Bad Gastein

Bad Gastein
Gasteintourismus GmbH. Tauernplatz 8 5630 Bad Gastein

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  • In the midst of the Hohe Tauern National Park, Bad Gastein basks in fresh mountain air and a fog-free setting at 1,000 metres above sea level.

    Its very characteristic appearance, with beautiful buildings dating back to the "Belle Époque", blends harmoniously into its natural surroundings.

    This is a spa town of world renown with a very special flair: relaxation and recreation in pure mountain air, combined with an ideal high-altitude climate and Gastein's thermal waters, guarantee you a vacation that is certain to exceed your highest expectations!

    Dream yourself a winter's dream: Blue sky over mountain slopes covered deep in snow, wisps of smoke rising up from the chimney of a rustic ski lodge. The jingling of bells on a horse-drawn sleigh, soothing relaxation in hot spring waters. This dream has a name: Gastein!

    Winter sports enthusiasts find their personal piece of paradise in the Gastein Valley. Whether you prefer skiing, boarding or carving, in the four ski areas of Gastein with 200 kilometres of slopes there is always snow to rely on.

    No wonder that also the world's best riders are keen to come back every year. Over a long time now, Bad Gastein has raised the bar of organising both, enthralling head-to-head duels in the parallel slalom and breathtaking fights on the snowboard cross course, both built and/or flagged on the Bucheben sope in the city centre.

    Ever since 2001, the winter sport resort has staged World Cups every season - some of them under the lights - having earned the legendary status of a tradition-rich event venue, which also offers a lot of party time for riders and fans after the event.

    In 2018, it's time again for the race boarders to show their skills in a parallel slalom as well as a psl team event on January 12 and 13. 



     Year  Ladies  Men  Event  Format 
     2001  Rosey Fletcher (USA)  Markus Ebner (GER)  PSL  re-run
     2002   Isabelle Blanc (FRA)  Dejan Kosir (SLO)  PSL   re-run
     2002  Ursula Fingerlos (AUT)   Thomas Bourgault (FRA)  SBX   Heat of 4
     2003  Isabelle Blanc (FRA)   Mathieu Bozzetto (FRA)  PSL  re-run
     2003  Karine Ruby (FRA)  Xavier de le Rue (FRA)  SBX  Heat of 4
     2003  Deborah Anthonioz (FRA)  Xavier de le Rue (FRA)  SBX  Heat of 4 
     2004   Lindsey Jacobellis (USA)  Tom Velisek (CAN)  SBX  Heat of 4
     2004  Jagna Marczulajtis (POL)  Dejan Kosir (SLO)  PSL  re-run
     2004  Ursula Bruhin (SUI)  Philipp Schoch (SUI)  PSL   re-run
     2006   Dominique Maltais (CAN)  Drew Neilson (CAN)  SBX  Heat of 4
     2006  Mellie Francon (SUI)  Mario Fuchs (AUT)  SBX  Heat of 4
     2006  Ekaterina Tudegesheva (RUS)  Siegfried Grabner (AUT)  PSL  re-run
     2006  Doresia Krings (AUT)  Simon Schoch (SUI)  PSL  re-run
     2008  Nicolien Sauerbreij (NED)  Mathieu Bozzetto (FRA)  PSL  re-run
     2008  Lindsey Jacobellis (USA)  Mario Fuchs (AUT)  SBX   Heat of 4
     2009   Sandra Frei (SUI)  Xavier de le Rue (FRA)   SBX   Heat of 4
     2009  Lindsey Jacobellis (USA)  Damon Hayler (AUS)  SBX   Heat of 4
     2010  Lindsey Jacobellis (USA)  Nate Holland (USA)  SBX  Heat of 4
     2011  Ekaterina Tudegesheva (RUS)  Benjamin Karl (AUT)  PSL   re-run
     2012  Patrizia Kummer (SUI)  Roland Fischnaller (ITA)  PSL  re-run
     2013  Amelie Kober (GER)  Andreas Prommegger (AUT)  PSL  single run
     2013  Patrizia Kummer (SUI)  Zan Kosir (SLO)  PSL   re-run
     2014  Patrizia Kummer (SUI)  ALexander Bergmann (GER)  PSL  single run
     2014   Patrizia Kummer (SUI)  Vic Wild (RUS)  PSL   re-run
     2015  Ester Ledecka (CZE)  Zan Kosir (SLO)  PSL  single run
     2015  Patrizia Kummer (SUI)  Nevin Galmarini (SUI)  PSL   Team Event
     2016  Ekaterina Tudegesheva (RUS)  Radoslav Yankov (BUL)  PSL  single run
     2016  Sabine Schoeffmann (AUT)  Alexander Payer (AUT)  PSL  Team Event 
     2017  Daniela Ulbing (AUT)  Christoph Mick (ITA)  PSL  single run
     2017  Daniela Ulbing (AUT)  Benjamin Karl (AUT)  PSL  Team Event



    In the four winter sports resorts of Gastein Valley, skiers and snowboarders are greeted by a total of well over 220 kilometers of outstandingly groomed slopes. The right slope awaits no matter what your ability level: deep-snow and moguls runs, carving hills and freerides, along with family runs, bringing all the variety to your ski vacation you could possibly wish for.

    Some 50 cable cars and ski lifts, along with around 220 kilometers of excellently maintained and snowy slopes, make Gastein Valley one of the most attractive ski areas in the entire province. Your choices include the ski circuits of Stubnerkogel-Angertal-Schlossalm and Dorfgastein-Grossarl, also awaiting you with a permanent race hill, the World Championship-caliber Graukogel with its long, tough runs, and Sportgastein, located at high-alpine elevations of up to 2700 meters, where the backcountry is vast and open.



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