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SkiHit
Highest point: 3,122 m
Lowest point: 630 m
Lifts in total: 61
Tow lifts: 29
Chair lifts: 21
Gondola lift: 11
Pistes in total: 156 km
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41 km
Pistes:
91 km
Pistes:
24 km
Ski routes: 25 km
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Hotel Gradonna Mountain Resort

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With the "Ski Hit" lift pass, you have the opportunity to use eight ski areas: Großglockner Resort Kals-Matrei, Brunnalm, Lieznzer Dolomiten, Sillian, Obertiliach and Kartitsch in the Alta Pusteria, as well as the Carinthian areas of Mölltaler Glacier and Ankogel. In total, 186 km of piste for all abilities (incl. ski routes) will make skiers' hearts race.

Alta Pusteria with its resorts Sillian, Kartitsch and Obertillian, as well as the Lienz Dolomites' two ski areas, distinguish themselves due to their easy and intermediate pistes. For this reason it is great for beginners and families.

When the Matrei und Kals ski areas were connected, the Großglockner Resort was created and with 37 kilometres of piste (according to the new measurements regulations) and almost 5 km of ski route is the largest ski region in East Tyrol. Next to relaxing runs to savour, there are also challenging black pistes for advanced skiers, such as from the Cimaross (2,621 m) or the Blauspitze (2,575 m).

Splendid deep powder snow and off-piste areas can be found all around the Brunnalm, the Lienzer Dolomites as well as Alta Pusteria. The Mölltaler Glacier and Ankogel offer an especially snow-sure terrain and awesome snow park for boarders and freestylers.
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