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Ski Resorts and Tickets

Skiing 128 km of slopes and more than 76 km of cross country ski trails won’t leave any wish unfulfilled. Also, these slopes were occupied by the athletes of the FIS World Championships in 2005 and can now be used for cross country skiing.

In addition, there is the well known two-country skiing region “Oberstdorf Kleinwalsertal”. It offers 128 km slopes within five skiing regions. Next to 10 cable cars, 14 chair lifts and 23 T-bars.

Everyone can enjoy the excitement of international sporting events. In addition, young ones or those who are still young at heart can have fun speeding down the toboggan run.
Ski tour fans can enjoy a tour under the supervision of a qualified ski instructor. The skibob school at Söllereck will teach you how to take each downhill without straining your joints. The frozen lakes and ice stadium invite you to go ice skating or to take part in a curling game.

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Here you can find further information about the skiresorts

- Nebelhorn

The highest ski resort in the Allgäu is snow-proof and can be supported with artificial snow – fast and efficient!

From the top of Nebelhorn you have a view over 400 peaks: this is why many locals call it „stage of the alps“. And this „stage“ offers great perspectives – also concerning the snow guarantee.

On 13km of slopes – which include the 7,5 km long slope towards the valley – winter athletes enjoy untroubled winter fun until the end of April.

At Nebelhorn, sun worshippers are just right on the ample sun terrace or on the winter hiking paths. Nebelhorn is also the perfect vantage point for ski tourers and at the Ortovox training center you can practice to find people buried by an avalanche with transceiver and probe.

This is the perfect ski resort for ambitious skiers as it offers many black slopes and a 7,5km run towards the valley, which is the longest slope in Germany.
Beginners also find a suitable terrain at the “Seealpe”, which is perfect for the first tries.
But not only the slopes are of the finest: soon-to-be ski instructors are trained here, boarders feel at home and freeriders find the perfect terrain.

- Fellhorn/Kanzelwand

Limitless snow: at Fellhorn/Kanzelwand Mother Hulda and one of the most modern snow-making facilities in the alps work hand in hand.

They make sure that Fellhorn/Kanzelwand has white slopes throughout the whole winter. This is why the two-country-region presents itself as an innovative, high-performance and service oriented skiresort.

Slopes, cable cars and lifts

24 diversified, well prepared kilometers of slopes – 4,2 and 3,9 km of these are the snow-sure slopes towards the valley – and mogul runs as well as 14 fast and comfortable cable cars and lifts await the winter athletes at Fellhorn/Kanzelwand.

Here you get to the peak fast and comfortable: in the ski region Fellhorn/Kanzelwand most of the lifts are 6-person chairlifts – the comfortable alternative to t-bar lifts, especially for children and snowboards.

Fun in the snow

Close to the middle station at Fellhorn, even the smallest may jump high: at the “Easy-Park” – the special terrain park area for all kids and beginners.
More advanced snowboarders or freeskiers can use the “Crystal Ground” terrain park at the Kessler t-bar lift close to the valley station of Kanzelwandl. It consists of lines for beginners and advanced freeskiers and snowboarders. It can also be artificially snowed.

Restaurants and alpine lodge cafes

At our excellent restaurants, cosy lodge cafes and snow bars within the ski resort, winter athletes can feel comfortable and enjoy the served food: a warming soup, a fresh salad or a freshly made meal – there is something for every taste. There are also special meals for children and elderly people. All food and beverages can also be enjoyed on the ample mountain terraces.

- Söllereck

The modern cable car brings you into the heart of the beginner and family ski resort in Oberstdorf where you can find great slopes for beginners and advanced skiers

Of the 12 well prepared slopes, 5 runs can be artificially snowed and are therefore guaranteed to be open all winter.

The ´Höllwieslift´ is Germany´s longest t-bar lift and popular especially among the locals. Its slopes are a bit more challenging and therefore ideal for more advanced skiers. The ´Höllwies´ run is a former FIS racetrack and is today a run with all natural snow.

The slopes of ´Schrattenwanglift´ are the highest situated runs at Söllereck ski resort, the slopes at ´Ochsenhöfle´ lift are ample and spacious and the slopes at ´Wannenköpfle´ lift are best for beginners.

- Ifen

Surprisingly different: the ski resort at the 2228 m high Ifen is the second largest in Kleinwalsertal – nonetheless you can find calmness and quietness here.

About 25 kilometers of prepared slopes offer a diversified skiing terrain for families with children and beginners, for example on the ample territory of the so-called ´Gottesacker´ (god´s acre). The ´calm giant´, whose most popular runs are situated on a height level of between 1600 and 2030 meters persuade with perfect snow conditions. Winter hiking becomes an adventure on the two prepared winter hiking tracks of up to 5km of length

- Walmendingerhorn

The Walmendingerhorn ski resort at Kleinwalsertal elates connoisseurs on the slopes as well as in the deck chairs on the sun terrace.

The “mountain for all senses” has a spectacular viewpoint-platform, an ample sun terrace and and a glassy panoramic lift.

The ´mountain radio´ plays whatever you like – for example mountain movie themes or regional stories – directly in your deck chair. Initiates and locals appreciate the sunny and diversified slopes, the 3-country panoramic view and a spacious freeride-terrain as well as ski tourists do, too. The Walmendingerhorn is naturally snowproof because of its geographical situation.