SlopesSt. Johann in Tirol/Oberndorf – Harschbichl
Runs/ski slopes St. Johann in Tirol/Oberndorf – Harschbichl
There are runs of all difficulty levels beneath the Kitzbüheler Horn. The more challenging runs are on the Harschbichl in the upper area, while almost all of the slopes in the lower area are also suitable for beginners. The slopes in St. Johann in Tyrol-Oberndorf are primarily very wide and well groomed. The funslope and the Kanonenrohr slope offer fun for all winter sports enthusiasts.
Total: 43 km
The Mühlalm ski route leads from the Eichenhof to the Jodlalm.
Artificial snow-making 300 Snow cannons 95 % of the slopes have snow-making capabilities
Valley run available Valley runs lead to all ski lift base stations in the ski resort.
under tree line
Harschbichl-Eichenhof (Nos. 1a, 3a, 4b, 4c) · Length 8 km · Elevation difference 920 m
Most difficult run
Sauregg run, FIS course (No. 7a) · Length 3 km · Elevation difference 600 m
Eichenhof II run (No. 4b)
Sauregg run, FIS course (No. 7a)
Penzing run (No. 6a)
No snow park/fun park
Additional Offerings Three 3 m kickers, a wave run and a banked run guarantee an exciting run on the new funslope. Fun elements such as the High 5 and a jagged spiral complete the diverse playground.Wednesdays and Fridays are ski tour evenings. The Harschbichl and Angereralm are open on these evenings.
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