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The cross-border ski resort and Germany’s largest ski area not only offers a wide array of pistes but also valley runs that can be used all season thanks to stateof-the-art snowmaking equipment.

With a huge range of winter sport activities, there’s something for everyone: skiers and snowboarders can enjoy 130 kilometres of pistes in six different ski resorts, including Fellhorn/ Kanzelwand, Germany’s largest cross-border ski resort. Even more fun awaits you on the Nebelhorn with Germany’s longest valley run, measuring an impressive 7.5 kilometres. Families feel particularly at home in Söllereck, a family-friendly ski resort with a ski carousel and children’s practice area. The ski resorts around Oberstdorf are open from mid-December to the end of April. Modern lifts swiftly transport you to the summits, so you can spend as long as possible on the optimally groomed pistes, where snow is guaranteed.

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 pistes every single day.

Oberstdorf-Kleinwalsertal ski resort
Cross-border skiing for people of all ages!

Ski pass rates Ski Oberstdorf-Kleinwalsertal 2017/2018

PS (Pre-season): until 22 / 12 / 2017
LS (Late season): from 07 / 04 / 2018
PK (Peak season): 23 / 12 / 2017 to 05 / 01 / 2018
27 / 01 / 2018 to 09 / 03 / 2018
DR (Dream skiing): 06 / 01 / 2018 to 26 / 01 / 2018
SU (Sunshine skiing): 10 / 03 / 2018 to 06 / 04 / 2018

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Oberstdorf-Kleinwalsertal Valley ski resort

When winter comes around, the Oberstdorf-Kleinwalsertal Valley cable cars offer skiers and snowboarders a huge range of choices on some 130 kilometres of pistes. Just a stone’s throw from the villages of Oberstdorf, Riezlern, Hirschegg and Mittelberg, the six ski areas Nebelhorn,
Fellhorn / Kanzelwand, Söllereck, Walmendingerhorn, Ifen and Heuberg-Arena await snow-hungry visitors, all accessible with a single ski pass.

Skifahren

Nebelhorn

Thirteen kilometres of pistes 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.

Sonnenskifahren am Fellhorn

Fellhorn / Kanzelwand

Welcome to the modern cross-border ski region Fellhorn / Kanzelwand where fun on skis quite literally knows no bounds – and even extends across two different countries with plenty of comfort and convenience.

Skifahren lernen am Söllereck

Söllereck

Here in the Allgäu, there’s a name for family friendliness: Söllereck.

Ifen

Ifen

Formerly a well-kept secret, this charming area now impresses with numerous new facilities and is gradually developing into a premium ski area for the whole family.

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Walmendingerhorn

The ski area on the Walmendingerhorn in the Kleinwalsertal Valley primarily welcomes carvers and boarders who love well-groomed descents and quieter settings when stopping for a break or a little après-ski.

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Heuberg

In the heart of the Kleinwalsertal Valley, avid skiers and their families will find a winter sports paradise with guaranteed snow at over 1,000 metres above sea level.

Ski Oberstdorf/ Kleinwalsertal

Special Offer
Enter your desired period and find your perfect accommodation including ski pass at special prices!

Bookable from 3 nights in the offer periods
“Advent Ski-Weeks“, “Dream Ski-Weeks“ & “Sun Ski-Weeks“

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