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Highest point: 1,860 m
Lowest point: 640 m
Altitude ski resort: 670 m
Lifts in total: 53
Tow lifts: 30
Chair lifts: 18
Gondola lift: 5
Pistes in total: 110 km
46 km
56 km
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Ski routes: 5 km

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St. Johann in Tyrol

31 Number of reviews:

93 % Recommendation rate:

Resort 9.1
Ski area 7.7

Ski area Schneewinkel

The "Schneewinkel" lift pass allows you access to a total of around 110 kilometres of piste and 53 lifts: besides St. Johann in Tyrol, Erpfendorf/ Lärchenhof, Pillersee - Buchensteinwand and the ski lifts in Kirchdorf, you can also ski on Waidring-Steinplatte, as well as the Winklmoosalm nearby Reit im Winkl on the German side which also belongs to the interconnected ski area.

St. Johann is located between the famous Kitzbüheler Horn - here lovingly called "St. Johann's Horn" - and the Wilder Kaiser. Due to its good northern location, the pistes are also very snow-secure in spring. The 43 kilometres of piste in St. Johann (incl. Eichendorf and Oberndorf) stretch from 659 m - 1,604 m in altitude and can be easily reached with 20 lifts. A modern lift brings you quickly to the Harschbichl peak in two steps. Every Wednesday you can sweep down the slopes under a starlit ski when night skiing is open.

Families and beginners will definitely get their money's worth here, due to the primarily easy to intermediate pistes. The ski area does offer quite a bit for experienced skiers, though, e.g. the black, 3.5 km long FIS Sauregg run from Penzing to Oberndorf or the challenging free ride area at Stanglalm and Kröpfalm!

Snowboarders will love the "Woodside" snow park with quarter pipe, as well as a half-pipe at the Eichenhof lifts. Enthusiasts shouldn't miss the Woodside Opening!

Those, looking for some more diversity can upgrade the lift pass to the "Kitzbüheler Alpen AllStarCard" (see Ski Region). This is also valid in the ski areas Wilder Kaiser - Brixental, Schneewinkel and Ski Juwel (Alpbachtal - Wildschönau). You can access 25 ski regions in Tyrol and Salzburg, with 2,794 km of pistes, accessible via 916 lifts. Unlimited skiing fun!
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Expert rating report Schneewinkel

The rating report Schneewinkel comprises the main groups "Top rating categories", "Categories for special interests" and "Further rating categories" which all influence the overall result with their own count.

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(3.9 out of 5 stars)

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: Ski area St. Johann in Tyrol