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Hasliberg

91 Number of reviews:

97 % Recommendation rate:

Resort 9.0
Ski area 8.6

Information about the ski area

Meiringen-Hasliberg

Highest point: 2,433 m
Lowest point: 1,055 m
Altitude ski resort: 1,082 m
Lifts in total: 15
Tow lifts: 6
Chair lifts: 4
Gondola lift: 5
Pistes in total: 60 km
Pistes:
20 km
Pistes:
34 km
Pistes:
6 km

Ski area Meiringen-Hasliberg

With the "Meiringen-Hasliberg" lift pass you have access to an excellent ski area, stretching from 1,055 - 2,433 m. The 60 kilometres of piste are connected by 15 lifts and lined by numerous cosy lodges and mountain restaurants.

You are able to quickly reach the ski area from Hasliberg, either from Wasserwendi to Käserstatt or from Reuti over Bidmi to Mägisalp and Käserstatt! On primarily intermediate pistes, skiers can devote themselves to pure ski enjoyment. Pistes in the upper part of the ski area are especially steep, including the most difficult valley run "North Pole" (1.5 km). The former world cup run from Planplatten awaits with an altitude difference of 540 m! The longest run also has the longest name: at 10 km long, the panorama run Glogghüs-Hohsträss-Käserstatt-Balisalp-Hohfluh offers first-rate ski enjoyment.

The Mägisalp with its excellent deep-snow areas and snow park is waiting to be explored! Freeriders will find great conditions at Gummenalp, Hochsträs or Hohbühl/Balisalp. The children's paradise Skihäsliland, with great play area including an igloo village, awaits little winter sports fans.

Guests not wanting to leave the piste at sun-down can continue skiing on the floodlit Mägisalp-Reuti piste.

Switzerland offers several ski areas with illuminated pistes for night skiing, such as e.g. nearby Hasliberg. From the middle of January until the middle of March, night skiing is possible at the Mägisalp-Reuti piste every Friday until 22:00. In order to access the approx. 4.5 km night ski piste, the mountain railway in Meiringen goes up to the Hasliberg Reuti mountain station on 19:00, 20:00 and 21:00. After night skiing, the mountain restaurant at Mägisalp is open for you to end the day. The last gondola to the valley leaves from Mägisalp at 23:00. Everyone with a lift pass that's valid for several days can use the night skiing offers for free. Without a lift pass, you can still buy a night ticket for night skiing in resort.
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Expert rating report Meiringen-Hasliberg

The rating report Meiringen-Hasliberg 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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(3.8 out of 5 stars)

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Lifts & cable cars
Reliability for snow

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Families & children
Beginners
Experts & freeriders
Snow parks
Cross-country facilities & trails

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Après ski
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Mountain restaurants, huts & gastronomy
Getting there & parking facilities

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