Want to have fun skiing and improve your skiing skills at the same time while you enjoy yourself? Then you have come to the right place in the Dachstein West ski region: skiing is guaranteed to be exciting on our fun pistes and funparks!
BUT NOTE: the ‘Wilde Hilde’, ‘Rock’n Roll’ and ‘Donnergroll’ are not just for technically gifted skiers – there are plenty of challenges for beginners too!
The Marcel Hirscher race track with time recording, speed measurement trails, snowcross sites with a starting gate, challenging moguls, gentle wave runs and much more are bound to impress skiing fans!
Ötscher Kids Cross
This snow-cross trail alongside the Ötscher lift is always great fun! Head down the valley, tackling challenging waves and jumps..
Ötscher race track
The kids’ park by the Ötscher lift in Gosau includes a permanent race track with time recording on the left-hand side! The finishing slope is somewhat faster, so perfect for wannabe ski racers ;)).
The area around the Törleckbahn lift is home to the unprepared Donnergroll piste. Here the terrain is fairly rocky! Knee pads needed!
The area around the Törleckbahn lift contains the Schwarzreiter mogul slope which runs towards Annaberg and presents a real challenge in terms of its lengths and the high moguls
The Rookie Park by the Horn baby lift in the Hornbahn valley station area is not just suitable for boarders and freestylers! This is also the ideal terrain for little skiers and slightly more advanced skiers to practise their ski skills with a bear schuss, steep bear curves, bear slalom and fun kickers and boxes.
Höhbühel mogul park
Experienced skiing fans can enjoy lots of fun at the Höhbühel mogul park with the Dachfirst practice moguls, Bockleitn steep slope, rocky mogul slope or Rock’n Roll ski route where you can put your energy to the test on the challenging trails!
Snowpark Dachstein West
The Snowpark Dachstein West (below the Edtalmbahn) offers freestylers the adrenaline rush they need! The sunny location, optimal lift connections, challenging obstacles, kickers, jumps, rails and daily maintenance using professional shapers guarantee all manner of jibbing fun. See more on the Website: Snowpark Dachstein West!
Below the 6-seater Edtalm chair lift, the fast ‘Wilde Hilde’ offers a chance to put your courage to the test! With a gradient of 67%, the Hilde slots into the list of the most spectacular descents with ease and is in no way inferior to the famous sisters, the ‘Harakiri’ in Mayrhofen in the Zillertal valley and the Kitzbüheler Mausefalle!
Marcel Hirscher race track
You can test your giant slalom skills on the permanent race track and measure your speed – all for free, of course!
Jagaschuss Speed Check
The area around the Kopfbergbahn lift is home to a speed measuring track where fast skiers can attempt a schuss. The record for the track as far as we are aware is 88 km/h – let’s see what your record is!
Youngsters freestyle park
The youngsters freestyle park in Astauwinkel offers beginners and experienced freestylers plenty of opportunities to practise with its varied jumps, rails and hills.
Close to the Rottenhofhütte, you can experience the sensation of being on a wild horse – but hopefully you won’t be thrown off the Rodeo piste!
Training trail Freier Fall
This training trail at the Rottenhofhütte is not for the faint-hearted – or as one guest put it: “The Freie Fall is the piste which no one remotely normal would try…!” So we’re waiting for the abnormal guests!
The new snowcross trail in Annaberg offers the optimal test and training conditions and even provides ambitious snow-crossers with a starting gate. The descent is marked with flags and poles and presents plenty of challenging diversity for racing skiers and experienced skiers.