Information about the ski area
Ski Oberstdorf Kleinwalsertal
|Highest point:||2,224 m|
|Lowest point:||828 m|
|Altitude ski resort:||1,215 m|
|Lifts in total:||55|
|Pistes in total:||128 km|
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Ski area Ski Oberstdorf Kleinwalsertal
From Mittelberg you have direct access to Walmendingerhorn which waits up with a total of approx. 8 km of diverse piste and about 5 km of ski routes. In the valley area you will mostly find easy pistes suitable for beginners. More experienced skiers can take the Walmendingerhorn lift up to the mountain. Here you will find a breathtaking view from the observation tower. You can also show your skills on approx. 7 km of red pistes and approx. 5 km of signposted ski routes.
On the Nebelhorn, you can reach 2,224 m with the highest cable car in the Allgäu. Under good weather conditions, you can enjoy a fantastic, wide view from the peak station of the 400 peaks between the Zugspitze and Swiss Säntis. Additionally, you can ski Germany's longest valley run from Nebelhorn down to Oberstdorf. The area on Söllereck, with primarily easy to intermediate pistes, is ideal for families. The Walmendinger Horn offers lovely and diverse runs for different skill levels. Those looking for more fun on the pistes into the late hours will get their kick on one of the many floodlight pistes in the ski area, some of which invite to stay even longer with their snow or ice bars. A special attraction is the dual-country ski connection Fellhorn/Kanzelwand: here it is possible to ski from the Austrian Kleinwalsertal to the German Fellhorn ski area!
In all main stations of the Fellhorn and Kanzelwand lifts, as well as in all the "Das-Höchste" restaurants, you have free-of-charge access to Wi-Fi hotspots.