The slopes on the glacier are mainly easy. More challenging are the runs going down to Ochsenalm and at the Karlesjoch lift. The challenging Steibockwand with its 75% incline is also an option. This slopes leads through the Wiesejaggl ski tunnel which provides access to the difficult slope leading to the Ochsenalm middle station. From the end of the tunnel down to the Ochsenalm, there is also always the possibility of making a side trip into the powder.
Total: 23.3 km
Ski routes lead to the Ochsenalm in the direction of Gepatschhaus and along the Langtaufer Valley to Italy (only way back is by taxi - 90 km). The ski route is a variation that should only be attempted with a mountain guide.
Artificial snow-making 40 % of the slopes have snow-making capabilities
Valley run available The valley run ends at the parking lot of the Ochsenalm 1 lift at 2150 m.
above tree line
Falginjoch - Ochsenalm · Length 5 km · Elevation difference 958 m
Most difficult run
Karlesjoch - Wiesejaggl ski tunnel (Steinbockwand) · Length 2.7 km · Elevation difference 707 m
Ochsenalm 1 + 2
Snow park/Fun park
Public race course with time measurement - free of charge FIS-standard race course with time measurement (at the Nörderjoch tow lift)
Additional Offerings Variations lead to the Ochsenalm in the direction of Gepatschhaus and along the Langtaufer Valley to Italy (only way back is by taxi - 90 km). The variations should only be attempted with a mountain guide.