Best rating: 4 out of 5 stars
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The ski resort has a direct train connection. It is forbidden to ski off-piste as well as through... more
They practice soft tourism. The lift is only in operation when there is sufficient snow.
The northern-facing slopes of the Ettelsberg comprise an FFH area (nature and landscape protection... more
A 5000 square metre photovoltaic facility provides "green" power to the Winterberg all... more
The Postwiese is an FFH area (FFH stands for fauna, flora and habitat). The mountain meadows and... more
The Sahnehang is located in the Kahler Asten nature reserve, but since people have been skiing on... more
The Hunau ski area is not accessible via public transportation. A transfer service is offered for... more
The mountain meadows surrounding Altastenberg are classified as FFH areas (Fauna-Flora-Habitat).... more
They nurture the turf, but snow seldom falls and a large quantity of snow falls even less often.... more
The owner Josef Stinn's main occupation is farming and he farms the ground of the ski area himself.... more
The ecological footprint of such a small ski area is naturally small and thanks to the snow-making... more
The ski area is so small that it really doesn't have a negative impact. Residents from Neunkirchen... more
They practice soft tourism in Wildenthal.
They practice soft tourism.
Forested areas are blocked off and the FIS environmental regulations are mentioned on the trail... more
The FIS environmental protection rules for winter sport athletes are posted.
In general, soft tourism is practiced in the region.
The ski lift does not utilize energy-intensive snow-making equipment. Due to the usually low... more
The lift isn't open very often and mass tourism is not the norm here. This is bad for revenues, but... more
The small size alone makes the ecological footprint minimal. The ski area's offering also keeps... more