Advanced skiing/freeriding St. Jakob im Defereggental – Brunnalm
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Advanced skiing/powder snow skiing St. Jakob im Defereggental – Brunnalm
The introduction of the new Leppleskofelbahn lift has resulted in the creation of some attractive black slopes. These start at the highest point of the ski resort at 2,683 metres and lead steeply down to the valley alongside the 6-person chairlift. The new lift also provides access to lots of unsecured powder slopes. Another black run leads from the middle station down to the valley. Additional freeride terrain can be found throughout the entire upper area.
- many freeride/deep snow areas
- few mogul slopes
|Difficult||6.2 km (26 %)|
- Ski routes 1.6 km
A ski route leads from the Feistritzlift to the Hotel Defereggental without a lift connection
- Leppleskofel slope · Length 1.4 km · Elevation difference 433 m
Attractive black slope from the highest point in the ski resort alongside the Leppleskofel 6-person chairlift
General note: Always mind the avalanche warnings and barriers, please. Never ski into a closed and unsecured area.
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