Coronavirus / Covid-19 Measures
- Masks mandatory in all lifts and ski buses
- Visitor management in waiting areas (keep your distance)
- Lift tickets available online
- Masks mandatory at restaurants, ski rental and shops
- No Après Ski
- Daily disinfection measures
The Ski Resort
The beauty of the unique natural landscape between Bayrischzell and Oberaudorf was established 110 years ago, when the first skiers ventured there.Today, Germany’s largest connected ski area, which boasts chairlifts, drag lifts, state of the art snow machines, top pro ski schools, a snowboarder fun park and a ski kindergarten, is a modern, sporty, informal ski resort which has retained much of its original natural charm.
The large ski centre offers runs at all levels, from beginners to pros. Cosy rustic alpine and mountain guesthouses, perched conveniently on the slopes, all invite hungry and thirsty skiers to indulge in a little refreshment. A family super ski pass can be purchased on Sundays, and the resort holds a ladies day.
Skaters and cross-country skiers can enjoy 64 km of trails in the Bayrischzell-DSV Nordic Active Centre cross-country ski centre. A winter jamboree with snowtubing on the Tannerfeld in Bayrischzell, and floodlit night tubing provide additional entertainment. The Sport Alp in Bayrischzell is your central information point, and provides an all-round service for winter sports enthusiasts.
An info-point, a rental and test centre, a bistro with après-ski, showers and a shop are just some of the facilities.The Sudelfeld ski paradise belongs to the Alpen Plus ski pass association. Multi-day tickets are valid on all 75 mountain railways and lifts in the surrounding ski areas of Brauneck, Wallberg, Spitzingsee, Sudelfeld and Zahmer Kaiser/Tyrol.
- Offering 19 miles of slopes and terrain, Sudelfeld is among the 10 largest Ski Resorts in Germany.
- Sudelfeld is among the 3 best rated Ski Resorts in Germany.
- It is among the 15 most family-friendly ski Resorts in Germany.
- The vertical drop from summit to base is 2503 ft. The average difference in altitude between base and summit of Ski Resorts in Germany is 696 ft. Most runs are therefore relatively long. The highest point of the track is 5128 ft above sea level.
- Snow coverage is usually best during March, offering an average snow depth of 59 " at summit elevation and 8 " at the base.