About Heiligenblut

The resort offers doorstep skiing with lifts up to 2902m ensuring good quality snow.

Beginners start in the village near to the hotel and then progress to the Fleißalm. Later in the week they can start from the middle station and end the day by skiing right back to the village.

The village has a small centre with cafés and bars. There is a supermarket and bank. All of the amenities can be easily reached on foot from the hotel.

Resort video

Video courtesy of www.gross-glockner.at

Check out the lifts, slopes, views and more of what the resort has to offer.

Find more resort videos here (link to external site)


Inclusive lift pass: 6 days covering the Heiligenblut Grossglockner ski area
Lifts to: 2902m
Total number of lifts: 13
Marked pistes: 55km
Longest run: 6km
Ski bus included: Not required
Lift pass photo required: No
Snow cannon coverage: 30%


By coach: 18 hours from Calais.
By air: Flights to Salzburg or Munich. Coach transfer to resort 3 hours and 4.5 hours respectively.

Ski Runs

Blue runs: 4
Red runs: 8
Black runs: 1

The Grossglockner region offers short queuing periods and spacious pistes for all levels of ability together with marked ski routes for the expert alpinist.


Pizza night: Heiligenblut
Swimming pool: Heiligenblut/Lienz
Ice Skating: Heiligenblut
Austrian Bowling: Lienz
Shopping: Lienz
Sleigh ride: Heligenblut

We also include a programme of free in-house evening entertainment at each of our hotels in this area.

Snow Reports

See the snow reports for Heiligenblut and Grossglockner
(courtesy of snow-forecast.com)

Filter Accommodation at Heiligenblut, Austria

Accommodation features

Hotel Margarethenbad

Hotel Margarethenbad

4 star spa hotel close to the traditional Austrian town of Heiligenblut.

Accommodation features: Premium

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