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The small, family-run Alpenland is popular with our regular guests who appreciate the warmth and good hospitality of the Kieler family. The hotel has a lovely spa area with various saunas and relaxation room.
Category B Austrian twins are around 25m² and furnished in light wood. These rooms have a bath and can sleep two guests.
Category C Austrian twins are are 32m² and sleep up to four using a double sofa bed in the lounge area. These rooms also have a balcony.
Category H Junior Suites are stylishly furnished and offer the most space at around 40m². They have a main Austrian twin bed and can sleep up to four using a double sofa bed in the lounge area. The balconies in these rooms have lovely south facing views.
If you’re looking for guaranteed snow, queue-free modern lifts and immaculate slope grooming then Obergurgl is the place for you. Known as the ‘diamond of the alps’ all our hotels are 4 star and above. As a family resort, many of the hotels offer kids activities and are close to the ski school and lifts.
You’ll have quiet scenic pistes suited to all levels of skiing. There is a great ski school, learning area and child friendly snow park. At a height of 1,927 metres the views in Obergurgl are spectacular.
With a community of 400 locals working in the traditional pubs, parasol covered bars and rustic mountain huts –expect lederhosen’s, large beer steins and service with a smile. Obergurgl is a small resort meaning you’re never too far from friends or family on the slopes.
The best views can be enjoyed from the top mountain star 360° bar or the Hohe Mut Alm – where you’ll find the spot known as Tirol’s most beautiful mountain ridge. We recommend a winter hike around the stone pine forest – which became a UNESCO natural treasure in 1963. There is a weekly ski-show, night skiing and tobogganing or why not holiday in style with a helicopter ride or champagne gondola lunch.
No trip to Obergurgl would be complete without a trip to the famous après Nederhütte, located half way up the mountain. Be sure to try the sticky ribs, they’re a specialty that shouldn’t be missed. Once you’ve had a bite to eat. It’s time to party – the house band and staff will be the first to demand you get up on the benches for a good old knees up.
In Obergurgl you'll have one of our reps in resort who will know the local area and can assist you with any queries.
Book your lift pass with us and we’ll give you 50% off equipment hire or carriage. See our Ski Bundle page for details.
Lift Passes W21/22
Adult Born before 2002
*Senior born before 1942 qualify for child prices*
*Children born before 2014 or later will need Snow-Kids lift pass at €2 per day and bookable in resort*
Area pass includes Obergurgl, Hochgurgl, Untergurgl & Solden - Duration of 3 days or more gives access to the whole valley which includes Obergurgl, Hochgurgl, Sölden, Hochoetz and Kühtai - total 361km.
Equipment (6 days)
Skis & boots
Snowboard & boots
Skis & boots
Please see here for a description of hire categories. †Child snowboard & boots from 9yrs.
10am-12pm & 1.30-3.30pm
Please note, ski school might be closed on Xmas and New Year day.
Prices and supplements are correct at time of publishing but may vary up or down; correct prices will be advised at the time of booking.