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Most beginner-friendly ski resorts Big Sky

2 Test reports: Sorted according to evaluation criteria - Beginners

Altitude info
2182 m - 3005 m (Difference 823 m)
Slopes
80 km
30 km
30 km
20 km
Ski lifts
14
Towns/villages
Big Sky
Total result
4.3 of 5 Star
Beginners
4 of 5 Star
Altitude info
2072 m - 3398 m (Difference 1326 m)
Slopes
250 km
55 km
69 km
126 km
Ski lifts
28
Lift ticket
US$ 99,- / approx. € 73,- (Day ticket main season)
Towns/villages
Big Sky
Total result
4.3 of 5 Star
Beginners
4 of 5 Star
Test Reports
Highlights
Advanced skiers, freeriders
Orientation (trail map, information boards, sign-postings)
Highlights
Families and children
Slope preparation
Ski Special • Tips for the ski holiday
Video
Hochkoenig
Photos
Events
Silvretta Montafon
2014-12-04 – 2014-12-14
Kitzbuehel
2015-01-23 – 2015-01-25
Soelden
2015-04-23 – 2015-04-26
Lifts and Cable Cars
St. Anton am Arlberg
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Austria | St. Anton am Arlberg
The 94 cableways and lifts as well as 340 km runs distributed over the complete Arlberg area offer all possibilities. Keen winter sport fans from beginners up to professional, enjoy the varied Arlberg. more...
Test Reports
Highlights
Ski resort size
Slope offering, run variety
Highlights
Advanced skiers, freeriders
Après-ski
Current Info
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