The ski resort below the Hoher Ifen (2,228 metres) and the Hahnenköpfle (2,085 metres) offers a diverse and extensive selection of slopes. From beginners to experts, there is lots of choice for everyone here. The slopes run along the striking Ifen Plateau and over the fascinating Gottesacker.
Total: 22.6 km
The Kellerloch ski route leads from the mountain station of the Olympiabahn lift to the Kellerloch-Abfahrt black run.
Artificial snow-making 78 Snow cannons 54 % of the slopes have snow-making capabilities
Valley run available There are three valley runs, ranging from easy to difficult.
above tree line
under tree line
Ski-Gleitweg Gottesacker & Ski-Gleitweg Küren slopes · Length 7 km · Elevation difference 755 m The longest run leads from Ifen mountain station over the easy Ski-Gleitweg Gottesacker slope and the easy Ski-Gleitweg Küren slope to the base station.
Most difficult run
Ifoly-Abfahrt & Olympiahang slopes · Length 2.1 km · Elevation difference 586 m The black slope runs along the Olympiabahn lift.
Schäfalp-Abfahrt slope Over the Gottesacker Plateau
Ifen-Abfahrt slope Along the Ifenbahn II lift
No snow park/fun park
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