- The vertical drop from summit to base is 850 m. The average difference in altitude between base and summit of Ski Resorts in Austria is 724 m. The highest point of the track is 1,950 m above sea level.
- Season starts on 16 Dec and ends on 8 Apr (113 days). Average season duration in Austria is 114 days.
- Average snow depth during the season (16 Dec to 8 Apr) is 98 cm at summit elevation and 62 cm at base elevation. Snow coverage is usually best during February, offering an average snow depth of 167 cm at summit elevation and 124 cm at the base.
- Ehrwalder Almbahn features 65 sunny days on average per season. The average for all ski Resorts in Austria is 62 sunny days. January is the sunniest month with an average of 19 sunny days.
The Ski Resort
The Ehrwalder Alm is located below the Wetterstein massif and belongs to the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena. The 27.5 km of alpine slopes in the ski area promise enjoyable downhill runs for everyone. On the mostly wide and flat pistes, which are ideal for practicing, families, beginners and newcomers. With 18 kilometres of blue pistes, there is plenty of room for the ski schools' practice area and enough space to improve the technique.
Advanced skiers can romp on the 7.5 kilometres of red slopes and even a black slope is waiting for brave experts in the ski area. The modern snowmaking facilities on the Ehrwald Alm can guarantee snow up to April on almost 22 km of pistes. Comfortable chairlifts or gondola lifts bring winter sports enthusiasts back to up to 1,923 metres after the downhill runs.
Wonder carpets, ski carousels, rope lifts: the practice area of the two Ehrwald ski schools is well equipped so that the kids can start their first attempts on boards. Non-skiers can take the gondola to the practice area of the ski schools and watch the ski dwarfs from the edge of the piste. The smallest children are in the best hands in the ski kindergarten, which is located in the Tirolerhaus, when their parents sway down the slopes.
Adventure seekers should not miss the new Funslope with waves, tunnels and a gigantic snow snail. Freestyle fans will also find their money's worth in the ski area. The professionally built "BretterparkEhrwald" is centrally located. Beginners as well as professionals can practice the latest tricks along the Klämmli slope. Various jumps, rails, boxes - the Bretterpark offers everything a freeskier' s/boarder's heart desires. The best thing about it is that you can easily return to the top with the Klämmli-Lift, which is just as long as the fun park, after every run.
Snow Safety & Snowmaking
Most Difficult Runs
Night tobogganing is a lot of fun every Tuesday and Friday on the floodlit downhill run. Ice-skating is certainly not a boredom either. Those who prefer to walk can experience nature on one of the many winter hiking trails. The indoor swimming pool invites you to swim and relax in the warmth.