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Almenwelt Lofer
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Just about a 20 minute drive away of Bad Reichenhall, and thus conveniently situated for German day-trippers, one of Austria’s most family-friendly ski resorts calls...

73/100 Score

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(Number of reviews: 5)

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Overall: 73 / 100
  • Guaranteed to have great snow
  • Great value for money
  • Lots of easy terrain
  • Modern Lifts
  • Designated areas for children
  • Limited terrain for advanced skiers
  • Après-Ski could be better
  • Limited variety of slopes

The Ultimate Family Ski Resort

Just about a 20 minute drive away of Bad Reichenhall, and thus conveniently situated for German day-trippers, one of Austria’s most family-friendly ski resorts calls itself at home. With 46 km of skiable runs, Almenwelt Lofer is rather one of the small but mighty ski areas in the Austrian Alps, however it delights with various customized offers especially for families and beginners and it sweeps the board of the awards. Several kids zones directly located next to the gondola lift mountain station, a sheltered magic carpet as well as local ski schools facilitate a worry-free, comfortable stay. The numerous long, wide blue runs are perfect for beginner skiers and are groomed with artificial snow for guaranteed uninterrupted winter fun.

The possibilities for expert and intermediate skiers as well as addicts of freestyle are comparatively slight. Unfortunately, provided black runs for adrenaline junkies are just few in number, and the two small terrain parks do not provide too much variety as well. Freeriders are well served with the black run no. 12 as well as perfect powder covered slopes. However, the ski resort scores with well-dispersed mountain huts and restaurants with sun decks and breathtaking panoramic views of the Alps.



User Reviews

Emmaline (Age: 51-60)
Skill: Advanced • in Feb 2020
Travelled as: Family
Very nice cosy and manageable family ski beer
A ski beer with the joy of skiing for young and old. Cosy refreshment facilities spread over the entire ski area and also accessible for beginners and children. The two child-resistant chairlifts t... Read complete review
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Michael Wallner (Age: 36-40)
Skill: Pro • in Mar 2018
Travelled as: Family
Beautiful ski Resort for families
In advance, a compliment. Grooming was on the Verg. Weekend at the 24.3.2018 perfect. I seldom skied in this season so well. The small, manageable ski area is always prepared with a lot of love.
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Stefan (Age: 51-60)
Skill: Advanced • in Mar 2018
Travelled as: Alone
Great ski Resort for beginners and everyone who wants to have a quiet, gentle skiing day.
Families can recommend the ski resort. It's pretty hidden. This is a quiet and relaxed place. More for intermediate riders.
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Frank (Age: 26-30)
Skill: Pro • in Jan 2018
Travelled as: Group
Wonderful Family Ski Resort
Great slopes, cosy huts, super facilities!
Andrea Berger
Andrea Berger (Age: 26-30)
Skill: Pro • in Dec 2005
Travelled as: n.V.
The best family ski resort far and wide
The mountain pastures Lofer is not one of the largest ski areas in the Alps. In the vicinity there are a number of large ski arenas that offer much more piste kilometres. However, none of these ski... Read complete review
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