The Ehrwalder Almbahn ski resort with its Family Park is one of the skiing areas of the Tyrolean Zugspitz Arena.
The Ehrwalder Almbahn cable car starts in Ehrwald at 1,112 m a.s.l. and takes you up to 1,923 m a.s.l. At the mountain station, there's the "Tiroler Haus" ski hut which invites to an early stop. Other six lift facilities are available - one of them is the "Ganghofer Blitz", a 6-seater chairlift which some years ago made the expansion of the ski resort possible.
The manageable skiing area with its 27.5 km of slopes is popular with skiers and snowboarders alike: the Fun Slope and the difficult panorama downhill run from Mt. Issentalkopf offer action and adrenaline. The Betterpark along the Klämmli Slope, however, is the paradise for boarders and freestylers. For families, the Family Park Ehrwalder Alm with a starter set-up with waves, small jumps and easy rails as well as the Snow Castle Ehrwald, an adventure playground with ice cave, crawling tube and snowball wall were realised.
The Ehrwalder Alm is part of the ski region Tyrolean Zugspitz Arena which includes seven ski resorts. This allows you the use of 142 km of slopes around Mt. Zugspitze, a glacier skiing area and highest peak of Germany. The Top Snow Card (213 km of slopes between North Tyrol and Garmisch-Partenkirchen in Bavaria), the Snow Card Tyrol (more than 90 skiing areas in Tyrol) and the Tyrol Regio Card (reductions for leisure time facilities in Tyrol) are valid in this skiing area.
- Opening hours: 8 am - 4.30 pm
- Altitude: 1,112 - 1,923 m a.s.l.
- Ski slopes: 27.5 km (18 km easy / 7.5 km medium / 2 km difficult)
- Snowmaking: 85% of the slopes
- Lift facilities: 7 lifts
- Toboggan runs: 1 run (3.2 km)
- Cross-country ski tracks: 110 km of track network in the Zugspitz Arena
- Further information: phone: +43 5673 2468, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dates may vary according to weather and snow conditions or additional health measures!