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Run No. 13

Runs/ski slopes Großglockner Resort Kals-Matrei

There are runs of all difficulty levels offered and there is a good balance between easy, intermediate and difficult runs, whereby the intermediate runs predominate. The view of sixty 3000 m high mountains including the highest mountain in Austria, the Grossglockner, is always worth the trip.


37 km
Easy 8.5 km (23 %)
Intermediate 22.5 km (61 %)
Difficult 6 km (16 %)
Additional runs
  • Marked ski routes 4.6 km
    There are difficult ski routes at the 8-person Kals II gondola
Worth knowing
  • Artificial snow-making
    100 % of the slopes have snow-making capabilities
  • Valley run available
    Valley runs with snow-making equipment lead to Matrei and Kals. The valley run to Matrei ends at the edge of Matrei. A ski bus brings guests to the base station of the Goldried gondola lift or to the village of Matrei. The valley runs to Kals lead directly to the lifts and to the edge of town.

Run location

  • above tree line
  • under tree line

Longest run

  • Cimaross - base (Matrei) Nos. 10, 2, 1 · Length 7 km · Elevation difference 1450 m
    At the end of the valley run, the ski bus takes you back to the base station of the Goldried lift

Most difficult run

  • Run No. 12 on Cimaross · Length 2 km · Elevation difference 447 m

Slope tip

  • Run No. 2
  • Blauspitz slope No. 17
  • Run No. 13
  • Snow park/Fun park
  • No halfpipe
  • Skiline
    Ski day reproduced in internet (Lifts used, elevation meters and slope kilometers skied) - free of charge

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