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Restricted forest areas are pointed out on the trail map.
Access to the ski resort by public transportation is encouraged in Garmisch with special train-ski... more
On the roof of the Arber mountain station, the highest solar power plant in Eastern Bavarian... more
There are no snow cannons on the Zugspitze and they only open the ski resort when there is enough... more
"Soft tourism" is practiced here. Solar power facilities generate renewable energy on... more
The ski resort is very environmentally friendly. The snow-making equipment is energy efficient and... more
The complete energy supply for the Hocheck mountain lifts is provided by ecological hydro power... more
They place a high value on the use of local public transportation and the train connection provided... more
Balderschwang joined Oberallgäu and Bregenzwald communities in 2008 to form the first cross-border... more
The Bolsterlang ski resort is located within the Nagelfluhkette Natural Park, so they are very... more
The lifts and snow-making equipment are powered completely by electricity produced by hydropower.... more
The upper section of the road to the Belchenhaus was closed in 2001 in order to protect the... more
Soft tourism is practiced on the Unternberg. They only open the ski area once there is a good base... more
They practice soft tourism. They only open the ski season after sufficient natural snow has... more
A car-free arrival is strongly encouraged in Oberstdorf with the motto: "Pass the traffic jam... more
The quartz sand mountain was built up years ago and so the natural environment is not really... more
The Feldberg ski resort is located in the largest and oldest nature conservation area in... more
There is no snow-making facility in Kaltenbronn. In addition, the village operates an information... more
They practice soft tourism and only open the slopes when there is a sufficient amount of snow.
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 Steckenberg ski resort practices soft winter tourism. The power is generated at the location... more
They practice soft tourism. The lifts only run when there is enough snow.
They make artificial snow on the slope and open when there is enough snow. The lift is run by an... more
They practice soft tourism and there are no snow cannons. The lifts only run when there is enough... more
They practice soft tourism. They only open the lift when there is enough snow.
The ski resort makes efforts to protect the environment and practices soft tourism.
In order to protect the natural environment and reduce traffic, there is good scheduled bus service... more
The northern-facing slopes of the Ettelsberg comprise an FFH area (nature and landscape protection... more
They do not make a great effort to protect the grass turf and the slopes with artificial snow... more
The ski resort can be accessed with public transportation. The signs with the FIS environmental... 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
They practice soft tourism on the Proeller, but it's difficult to access with public... more
They practice soft tourism, but access via public transportation is difficult.
They practice soft tourism, but access by public transportation is difficult.
They practice soft tourism, but it is difficult to get there using public transportation.
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 and only open the ski lifts when there is enough snow (natural or... more
The operation of a ski hall is very energy intensive. However, the largest photovoltaic facility in... more
Scheduled bus service is available daily to Mehliskopf from Buehl, Baden-Baden and Forbach.