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Advanced skiing/freeriding Garmisch-Classic – Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Test result4 out of 5 stars

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The evaluation is done as follows


Advanced skiing/powder snow skiing Garmisch-Classic – Garmisch-Partenkirchen

A quarter of the slopes in the Garmisch-Classic ski resort are marked as difficult. The long valley runs, especially the 3000 m long Kandahar slope, will challenge advanced skiers. The "Freien Fall" (free fall) with a 92% incline, which can be avoided, is also the steepest section of this World Cup ski slope. Freeriders will get their money's worth when snow conditions are good on the Osterfelderkopf, at the Hochalm, the Längenfelder lift and at the Bernadein lift. There are freeride checkpoints available for increased safety.


Information for advanced skiers, freeriders
  • some freeride/deep snow areas
  • few mogul slopes


Most difficult run
  • Kandahar slope · Length 3.3 km · Elevation difference 920 m
    The steepest and most difficult sections are the "Freier Fall" (free fall) and Tröglhang. Before World Cup races, sections of this slope are blocked off in order to prepare them for the race. There are alternative routes provided.

General note: Always mind the avalanche warnings and barriers, please. Never ski into a closed and unsecured area.



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