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Heiligenblut

Skiing in Heiligenblut

Slopes

1Km
34Km
20Km
0Km
Total 55Km

Lifts

4

1

7

Height

2902m
1301m

Glacier

0

Cross-country

12Km

Fun park

0

Skiregion Grossglockner/Heiligenblut

Regulations per resort 

Distance in public areas (in metres)
1.5 metre
A mask is mandatory if the distance is less than one metre
Public transport / taxi
Mask required
A mask is mandatory. Local authorities can set their own rules to combat crowds. This includes restrictions on the maximum number of people per mode of transport, etc.
Maximum people together outdoors
10
Allowed to share a room with someone outside your household?
Yes
Supermarkets and pharmacies
Open
Petrol stations
Open
Restaurants
Open
Max 10 people per table
Bars
Open
Max 10 people per table
Shops
Open
Max number of people allowed inside depends on square metres
Events (indoor and outdoor)
Partially open
Max number people 10 and 1.5 metres must be maintained
Museum
Open
Wellness
Closed
Curfew
No
Not allowed to sell alcohol in certain hours
No
Normal rules apply
Club/Nightlife
Closed
Casino
Closed
Airports
Open
Temperature checks can take place. Wearing a mask is mandatory
Transfer regulation
No
Quarantaine
No
Covid test before departure
No
Health declaration
No
Other formailities needed to enter destination?
No

General information

At the foot of the highest mountain in Austria, the Grossglockner (3,798 m), lies the idyllic and famous ski village of Heiligenblut. The gondola lift is opposite the Hotel Post and deep into the spring you enjoy the 55 kilometers of slopes to make runs into the center. Besides skiing, there is much more in Heiligenblut. What about snow rafting, snowmobiling, paragliding, tobogganing and curling? On and around the square in front of Hotel Post is pleasantly busy. For lovers of a lively après-ski in combination with a beautiful, undiscovered area, Heiligenblut is ski winter dream. This area is very suitable for families with children.