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View from the Riedberger Horn of the Balderschwang ski resort

Skiing Balderschwang/Schelpen-Riedberger Horn

Balderschwang is located at 1,044 m above sea level on an idyllic high plateau in the Allgäu Alps. It is the highest community in Germany and also the smallest independent community in Bavaria. The high plateau is well-known for its snow reliability, which is responsible for its nick name, "Bavarian Siberia". Two chairlifts and nine tow lifts provide access to approx. 30 km of slopes of all difficulty levels. The ski resort is suitable for everyone, from beginners to racers. 40 km of snow-reliable cross-country trails, winter hiking paths and a toboggan run complete the winter offering.

Test report
3.3 out of 5 stars
Ski slopes »
30 km
Easy 12 km (40 %)
Intermediate 10 km (33 %)
Difficult 8 km (27 %)

Ski lifts »
Total: 11
Snow report »
Ski resort closed
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Slopes 93.1 km
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Ski lifts
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