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Runs/ski slopes St. Jakob in the Defereggental/Brunnalm

There are great, wide carving runs in the upper part of the ski resort. These slopes are located above the treeline. Besides a few easy slopes, most of the slopes are intermediate. The two valley runs go through a forested area - one is an intermediate run and the other is difficult. In the valley, there are some easy slopes for practicing.

Runs/slopes

17 km
Total
Easy 4.7 km (28 %)
Intermediate 11.1 km (65 %)
Difficult 1.2 km (7 %)
Additional runs
  • Marked ski routes 1 km
Worth knowing
  • Artificial snow-making
    83 Snow cannons
    80 % of the slopes have snow-making capabilities
  • Valley run available

Run location

  • above tree line
  • under tree line

Longest run

  • From the highest point in the ski resort (Almspitz lift) all the way down to the valley · Length 6.8 km · Elevation difference 1125 m

Most difficult run

  • Black valley run T · Length 2.5 km · Elevation difference 655 m

Slope tip

  • Carving slopes at the Weissspitz lift
Snowparks
  • Snow park/Fun park
  • No halfpipe
Highlights
  • Public race course with time measurement - sometimes for a fee
    At the Mooserberg lift
  • Skiline
    Ski day reproduced in internet (Lifts used, elevation meters and slope kilometers skied) - free of charge
Night skiing
  • Night skiing not offered


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