There are slopes of all difficulty levels on the Großen Arber. The slopes increase in difficulty starting from the right side with the easy ArBär-Kinderland & Zwergenland children's areas and the Thurnhof lifts up to the difficult World Cup course along the gondola lane and the extension of the Osthang slope (eastern slope). So, you can travel between the easy, intermediate and difficult slopes from right to left according to your ability and mood. The many wide slopes, which are perfect for carving, the black FIS World Cup course as well as the parallel grand slalom course with time measurement are the highlights. There is also a 5 km long ski route to the village of Bodenmais.
Total: 11.5 km
The ski route begins directly at the peak of the Arber and leads to the village of Bodenmais. The route is normally prepared by a snowcat. There is no ski lift connection in Bodenmais back to the Arber.
Artificial snow-making 50 Snow cannons 75 % of the slopes have snow-making capabilities
Valley run available
just above tree line
under tree line
Osthang slope · Length 1.5 km · Elevation difference 426 m
Most difficult run
FIS World Cup course · Length 1 km · Elevation difference 342 m Approved for the FIS women's and men's World Cup slalom and giant slalom races.
No snow park/fun park
Public race course with time measurement - free of charge Parallel giant slalom course on the Thurnhofhang
Skiline Ski day reproduced in internet (Lifts used, elevation meters and slope kilometers skied) - free of charge
Additional Offerings The parallel giant slalom course with time measurement is often used by ski clubs for their final races.