Winter sports enthusiasts and fans of alpine skiing can choose from several different day and multi-day passes in the Oberstdorf-Kleinwalsertal ski region to perfectly match their needs. The ski passes are valid on all 48 cable cars and lifts in Oberstdorf and the Kleinwalsertal Valley for visitors with winter sports equipment (skis, snowboards, etc.) – making it easy to check out new slopes every single day.
Thirteen kilometres of slopes await winter athletes in the Nebelhorn ski area. One of the Allgäu’s highest gondola lifts transports skiers and snowboarders to an altitude of 2,224 metres. At the top, impressive panoramic views of over 400 peaks await from the summit station and the spectacular new Nebelhorn cable car summit restaurant 2224. The Nordwandsteig (north face walkway) is a breathtaking experience. Unlimited fun then awaits all avid skiers and snowboarders on the 7.5-kilometre valley run, the longest valley run in Germany covered entirely in artificial snow. Several different descents are available to freeriders and freestylers.
The Söllereck is the ski region’s family mountain. With conveyors and lifts, a mini park and a monster parcours, söllis Winterwelt offers skiing fun for all the family. the sölliBully and söllis Kugelexpress playgrounds plus the Allgäu Coaster with a virtual reality experience add to the fun even further.
Fellhorn/Kanzelwand: the cross-border skiing fun on the Fellhorn (Germany) and Kanzelwand (Austria) now includes a new three-kilometre-long family run, the spec-tacular Funslope, the cool easypark, the Crystal Ground and night-time skiing by the Kessellift. Winter ath-letes of all abilities are sure to find something to challenge them.