The Ski Resort
The Sonnenbichl in Bad Wiessee am Tegernsee is an ideal training ground, especially for young snow sports enthusiasts. Two ski lifts carry the winter sports enthusiasts up the 580 metre long slope, which is divided into four slalom tracks and two giant slalom tracks. Thanks to a snow-making and escape light system, good racing conditions prevail throughout the winter and into the evening hours. In addition, three different starting platforms, pole rooms for storage and a heated changing room for the athletes are offered free of charge.
Public skiing is not offered here. Only training groups can use the slope after reservation!
The lifts are operated by the "Schneesport im Tegernsee Tal" association, which was founded by the ski clubs in the valley. The Sonnenbichl Skihütt´n invites you to take a break after a workout or for a snack in between. It also offers the ideal location for the victory celebration after a race.
- The vertical drop from summit to base is 623 ft. The average difference in altitude between base and summit of Ski Resorts in Germany is 705 ft. The highest point of the track is 3346 ft above sea level.
Snow Safety & Snowmaking
Coming from Munich, you can reach Bad Wiessee via the A8 towards Salzburg. Leave the motorway at the exit Holzkirchen. Then follow the B 318 to Gmund am Tegernsee and follow the signs to Bad Wiessee and Sonnenbichl.