Jungholz skiing area - Tannheimer Tal

The Jungholz skiing area in the Tannheimer Valley with its N’Ice Bear Kinderland is only reachable from Bavaria.

The small but excellent skiing area is located on the Sorgschrofen, a 1,635 m high mountain in the Allgäu Alps, which connects Jungholz with the rest of Tyrol. It is located on Austrian territory, but the village as well as the skiing area are only reachable from Bavaria. On Dec 12, 1948, the first ski lift of the Tannheimer Valley was opened in Jungholz. Quite a bit has happened since then…

Especially families will feel at ease! Here you find 10 km of easy and moderate slopes and two child resistant chairlifts. Several areas are dedicated to children, such as the N’Ice Bear Kinderland with archway-run, funny figures, fairy tale igloos to warm up, a huge tunnel slide and much more. A lot of fun! In the Snow Learnland, a practising area, however, the little guests can exercise skiing.

Experienced skiers and snowboarders like the race track “Snow Raceland” with inbuilt timekeeping and the boardercross track. But also the relaxing aspect doesn’t go short: in a screened area called Sun Islands you can enjoy the gorgeous landscape and pure relaxation in beach chairs. The Schrofen-Hütte and the Bischlag Stadl ski huts, however, provide sustenance and a bit of Après Ski. Jungholz, together with the other four skiing areas of the Tannheimer Valley, is combined in the “Ski Tannheimer Tal”, accessible all with one ski pass only.

Season 2018/2019: December 1, 2018 - March 31, 2019 *
Opening hours: 9 am - 4 pm
Altitude: 1,054 - 1,523 m a.s.l.
Km of ski slopes: 10 km
(7 km easy - 3 km medium - 0 km difficult)
Lift facilities: 7
Further information: phone: +43 5676 81450, info@jungholz.de

* Dates may vary according to weather and snow conditions!

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