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Flumserberg
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Freeride 6 / 10
Overall: *44 / 60
*6 out of 10 categories rated

      7 km of „black“ descent in the „Flumserberg“ skiing region!

      Even though the 46 km of skiable terrain in the categories red and black don’t belong to the most challenging opportunities of what is offered in Switzerland, an expert can surely enjoy a skiing day spent at “Flumserberg”. A part of the 7 km of black slope is located on the 2222 m a.s.l. high “Leist”. The whiz surely takes pleasure in descent Nr. 9 from “Prodkamm” (1939 m) down to the “Arve” lift. And both descents, Nr. 42 and Nr. 50 (of which 6 km run through untouched nature) should compensate even experts a little bit for the missing of a real bump run. Also will probably the intermediate slopes Nr. 20 and Nr. 21 meet the taste of a professional.

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