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Hochkar - Göstling
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      Hochkar provides nearly 10 kilometers of slopes of intermediate difficulty.

      Although the ski resort Hochkar with its 18 slopes can not be associated with the large skiing-areas of the European alps, the 9.9 kilometers of intermediate terrain however are sufficient to fit the demands of most advanced skiers. Especially the pretty challenging descent number 9 leading down from “Leckerplan” mountain and slope number 6, which is the longest run in the ski resort are quite challenging to most advanced skiers. Moreover all the difficult slopes (marked black) can be mastered by intermediate skiers without problems. Attention should be paid to slope number 8 which leads from the “Vorgipfel” 1770 m above sea level down to the base station. The ski resort Hochkar features six chair lifts. Consequently all slopes can be accessed very comfortably. Recapitulating we can recommend the skiing-area at the Hochkar to all advanced skiers who don´t mind that the ski resort only provides 20 kilometers of groomed slopes.

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      David Salzmann
      Skill: n.V. • in Dec 2015
      Travelled as: n.V.
      Many red pistes, wide pistes where you can still run the ski with lots of people, if you think of a black piste and you decide before the downhill you can turn off at any time to a red or blue piste!! nbsp;
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