Der Kasberg bietet für Skitouren-Liebhaber zahlreiche Routen an.  | ©  Almtal-Bergbahnen
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Slope Touring at Kasberg

Along the Slope to the Summit

Slope tourers love the Upper Austrian ski resort of Kasberg as it features a separate ascent trail along the downhill piste! Selected pistes are open for slope touring on designated evenings. So, if you ever wanted to enjoy the moonlight on your tour, Kasberg is THE place to be!

Look forward to calm and peace and memorable moments!

Eine tolle Alternative und Abwechslung zum Skifahren ist das Schneeschuhwandern am Kasberg.  | © Almtal-Bergbahnen
Der Kasberg bietet für Skitouren-Liebhaber zahlreiche Routen an.  | ©  Almtal-Bergbahnen
Beim Winterwandern am Kasberg die Natur so richtig genießen.  | © Almtal-Bergbahnen
Der traumhafte Panoramablick in das Almtal.  | © Almtal-Bergbahnen

Dates and Facts

Things you should know about Slope Touring Kasberg

  • No extra charge for holders of a day, multi-day or season ticket.
  • Children and teens younger than 15 (b. 2005) use ascent trail for free
  • Adult and teen slope tourers need a valid Wintererlebnis ticket or Winteraktiv ticket
  • Slope tourers can choose tickets with or without several lift rides. Tickets without lift rides include ascent up to the valley station of the 12er gondola (B).
  • Kasberg slopes are ideal for slope touring along the pistes. 


Wintererlebnis ticket, Winteraktiv night ticket as well as the season ticket include the use of all infrastructural facilities of Kasberg ski resort, such as ascent trail to GUB valley station, parking and toilet. 

Slope tours at KASBERG

Up the Mountain!

Have you caught the slope touring fever and want to explore Kasberg on touring skis? Great!

Start your tour at the parking of the valley station. There are three ways uphill:

Tour 1: Sepp-Huber-Hut

  • Length: 6.7 km
  • Vertical height: 900 m
  • Duration: 2–2.5 h
  • Difficulty: easy
  • Route: along waymarked hiking trail to Hochberghaus, via Farrenau to GUB valley station, take GUB uphill or ascend to Sepp-Huber Hut via Sommerweg/Benn Nock (ascent via family downhill forbidden in this section).

Tour 2: Ochsenbodenlift top station

  • Length: 7.2 km
  • Vertical height: 1,000 m
  • Difficulty: easy
  • Route: like Route 1, from Sepp-Huber-Hut to  Ochsenbodenlift top station for about half a kilometre


Tour 3: Kasberggipfel

  • Length: 8.5 km
  • Vertical height: 1,150 m
  • Difficulty: easy; steep terrain for slope crossing
  • Route: like Route 1+2. From Ochsenbodenlift top station to Kasberggipfel along a ridge.

Good to know:
Sundays through Thursdays (until 22:00) ascent to Hochberghaus allowed. Thursdays and under a full moon up to Sepp-Huber-Hut.

Three reasons for slope touring

It’s High Time for a Visit to Kasberg

Reason 1: Slope tourers really enjoy the downhill after a demanding ascent. What’s the most beautiful after a two-hour ascent? The stop at the hut and the downhill on perfectly groomed ski runs!

Reason 2: Nature becomes more intimate on a slope tour. Enjoy beautiful winter landscapes all along the way.  

Reason 3: Athletic challenge meets pure relaxation – slope touring at Kasberg will bring you many happy moments on the mountains.