Ski & Board

With slopes challenging even top world cup skiers, you will never get bored. The most snow-sure region in the whole of Germany, Oberstdorf has slopes for every level from black diamond to beginners. There fun parks, gentle slopes for the little ones and romantic Alpine chalets serving a wide range of local dishes on sunny terraces. Ski-lovers listen up! It doesn’t get any better than this.

Fellhorn / Kanzelwand

Germany’s largest ski resort offers perfectly prepared slopes, 15 diffetrent cable cars and ski lifts. Snow canons guarantee that you can ride all the way down to the valley! Don’t miss a classic: Ski down the 3,8 km long slope from the top to bottom! Want to impress your peers with a 360°? Check out the fun parks at Fellhorn “FellhornPARK" und Kanzelwand "Crystal Ground”.

Nebelhorn

This is the highest accessible peak in the region and in good weather you can enjoy the view on 400 surrounding mountain peaks! Insider tip: Enjoy Germany’s longest downhill-run of 7,5 kilometres!
Are you more into jumps, moguls, tight corners and big snow waves? Then head to the Snow cross area or the advanced mogul field at the top of Nebelhorn.

Söllereck

Söllereck is the ideal family ski resort with various beginner slopes and various offers for both parents and children. A brand new 6-seater gondola gets you and your family comfortably to the top with 5 different slopes to choose from. More advanced skiers can enjoy the “Höllwies” slope (2,5 kilometres).

Walmendinger Horn

This is the powder paradise of the region and is an excellent ski resort in the Kleinwalsertal with 4,2 km of downhill slopes at the edge of Arlberg.

Ifen

Offers 20 kilometres of slopes with long runs and beautiful family slopes. Whether you are looking for a challenging downhill slopes or an alpine tour, Ifen has it all including a toboggan run from the Gaisbühllift.