Bad Hofgastein sommario
- Acri di pista da scii:890
- Terrain Parks:1
- Campestre:90 km
Bad Hofgastein, in Austria (in the Salzburg region), has 44 lifts (18 chair lifts, 15 surface lifts) and offers skiers an incredible 1460 metres (4790 feet) of vertical descent. Bad Hofgastein has 890 acres of terrain over 64 pistes with a total length of 54 kilometers (34 miles). Bad Hofgastein is best suited to intermediate skiers and snowboarders but there is some terrain for beginners and advanced skiers. There are 90 kilometers (56 miles) of cross country ski trails at Bad Hofgastein. For snowboarders, there is a terrain park and a half pipe. Over half of the pistes at Bad Hofgastein are covered by snowmaking. The closest airport is at Salzburg but the transfer time is 1.5 hours. The nearest train station to Bad Hofgastein is at Bad Hofgastein. There is accommodation located close to the pistes but we would welcome additional information about any hotels or chalets in Bad Hofgastein.
- Aeroporto di pertinenza:Salzburg
- Treno:Bad Hofgastein
- Website della località:www.gastein.com
- versante accom.:sì
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- Emesso:10 Oct
- Ultima nevicata:10 October 2019
- Manto Nevoso (superiore):–
- Manto Nevoso (inferiore):–
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Bad Hofgastein Mappe del Luogo
Recensioni dei visitatori di Bad Hofgastein
Timothy Smith da United Kingdom scrive:
For ski hire, The Ski Club of Great Britain recommended Intersport Fleiss in Bad Hofgastein and said that it offered a “good discount”. In reality, Intersport Fleiss only offered 10%, which I do not consider a good discount (especially as the full price for mid-level skis for six days, without boots, was EUR145.00). I could have got the skis via online rental for EUR104.00.
The staff at Intersport Fleiss were uncommunicative, surly and unhelpful. They did not offer ski insurance when I rented skis and did not provide any paperwork in respect of the rental. When I returned another day to try to exchange my skis for wider ones, they offered nothing useful. At that point I asked for insurance, which was provided. I paid the additional sum demanded but the shop did not provide any confirmatory documentation. Hence, (I subsequently realised) I had no knowledge of the cover provided or conditions of insurance (thankfully, the insurance was not needed).
My conclusion: Avoid Intersport Fleiss!