Hunguest Hotel Heiligenblut
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Hunguest Hotel Heiligenblut
Travel Blogs from Heiligenblut
Garry has seen me on my first day on the slopes, when I sucked at snowboarding. He has seen me gently improve over the years such as I sucked slightly less at snowboarding. He's a very supportive and empathetic character and gives wonderful feeling praise when he sees you doing good. I could not wait to show off Don the freestyler’s new skills. We had a run or two down the mountain together, I showed off, it was fun. I even convinced Rory and [forgot her name ...
... than infectious, it makes you feel great. What a hero. I found this all very tiring. Hugh reminded me that I have lucozade tablets, they were necessary, I was crashing. Perked up I let out a sigh “get on with it, what do you think you are on a holiday or something?” Hannis prompted.
Windy afternoon back with Julian, this meant no return visit to the fun park as planned and just freestyle practice at lower altitudes, great ...
... piste, he inadvertently cut the snow, caused an avalanche, got into the path of the avalanche, fell over face down head first down the mountain and waited, able to hear the dull rumble of several tonnes of snow heading in his direction wishing to bury him, to die. He was with two friends. He didn’t die. They dug him out and collectively they took it easy for the rest of the day.
[Forgot his name] was very interesting to talk to, his philosophy was ...
... dubious pleasure of regurgitating the hot chocolate and rum in front of my classmates. It’s actually quite uplifting to have that many people splitting their sides belly laughing, you can’t feel sick for long and have to join in.
Regardless of whether it was the chocolate or the rum, I was happy to stick to water for the remainder of the day and night. As such my photographic evidence is of slightly better composition. ...
Having been late the day before I decided to go faster on the morning run across the mountain from Schlossalm to Angertal, I said "see you down there" to Garry, hit the road and didn't see him down there. At some point the signage stopped indicating that Angertal was in my future. Evidently I’d taken a left and should have gone right and was spending beautiful time being the fifth person down this side of the mountain back down ...