Ski Resort Hochficht in the Bohemian Forest: Position on map

Hochficht Ski Resort

Klaffer am Hochficht, Schwarzenberg am Böhmerwald

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Hochficht Bergbahnen

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  • Accommodation as booked
  • Board as booked
  • 2 days, 4 days or 6 days lift pass Hochficht (value of lift pass up to €195) Exceptions see booking process
  • Wi-Fi
  • Children's bed (on request)
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The major investments of the last few years should be especially pointed out. The small ski resort Hochficht has become one of the best ski resorts of the region. The Hochficht obtains pretty good...
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Mountain Stats

Elevation3051 ft - 4390 ft
Opening DayDec 4, 2021
Closing DayMar 27, 2022
Capacity 14700 Persons/Hr.

Lift Ticket Prices

1 day adult €43
1 day youth €34.50
1 day child €21.50
All rates & fees

Lifts

2
3
1
2
Total 8
Hours8:30 AM - 4:00 PM

Skiable Terrain

Easy
Moderate
Advanced
Ungroomed
Overall Slope Length 12.4 miles
Number of Slopes 13

Coronavirus / Covid-19 Measures

Current protective measures and security advice at Hochficht:
  • Masks mandatory in cable cars and ski buses
  • Visitor management in waiting areas (keep your distance)
  • Lift tickets available online
  • Masks mandatory at restaurants, ski rental and shops
  • Daily disinfection measures
  • Masks mandatory in waiting areas
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The Ski Resort

The family ski area Hochficht is located in the beautiful Bohemian Forest in Upper Austria. It is only 60 kilometres from Passau in Bavaria and 75 kilometres from Linz in Austria. As the ski area is easy to reach without taking any toll roads, it is a popular destination for a day trip to the mountains. Hochficht offers 20 kilometres of runs, most of which are marked blue or red.

The resort is therefore a great place for beginners to hone their skills thanks to the gentle gradients of most slopes. Although the Rehberg run no. 6 is specially designed for inexperienced skiers, the other blue-marked trails are also relatively straightforward for beginners who are not skiing for the first time – the Stierwiese (no. 2) and Hochwaldabfahrt (no. 4) runs stand out in this respect. Kids have to look no further than Fichtl Kids Park. The park is a stone’s throw from the car park and offers a ski carousel and a magic carpet lift to keep the little ones happy! The Kinderskiroute through the forest from the Hochwaldabfahrt to the Rehbergabfahrt is particularly popular with youngsters looking for adventure. Whether on their own or accompanied by an adult – there are certainly a few surprises in store along this trail.

Hochficht is also a great day out for advanced skiers. There are 10 kilometres of red-marked trails to enjoy and beautiful views over the Bavarian and Bohemian Forest come as standard. We highly recommend the Zwieselbergabfahrten (no. 7, 7a) and Standard-Abfahrt (no. 1), which are certified FIS runs, if you are looking for more of a challenge. There is even a boardercross course on the Standard trail for anyone looking for some white-knuckle action, as well as a terrain park to keep freestyle fans happy. There are also two off-piste ski routes on Hochficht mountain – the Krumauer-Skiroute and Zwieselberg-Skiroute. Every Wednesday and Friday evening, the Wenzelwiesenabfahrt plays host to floodlit skiing between 5 PM and 8:30 PM.

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Snow Safety & Snowmaking

Snowmaking Share
100%
Snow Making Machines: 130
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On Mountain Dining

© TouriSpo / A. Poschinger

If you spend all day on the slopes, you will no doubt work up a healthy appetite sooner or later. Luckily, Hochficht offers everything from hearty mountain fare to afternoon tea. The newest restaurant at the resort is located in the newly built Skiarena and it offers delicious food in modern surroundings. In contrast, the Gasthaus zum Überleben has more of a rustic charm, serving authentic Austrian delights as well as coffee and cake. The highest restaurant in the ski area is the Zwieseltreff on Zwieselsberg mountain, some 1150 metres above sea level.

Must-Ski Runs

Advanced skiers visiting Hochficht should make a point of trying the FIS runs. These include the Standard-Abfahrt (no. 1) down to the valley station of the Hochfichtbahn and the Zwieselsbergabfahrt (no. 7, 7a), which is also the steepest run in the entire ski area.

Nightskiing

Nightskiing possible
Lighted runs: 0.62 miles

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Activities

If you fancy a change of pace, the sled run is great fun for all the family. The Bohemian Forest provides the perfect landscape for enjoying walks through the snowy backcountry, too. Moreover, the region is known for its extensive network of cross-country skiing routes and is a real mecca for fans of this type of skiing.

Après-Ski and Nightlife

And if you fancy a few drinks to round out the day, the valley station of the Schwarzbergbahn is undoubtedly the place to be, as the party continues long after the mountain closes at the “Einkehr Schwarzenberg”. If you’d prefer a spot of après-ski action on the mountain, then hit the umbrella bar at the Gasthaus zum Überleben.

Bars and Pubs: 2

Dining and Restaurants

Restaurants: 2

Infrastructure & Rental

Skischools

Skischools: 1
Snowboardschools: 1
Cross Country Lessons
Carving Lessons
Freestyle Lessons

Ski Rental

Ski Depot
Sports Store
Ski Rental
Snowboard Rental
Cross Country Ski Rental

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Getting here

The ski area is very well signposted from the surrounding towns and is therefore easy to find. From Germany, Hochficht is best reached via Passau. From there, you can either head towards Waldkirchen (B12) or Hauzenberg (B 388) then on to Schwarzenberg or Klaffer – the ski area is within easy reach of both of these towns. From the Linz direction, you can head to Hochficht on the Rohrbacher Bundesstraße (B 127) and then via Rohrbach, Aigen and Ulrichsberg.

Contact

Hochficht Bergbahnen GmbH
Hauptstraße 2
4160
Aigen-Schlägl
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