The ski resort of Loser offers a variety of slopes. On the side beneath the 1,717 m Sandling peak are intermediate and easy slopes passing through forest glades. On the Loser side, the slopes lead down from above the treeline and you can ski between Hochanger and Bräuning Alm on tree-free slopes down to the valley. The area is very popular and well-known among freeride fans. To get down to the valley, you can take either the easy, 9 km family slope (Familienabfahrt) or the challenging FIS slope. Beginners’ slopes in the valley complete the offering.
Total: 34 km
Artificial snow-making 64 Snow cannons 80 % of the slopes have snow-making capabilities
Valley run available Several valley runs lead down from the Sandling and Loser mountains to the valley.
above tree line
under tree line
Loser family slope (Familienabfahrt) · Length 9 km · Elevation difference 920 m
Most difficult run
Loser-Alm-Schuss · Length 0.3 km · Elevation difference 150 m The steepest slope in the Salzkammergut
Loser family slope (Familienabfahrt)
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 separate uphill slope for ski tourers in the ski resort of Loser.