After Ischgl (210 km of pistes) Kappl is, together with Galtür (also 40 km of pistes), the second largest ski area in the Paznaun valley. Due to the fact that 60 % of the slopes in “Kappl” are categorized intermediate level slopes (red), even athletic skiers will get their money’s worth for a day. Above all, the pistes from the highest point of the skiing area - the mountain station of the Alblittkopfbahn at 2700 m above sea level - also challenge good skiers. A highlight is also the 8 km long Lattenabfahrt from the Alblittkopf (2720 m) over the exclusively red slopes No. 9 and 4 down to Kappl.
Black FIS race course
But also very good skiers will find some interesting slopes on the slopes below the 2720 m high Alblittköpfe. First and foremost the black FIS race course, which can be reached either via the Mardinalift or the two-seater chairlift Gongall. Also the black slopes 8, 7a, 9a and 3 (pay attention to the slope plan) could be interesting for good skiers. Unfortunately, there is no permanent training track or permanent mogul slope.