In addition to difficult slopes, the 4-Mountain Ski Area offers some powder terrain in the bordering forest areas on the Planai, Hauser Kaibling and Reiteralm, as well as a few long slopes with large vertical differences. The finish of the Planai slope, on which many elite international slalom pros have confronted difficulties, is legendary. On the Reiteralm, there is a special attraction for advanced skiers - the “Black Quartett”. These four black slopes ("Black Queen", "Black Power", "Black Rose" and "Black Horse") are real challenges and impress with gradients of up to 80%. Mogul slopes can be found at the Mitterhausbahn lift on the Planai. On the Hauser Kaibling, there is the difficult Panorama slope.
Information for advanced skiers, freeriders
some freeride/deep snow areas
some mogul slopes
Slope offering for advanced skiers
123 km Total
8.3 km (7 %)
Ski routes 4 km The following ski routes are located in the 4-Mountain Ski Area: Osthang (Hauser Kaibling), Burgstallalm and Mitterhaus (Planai), Untertal (Hochwurzen), Wolke und seine Freunde (Reiteralm)
Most difficult run
Black Rose Reiteralm (number 2) · Length 0.5 km · Elevation difference 110 m
Finish of the Planai slope (Planai triple lift base station to Schladming) · Length 1.4 km · Elevation difference 447 m
Panorama - run number 7 (Hauser Kaibling) · Length 0.6 km · Elevation difference 170 m
General note: Always mind the avalanche warnings and barriers, please. Never ski into a closed and unsecured area.
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