Peaks of three thousand meters of height, virgin nature and maximum comfort in a destination of winter of unavoidable visit. The Grossglockner Heiligenblut station, located in the Hohe Tauern Heiligenblut Carinthia, is a stunning ski area with 55 kilometers of excellent slopes that slope down over snowy slopes and overlook the highest mountain in Austria, the Grossglockner. The station is located at the upper end of the Moll valley and, thanks to the altitude of the station, which is between 1,301 m and 2,989 m, you can boast of having secured snow for practically the whole season. Regardless of the level of skiing of each, all ski enthusiasts and unspoiled nature know that Grossglockner Heiligenblut is a safe bet for fun and quality. At the climax of the complex is the Freeride Arena, where skiers find around 15 km² of snow with a maximum drop of 1,500m. The freerides also have points of attention where they are informed at all times of the risks of avalanche and the situation of the open ski routes. Families and children, for their part, enjoy Snowland and many other winter activities, such as sleigh rides, ice skating rinks or snowshoeing. Another special feature of the ski area is the numerous traditional small cabins that service runways and provide incredible panoramic views of the sun.