The Garmisch-Classic ski resort has a good mixture of slopes of all difficulty levels. The slopes are above the treeline on the Osterfelderkopf and at the Längenfelder lift. Otherwise, the slopes are below the treeline. The long valley runs to the Hausberg and Kreuzeck/Alpspitz lift base stations are intermediate and difficult. The easy slopes are located between the Hausberg and Kreuzeck in the middle area.
Total: 40 km
Artificial snow-making 66 % of the slopes have snow-making capabilities
Valley run available There are valley runs with snow-making capabilities to the Hausberg and the Kreuzeck/Alpspitz lift
above tree line
under tree line
Valley run from the Osterfelderkopf · Length 8.8 km · Elevation difference 1310 m
Most difficult run
Kandahar slope · Length 3.5 km · Elevation difference 940 m The steepest and most difficult sections are the "Freier Fall" (free fall) and Tröglhang. Before World Cup races, sections of this slope are blocked off in order to prepare them for the race. There are alternative routes provided.
Kandahar run The Kandahar slope leads from the Kreuzjoch to the base station of the Kreuzeck/Alpspitz lift with different variations. The difficult slope is 3000 m long and is used for World Cup races. The steepest section is the "Freie Fall" (free fall) with a 92% incline. There is an alternative route provided so that you can ski around this section.
Snow park/Fun park
Public race course with time measurement - free of charge At the Hausberg (BMW race course)
SkiMovie create and download your own ski video - free of charge At the Hausberg (BMW race course)