The Ski Resort
Germany’s first indoor ski area in Neuss offers a mellow slope with a 10 to 15 percent gradient for kids and beginners, while the steeper main slope serves up an incline of 28 percent in the top section for experts and pros. This indoor snow resort offers just about everything that a real mountain can: Skiing, snowboarding, sledding and lots of freestyle action.
Real freshies for pure powder pleasure
Every ski hall visitor will instantly enjoy the sound and feel of it – the crunching of freshly fallen snow beneath your bindings. Luckily, the JEVER FUN SKI HALL Neuss uses an outstanding snowmaking concept which doesn’t need clouds or high altitude for perfect dry powder. The twelve snow cannons integrated into the ceiling of the ski hall provide incredible powder by effectively combining the icy air with local tap water. The perfect conditions on piste are also maintained by separating the air and ground cooling systems. The result is grippy and yet soft snow. The consistently excellent conditions on the slopes have also earned appreciation from the pros: The JEVER FUN SKI HALL Neuss is an official training base of the German Ski Association (DSV) and state training base of the West German Ski Association (wsv). One quad chair lift, two surface lifts and several “magic carpets” carry skiers comfortably up to the top of the North-Rhine Westfalia’s largest fridge – a place lovably known as “the Neuss Glacier”.
And fear not freestylers! There’s also a terrain park to enjoy alongside the main run and beginner slope. It’s equipped with a wide range of features including obstacles, rails and kickers – offering plenty to keep freestyle fans occupied. The setup is also changed on a regular basis to ensure it remains interesting for regulars. It’s also an ideal place for beginners to try freestyle action for the first time. The JEVER FUNpark is open from the end of the Easter holidays through until September.
Snow Safety & Snowmaking
On Mountain Dining
The JEVER FUN SKI HALL Neuss has made a name for itself across Germany as a year-round snowhole. The à la carte-Restaurant “Salzburger Hochalm” in the upper level of the ski hall is a real favourite with regulars and definitely worth a visit. With great passion and attention to detail, an Alpine atmosphere has been created in which guests can enjoy culinary delights in cosy mountain lodge surroundings. The team at the Salzburger Hochalm is dedicated to serving fresh and regional products for guests. You’d be forgiven for thinking you were in the heart of the Alps…
If you’re looking for more of a brief “pit stop” between runs, then the self-service Gasthaus Jausenstadl restaurant is just the ticket.
And if you tire of skiing, trade in your skis for a sled and take to the slopes sitting down on one of several sled runs right next to the groomed ski trails. The magic carpet lift ensures a convenient and relaxing ride back up the hill. Every Sunday evening is dedicated to sledding, with the beginner’s slope hosting sledders from 5.30 PM to 10 PM.
Après-Ski and Nightlife
Infrastructure & Rental
By car: From Düsseldorf take the B1 towards Neuss and keep left to reach the A46/A57 towards Krefeld/Aachen. After around 3 km, the right-hand lane merges onto the A46 towards Heinsberg/Aachen/NE-Holzheim. Exit the A46 at the Neuss-Holzheim exit towards NE-Holzheim/Korschenbroich and then head straight on. Take the second exit at the roundabout and then turn off for the ski hall after around 350 m.