The Elm ski resort offers varied slopes ranging from easy to challenging. In the upper area, there are primarily intermediate slopes that lie above the treeline, so there is also plenty of freeride terrain. Most of the slopes lie on the southern side in the sun.
Total: 40 km
There are two ungroomed ski routes: Black Hill slope and the Bergli valley run
Artificial snow-making 33 Snow cannons 50 % of the slopes have snow-making capabilities
Valley run available Three valley runs lead to the base station of the gondola lift. The black Steinibach valley run leads through very attractive landscape. The blue and red valley run begins on the Ämpächli.
above tree line
under tree line
Steinböden-Elm · Length 8 km · Elevation difference 1085 m From the highest point in the ski resort at the Pleus double chairlift to the base in Elm.
Most difficult run
Steinibach valley run · Length 4 km · Elevation difference 900 m From the Bischof mountain station to the base in Elm.
Vreni Schneider slope Named after the most successful Swiss skier. Vreni Schneider was born in Elm and also runs a ski school here.
Steinibach valley run The beginning of the slope is at the Bischof mountain station. From there you will cover 900 vertical meters through attractive landscape while heading to Elm. The slope is marked as black.