Heiligenblut Ski Resort Guide
- Acres of ski:346
- Terrain Parks:1
- X-Country:10 km
Heiligenblut in Austria is a large resort with 13 lifts (3 cable cars, 2 chair lifts, 8 surface lifts) that offers skiers an incredible 1601 metres (5252 feet) of vertical descent. Heiligenblut has 346 acres of terrain over 20 pistes with a total length of 50 kilometers (31 miles). Heiligenblut is best suited to intermediate skiers and snowboarders but there is some terrain for beginners and advanced skiers. There are 10 kilometers (6 miles) of cross country ski trails at Heiligenblut. For snowboarders, there is a terrain park. A small proportion of the pistes at Heiligenblut are covered by snowmaking. The nearest airport is at Klagenfurt.
- Nearest Airport:Klagenfurt
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- Tourist Office Phone:+43 4824 2640
- Tourist Office Website:www.skiheiligenblut.at/winter/de/start.html
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- Lifts:13 (3 cable cars, 2 chair lifts, 8 surface lifts)
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- Issued:25 May
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Visitor Reviews of Heiligenblut
nick murphy from Ireland writes:
I have skiied in loads of the Austrian locations: Soll, Kitzbuhl, St Johann, Saalfeldon to name just a few. I have also skiied in Italy and Switzerland, but I have returned to Heiligenblut for the past four years because of the range of skiing that can be done there.
Heiligrnblut has so much to offer people who want to ski. There is a wide variety, from cross-country to off-piste, not to mention the normal routes.
The ski instructors are fantastic with everyone, from complete beginners to anyone who just wants a tune up on their skills. The people are extremely friendly and helpful.
Whenever I go to Heiligenblut I always stay at pension Bergkristal. The lady of the house is so nice and friendly and always has a warm smile to meet and greet the guests. She speaks very good English and is excellent company.
Eating and drinking in Heiligenblut is very reasonable and the locals will always say hello as they pass you by. There is a lot to do in Heiligenblut if you don't want to ski. There are fantastic walks in the forests on the south side of the village, or if you visit in the winter you can head further up onto the higher mountains for bogger and more higher mountains to walk and climb on.
Either way you will enjoy your trip to heiligenblut, I guarantee it.