The Gargellen ski resort offers slopes of all difficulty levels. There are wide and easy beginner runs on the treeless slopes of the Schafberg Plateau. The easy Täli slope leads from the mountain station of the Kristall lift through an untouched valley to the Gargellner Alpe. Three beautiful valley runs lead down to Gargellen: the intermediate Schnapfenwald run, the easy Birkenegg run and the easy Schwefeltobel run. There is also a fun slope for children and adults on the Schafberg Plateau. Practice slopes in the base area round off the offering.
Total: 28.1 km
Four ski routes (Kristall, Standard, Gandasee and Rinderhütte) are located in the upper part of the ski resort. There are also three very steep variation runs (Nidla, Spielmannkopf and the Madrisa steep slope).
Artificial snow-making 83 Snow cannons 50 % of the slopes have snow-making capabilities
Valley run available Three pretty valley runs lead down to Gargellen.
above tree line
under tree line
Valley runs Madrisa and Birkenegg (Nos. 5 and 2b) · Length 6 km · Elevation difference 877 m
Most difficult run
Lange Seite (No. 1a) · Length 1 km · Elevation difference 200 m
No snow park/fun park
Public race course with time measurement - free of charge at the Kristall lift
Additional Offerings Evening ski excursion (every Wednesday at 4 PM), view behind the scenes of a lift company (every Tuesday at 3 PM)