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The Arber

Skiing Arber

With its 1,456 m elevation, the ski resort on the Große Arber is the highest mountain in the Bavarian Forest and is therefore also known as the "King of the Bavarian Forest". This resort offers skiing enjoyment for all ability levels. Families feel at home between the Thurnhof lifts and the Sonnen slope and advanced skiers can have their fun from the slopes in the middle section up to the challenging slopes beneath the peak. Arber is one of the most modern winter sports areas in Germany with a 6-person gondola, two 6-person chairlifts, the ArBär children's area with 4 magic carpets and Zwerglgarten, fun park, floodlit slopes (most with snow-making equipment), ski rental and ski service. In addition to skiing, winter hiking paths, nearby cross-country trails and a floodlit toboggan run directly in the ski resort invite you to enjoy activities in the beautiful winter landscape of the Bavarian Forest.

Test report
3.6 out of 5 stars
Ski slopes »
10 km
Easy 4 km (40 %)
Intermediate 4 km (40 %)
Difficult 2 km (20 %)

Additional ski routes 5 km
Ski lifts »
Total: 6
Snow report »
Ski resort closed
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