Ski holidays in Döllach
Döllach is a peaceful village in the Möll valley and part of the Großkirchheim area and around 10km to the Großglocker-Heiligenblut area.
Its landmark is its castle and integrated museum and is situated in one of the largest nature reserves in Central Europe, the Hohe Tauern National Park.
Skiing in Döllach
Döllach is part of the Großglockner which offers 55km of pistes. The area offers mostly beginner and intermediate slopes.
At the foot of Austria’s mountain, at 3798m, not only are there stunning views of the surrounding mountains but it is where intermediate and advanced skiers and boarders and freeriders will find excellent terrain that accommodates perfectly for these levels.
Beginners will find nice wide pistes at Sonn and Fleissalm, whilst more experienced skiers will love the steepest run from the Schareck peak to Fallbichl. There are also some great off piste options in the area such as the free ride arena at the Grossglockner and freeriding ski tours at the High Tauern National Park, one of the biggest ski tour areas in the Eastern Alps.
Snow conditions in Döllach
Due to the location of the Heiligenblutt ski area, being situated on the main mountain crest, there is guaranteed snow up until spring. Although Döllach is a low lying resort, the Großglockner also rises to an altitude of 3798m as Austria’s highest mountain.
Après ski, restaurants and other activities in Döllach
The resort doesn’t have lively apres ski, although Jak’s Tavern is a good spot for a drink or two but there are numerous bars in neighbouring Heiligenblut.
Döllach has many recreational activities to choose from including ice skating, ice climbing, tobogganing and winter hiking.
Transfer times to Döllach
Klagenfurt (KLU) - 2 hrs 30 mins
Salzburg (SZG) - 2 hrs 40 mins
Innsbruck (INN) - 3 hrs