The Ötztal Superskipass

One map for all Ötztal ski areas

 361 kilometers of slopes, 90 lifts and 6 ski areas - with the Ötztal Superskipass you have free travel on all the slopes in the valley. Included are the well-known ski destinations of Sölden and Obergurgl-Hochgurgl as well as the family-friendly regions in Hochoetz-Kühtai, Niederthai, Gries and Vent.

Limitless variety on the slopes

Validity period: November 16, 2023 – April 21, 2024 Valid from the purchase of a 3-day ski pass

Sporty variety for even more winter experience

Ski holidaymakers choose from the entire Ötztal piste menu. Because the Super Ski Pass brings them all together: the most famous winter sports destinations in the Alps as well as the small but beautiful ski areas in the valley. In the “hotspot of the Alps” Sölden, the Giggijoch and Gaislachkoglbahn cable cars lead you quickly and comfortably from the middle of the town to seemingly endless runs. Powder skiing and freeriding, on the other hand, are best done in Obergurgl-Hochgurgl. The altitude, guaranteed snow and state-of-the-art facilities complete the “top quality skiing” on the extensive slopes of the lower Ötztal. But that's not all, the super ski pass also includes the family-friendly Hochoetz-Kühtai ski region at the entrance to the Ötztal as well as the smaller ski areas in Niederthai, Gries and Vent. Flexible and independent, the ticket allows you to do one thing above all – to experience winter in the Ötztal with all its diversity.

Entertainment inklusive                                          

Not only athletes get their money's worth with this offer, the entertainment program all around is also impressive: The latest highlight is the James Bond adventure world "007 ELEMENTS" in the middle of Sölder Gaislachkogl. The BIG3 rally or the highest motorcycle museum in Europe at the Top Mountain Crosspoint in Hochgurgl, numerous musical and sporting events such as the start of the World Cup provide additional variety.

Absolute snow guarantee                                          

The Ötztal slopes offer snow in abundance, reaching up to over 3,000 meters above sea level. From autumn until well into spring, powder slopes and well-prepared runs are secured with the Superskipass.

Available in all Ötztal ski areas

The Gurgl ski area (Obergurgl-Hochgurgl)

TOP QUALITY SKIING…in the most snow-sure place in the Alps

Skiing, snowboarding, powder skiing, carving, freeriding, freestyling, cross-country skiing or just winter hiking - there are so many types of winter fun on the 110 kilometers of snow-sure, wide slopes, cross-country ski trails and hiking trails in the Gurgl ski area. Whether you are a beginner, an expert or a “professional”, everyone will find plenty of space and freedom of movement for their skills here. This not only creates more safety, but also the fascination that is the essence of skiing in Tyrol and Gurgl: being able to enjoy nature in all its splendor without restrictions.

Facts about the ski area

110 km Slopes
(Skiarea Hochgurgl ca. 54 km,
Skigarea Obergurgl ca. 56 km) davon:
– 35 km easy (blau)
– 55 km medium (rot)
– 20 km heavy (schwarz)

22 Lifts
– one 10er Gondola lift
– five 8er Gondola lift
– one 6er Gondola lift
– two 6er Chiarlift (Bubble-Bahnen)
– four 4er Chairlift (Bubble-Bahnen)
– one 4er Chairlift
– 7 T-Barlift + 3 conveyor belt

Longest descent
Wurmkoglgipfel – Obergurgl/Pill
(8,4 km – Höhendifferenz von 1.260 m).
Hardest descents
Hohe Mut Alm – Gaisberg, Skiroute - Moguls, Nummer: 11
Top Mountain Star – Wurmkogl Middelstation, steep, Nummer 27


3 km Natural toboggan run (ascent with the Hochgurglbahn gondola sec. 1)

Cross-country skiing
Obergrugl 2 Km

Obergurgl Pill 7 km

Hochgurgl 2 km

Interactive piste map Gurgl

Further information about the ski areas in the Ötztal