Best rating: 2 out of 5 stars
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Districts: 1. Lower Bavaria (Niederbayern) , 2. Upper Palatinate (Oberpfalz)
Counties: 1. Regen , 1. Straubing-Bogen , 1. Freyung-Grafenau , 4. Deggendorf , 4. Amberg-Sulzbach
Mountain ranges: 1. Bavarian Forest (Bayerische Wald) , 1. Fichtel Mountains (Fichtelgebirge) , 3. Bavarian Alpine Foreland
Tourism regions: 1. Arberland , 1. St. Englmar , 1. Almberg-Haidel-Dreisessel , 1. Zwieseler Winkel , 5. Deggendorfer Land , 5. Bayerischer Jura (Bavarian Jura Mountains)
Arber is the largest and highest ski resort in the Bavarian Forest.
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With its 2 km of runs, the ski resort is one of the smaller resorts.
It is considered to be a small ski area.
The ski area is one of the smaller ski areas in the Bavarian Forest.
The ski area is considered a small ski area with its one km of slopes.
A t-bar lift provides access to the 0.5 km slope.