgastein. The Gastein valley provides a diverse array of winter activities, including thermal spa treatments, winter walking trails, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and more.

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Where is Gastein located?

Gastein Ski Resort is situated in the Gasteinertal (Gastein Valley) of Salzburgerland in Austria. Gastein is approximately 105 km south of Salzburg. The closest airports are Salzburg (SZG) and Munich (MUC). Travelers can take a train to railway stations at Dorfgastein, Bad Gastein, and Böckstein, providing an environmentally friendly means of reaching the resort.

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