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Spittal an der Drau

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90 % Recommendation rate:

Resort 8.8
Ski area 8.2
Information about the ski area
Goldeck Sportberg
Highest point: 2,142 m
Lowest point: 550 m
Altitude ski resort: 556 m
Lifts in total: 11
Tow lifts: 7
Chair lifts: 2
Gondola lift: 2
Pistes in total: 25 km
Pistes:
8 km
Pistes:
9.5 km
Pistes:
7.5 km

Ski area Goldeck Sportberg

Ski area Goldeck Sportberg

With the lift pass "Goldeck Sportberg" you have access to a total of 25 km of piste, accessible via 11 lifts. The Sportberg is still known as insiders tip - although the ski area itself is very diverse and has a piste for every level of skill on offer. Children, for instance, can learn their first swings in the "Kinderland", which offers two separate lifts. There is also a soft family descent to practice on.

More experienced skiers will enjoy the 7.5 km long valley run, which is the longest, black valley run in the Alps. More than 50 ha of terrain are available here for freeriders. Freestylers on the other hand, will find the Snowpark Goldeck to be the perfect place to try some new styles.

With the upgrade to "TopSkiPass Kärnten & Osttirol Gold" you'll have even more fun in 31 ski areas with a total of 876 km of piste and 281 lifts. You spoilt for choice with 24 ski regions in Kärnten and 7 ski regions in East Tyrol!
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Après ski Spittal an der Drau

If letting yourself be spoiled with regional and international delicacies in one of the cosy restaurants or Carinthian guest rooms is not enough for you, you will find various opportunities to go out in Spittal in the evening. Popular meeting places are B2, Finnegans, the Icekalt, the Nicky's Irish pub, which also has a skittley alley, or at Upstairs.

There are also plenty possibilities to spend a more active afternoon or evening: Millstatt lake is a beautiful backdrop for a winter hike, or your can explore the surrounding nature on snow shoes. Ice skaters and fans of curling will get their money's worth at the Spittal ice sports arena. For romantics, a horse-drawn carriage ride - especially along the lake shore - is a wonderful choice. Alternatively you can take a walk to Porcia Castle which is beautiful castle gardens, where a Christmas village cares for a very special atmosphere during the Advent season.

The cultural offers in Spittal are also well worth seeing. The castle an Spittl, a historic Renaissance building in the city are host for events such as e.g. readings, jazz concerts or cabaret. The castle is always worth a visit, after all it is one of the most beautiful Renaissance buildings north of the Alps.

Snowpark: Snowpark Goldeck Spittal an der Drau

In the Snowpark Goldeck, beginners and freestyle pros can burn off steam. They can choose between a medium and an advances area.

The diverse set-up offers e.g. various kickers, boxes, rails and tubes, as well as a lollipop. In the medium area there are mostly kickers and boxes to be found. Further, there is a kids line, which offers a wave ride and is located directly between the two children's lifts.
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Expert rating report Goldeck Sportberg

The rating report Goldeck Sportberg comprises the main groups "Top rating categories", "Categories for special interests" and "Further rating categories" which all influence the overall result with their own count.

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(3.5 out of 5 stars)

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Families & children
Beginners
Experts & freeriders
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