Situated in the spectacular Ötz Valley, Obergurgl is Austria's highest parish, meaning an excellent snow record and a very long ski season from November to May. The village remains largely unspoilt with a charming ambience and it is well known for its top quality hotels. Obergurgl and nearby Hochgurgl are linked by gondola and bus service and the are good facilities and pistes for beginners and intermediates. The lift system is modern and queues are small. The skiing and lifts start directly from the village, with skiing back at the end of the day to many of the hotels. For a spectacular view of the area, head for the 'Top Mountain Star' restaurant at 3082m. Nightlife and non-ski activities are mainly centred around the hotels, but also include a good variety of traditional après ski bars and restaurants.
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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: In Obergurgl, a la carte dinning rooms in the hotels dominate the dining options, but there is also a fair choice of other restaurants, plus numerous excellent cafés. 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|