Information about the ski area
|Highest point:||2,050 m|
|Lowest point:||690 m|
|Altitude ski resort:||1,430 m|
|Lifts in total:||25|
|Pistes in total:||75 km|
|Ski routes:||18 km|
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Ski area Damüls-Mellau
In the Alpine section of Bregenzerwald lies the Damüls-Mellau ski area, of which, through the Mittagsspitze (2,095 m) is separated. On one side, the former World Cup location of Mellau is found, and on the other side, the tranquil Walser mountain village of Damüls. The ski areas are connected to each other through a list system. With approx. 93 km of piste- connected by 25 lift systems- you can experience a ski area that is designed not just for leisure skiing, but also for sporty challenges (e.g. on the Hasenhühel chair lift).
The new child-safe, 8-seater chair lift is constructed with a covering hood and seat warmers. Additionally, in the 14/15 winter season, Damüls received, along with the Sunnegg lift, a modern 6-person chair lift with child-safety and heated seats. Moreover, in the 2015/2016 winter season, a new lift in Mellau replaced the previous chair lift. The new Mellau lift transports you over a distance of approx. 2 km to the ski area in a panorama 10-person gondola.
On the northern slopes of the Sunnegg lifts, as well as on Sutti's steep slopes, you'll find the snow quite crunchy. Show what you've got, and afterwards, enjoy some wide pistes- or take a chance and ride down the longest run available, with 8 km length, into the valley of Mellau.
Snowboarders have an immense selection of wide runs to choose from, and freeriders can find many ideal terrains with intact, potential powder snow slopes. For the freestyle-group, the Burton Snowpark is available to check out- a real playground.