Sunshine, fresh powder, endless slopes and fascinating landscapes – Galtür is a dream come true for every passionate skier and snowboarder. 43 kilometres of perfectly groomed slopes make the ski resort in the Silvretta mountain range a popular destination for winter sports enthusiasts.
Galtür ski resort in a nutshell:
- 43 kilometres of perfectly groomed slopes
- 6 sections with slopes of all difficulty levels (5 kilometres of blue runs, 26 kilometres of red runs, 12 kilometres of black runs)
- 100 per cent snow reliability from December until April
- transport capacities of 14,787 passengers per hour
- 6 snowcats in continuous operation
- state-of-the-art cable cars and lifts for safe transport of winter sports athletes
Open cable cars and slopes in Galtür
What slopes are currently open? What cable car do I need to take to get to my favourite descent? What’s the nearest mountain restaurant? Questions that every winter sports athlete might have …
Galtür’s Silvapark has received numerous awards for its excellent quality and remarkable child-friendliness and is a proud holder of the Tyrolean Slope Quality Seal. What’s more, the resort is the runner-up of Austria’s top ski resorts of up to 40 kilometres as well as the 2018 test winner in the category of worldwide leading ski resorts of up to 60 kilometres of slopes. As you can see, Galtür offers award-winning conditions for all kinds of winter sports fans!
explore Galtür’s backcountry
What makes freeriding so fascinating? Untouched territory, pristine landscapes and the feeling of freedom! Experience nature from up close in Galtür and explore the Silvretta’s powder hotspot. Don’t forget to check the current avalanche and weather situation before your tour!
Tomorrow’s freeride heroes can get a first taste of the backcountry at Siggi’s Freeride Route at Galtür’s Silvapark, where they learn about the correct behaviour in the backcountry.
Flood-lit night skiing and moonlight skiing
If daytime skiing simply isn’t enough for you, why not try night skiing? Every Wednesday between 19:30 and 22:30, you can leave your tracks in the snow beneath the starry skies of the Silvretta mountains. Don’t miss this unique experience!