Bad Gastein Ski – A Ski Resort for Everyone

Looking for a perfect holiday in Austria? Planning to spend the vacation at a ski resort? Well then look no further than the Bad Gastein Ski. Bad Gastein Ski is a ski resort located in Austria and has some of the best slopes in the world that would challenge the best of skiers while also being a place where beginners would not have hard time enjoying their vacations.

The resort has over 148 miles of pistes most of which are ideal for intermediate skiers who can just put on the skis and spend hours together venturing through the slopes without many treacherous obstacles. What makes this resort even more enjoyable is the fact that there have been new investments into the resort area towards improving the logistics that are now state of the art.

Gasteiner Wasserfall – One of the top most attractions and things to do at Bad Gastein is the Gasteiner Wasserfall. Gasteiner Wasserfall is 341m waterfall and it rages over rugged cliff faces and through thick forest to tumble into three turquoise pools.

Gasteiner Museum – Gasteiner Museum is one of the must visit places when in Bad Gastein. Gasteiner Museum gives visitors a taste of the town’s history and the wonders of its thermal waters. The museum also contains painting made by the bath-loving Romans and also romantic painters inspired by its waterfall.

Hot Water Spa – If you visit Bad Gastein during winter – then a visit to the hot water spa is a must. Bad Gastein is just as famous for being world class ski resort as it is for being a health retreat where the emperors came for relaxation and to live in tranquility. The Felsenbad Hot Springs Spa is one of the best spas where the water comes straight out of a thermal spring that lies deep inside the mountain.

Hiking – If you are someone who likes hiking then a visit during the summer months can leave you awestruck. The scenic beauty that surrounds Bad Gastein and the sight of melting ice and natural beauty is a sight to see and experience. Do not forget to carry your camera!

Stubnerkogel Mountain – Stubnerkogel Mountain is a 2300 meter tall mountain and you can take a cable car to reach up there. Once up there on the mountain you can enjoy the suspension bridge, enjoy the various hiking paths and take your meal whilst capturing the view of the Austrian mountain tops.

Go Paragliding – During the summer month’s paragliding is one of the best adventures to try. If you are looking for an adventure that gives a bird’s eye view of the mountains and the surroundings then paragliding is one sure thing to do. Take the lift up to the Flying Eldorado Dorfgastein, you can also hire a professional to paraglide with you.

Bad Gastein Ski as earlier a ski resort famous with the Germans but now it’s catching up to be a location that highly visit by the British and the Americans too. The ski season in Bad Gastein starts from 21st December and runs until 3rd May each year. The ski slope is 239 km in total out of which 46 km is easy, 139 km is marked as intermediate and 54 km is difficult slopes. Ski passes are priced at ₤56 for adults and ₤32.5 for children.

There are a lot of night clubs in the area so if you want to relax after a day spent on the slopes then then happening chic bars are just the perfect way to enjoy your way late night.