Slopes of all difficulty levels will make the hearts of beginners as well as experts beat faster. Optimally prepared slopes and primarily wide runs await guests in Hochzillertal as well as in Hochfügen. The slopes in the upper part of the resort lead over open terrain. In the lower part, the runs lead through forest glades down to the valley. The majority of the slopes are intermediate and suitable for most skiers.
84.6 km Total
29.7 km (35 %)
41.3 km (49 %)
13.6 km (16 %)
Marked ski routes 5.1 km
Artificial snow-making 400 Snow cannons 80 % of the slopes have snow-making capabilities
Valley run available Valley runs with snow-making capabilities lead to Kaltenbach, Hochfügen and Aschau. From Aschau, a ski bus takes you back to the lift in Kaltenbach. Kaltenbach and Hochfügen have direct lift connections.
above tree line
under tree line
Valley run from Öfelerjoch to Aschau · Length 11 km · Elevation difference 1760 m At the end of the slope, a shuttle bus leads from Aschau to the Kaltenbach base station
Most difficult run
Valley run to Aschau · Length 11 km · Elevation difference 1760 m
Marchkopf No. 13 (Hochzillertal)
Obitraudi No. 4 (Hochfügen)
Neuhütten No. 3 (Hochzillertal)
Aschau ski route (Hochzillertal)
Pfaffenbühel II mountain station to the 8-person Jet base station No. 6 (Hochfügen)
Snow park/Fun park
Public race course with time measurement - free of charge
Skiline Ski day reproduced in internet (Lifts used, elevation meters and slope kilometers skied) - free of charge
SkiMovie create and download your own ski video - free of charge BMW xDrive Skimovie course on run No. 2 in Hochfügen
Moonlight skiing From the Kristallhütte to the base, depending on full moon and weather conditions.
Additional Offerings Photopoint in Hochfügen, Freeride Checkpoints