The Obergurgl ski resort is situated in the magnificent Ötz Valley. This valley is known to have a remarkable snow record which means you can expect long skiing seasons from November to May. The village of Obergurgl remains largely unspoilt with a charming ambience and is also well known for its luxury hotels. This ski resort has excellent facilities and beautiful pistes which prove to be popular with families and beginner skiers. The neighbouring ski areas are linked by gondolas and bus services which provide extremely convenient travelling methods.
The Obergurgl ski resort has a modern lift system which starts directly from the village.The queues for the lifts are small which allows you to get the most out of your skiing holiday. For a spectacular view of the ski resort, you should visit the 'Top Mountin Star' restaurant which is situated at 3,082m. The stunning building features futuristic architecture and offers an incredible 360 degree panoramic view of the entire Otz Valley.
The night-life entertainment and non-skiing or non-snowboarding activities are mainly centred around the hotels. These top-quality hotels are brimming with hospitality and service as there is a wide variety of facilities within. This ski resort also offers a great choice of apres ski bars, restaurants and beer kellers.
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Après Ski: When in Obergurgl, 'Nederhütte' at the Hohe Mut mid-station is the place to be when the lifts close. The Pic Nic and Hexenkuchl at the base of the slopes are popular. Later on try the Krump'n Stadl and Josl Keller. Hochgurgl is generally quieter than Obergurgl at night with the exception of a few lively bars.
Activities: Ice skating and curling, night skiing (Weekly), 12kms of pretty walks.
Eating Out: Ski holidays in Obergurgl offer a range of cuisine. The la carte dinning rooms in the hotels dominate the dining options. However, there is also a fair choice of other restaurants, plus an abendance of excellent cafés nearby. For local and international food try Krumpn's Stadl, Pic Nic, Wiesenthal, Belmonte and David's Hut plus the Romantika for pizza.
Other Amenities: Post office, banks and cashpoints, shops, supermarket, pharmacy. Innsbruck excursions are available and Solden is just 20 mins away by bus.
|Lift Passes (6 Days)||Adult||Child 0-8||Youth 9-15|
|Tuition (6 Days)||Adult||Child 4-14|
|Board School (3 days)||160||160|