The ski resort offers winter sports fans slopes of all difficulty levels but the majority are intermediate level. There are easy slopes at the Sonnen lift and Start lift near the base. Those searching for challenging slopes will find them at the Wiesberg and Gaiskogel t-bar lifts. A speed measurement course is located at the Hohemut lift and there is night skiing at the Hochalter lift.
Total: 46 km
Artificial snow-making 80 Snow cannons 82 % of the slopes have snow-making capabilities
Valley run available There are multiple valley runs leading back to Kuehtai.
above tree line
No. 6 · Length 4 km · Elevation difference 450 m Slope No. 6 winds through high alpine terrain in the upper part and becomes steeper in the lower part.
Most difficult run
No. 9 · Length 1.5 km · Elevation difference 271 m Slope No. 9 runs parallel to the Gaiskogel lift and is very steep in the lower section.
No. 16 This slope leads through a natural hollow and is very suitable for repeat runs.
No. 1 This slope is very wide in the upper section and becomes narrower as it leads through a natural hollow back to the base station of the Hochalter lift.
Snow park/Fun park
Skiline Ski day reproduced in internet (Lifts used, elevation meters and slope kilometers skied) - free of charge
Additional Offerings There is a toboggan run that begins at the Graf Ferdinand Haus and ends at the base station of the Dreiseen lift.