Oberstdorf receives the highest rating: ADAC (THE automobile club in Germany) tested the ten most popular ski slopes
The optimal results (100 percent) in the preparation of the slopes was able to achieve the Nebelhorn, the highest ski resort in the Allgäu. For the first time, the ADAC, in collaboration with the German Skiing Association (DSLV security) put ten popular ski resorts under the microscope.
Measures have been reviewed by lift operator in five categories: orientation / information, marking, safety , slope preparation and emergency alert / emergency phone numbers.
Repeated and independent assessment
The runs were tested independently by the ADAC testers and DSLV, several times and then evaluated. Important were: the presence of signs, panoramic panels, instructions were at danger spots such as intersections, barriers and hedges of crash sites are.
Winter opening on the eleventh of December
The first snow has already fallen and the view of the snowy white peaks of the Allgäu mountains, winter sports enthusiasts can now dream of skiing. The ski resort Oberstdorf / Kleinwalsertal starts with a winter opening on Friday 11 December, at 17 clock, with winter village at Oberstdorf house and live band in the winter season. From Saturday 12 December, are then all gondolas and ski lifts and a total of over 120 kilometers of the German-Austrian ski slopes in operation. Dinner is then continued with a varied program of entertainment in the Kleinwalsertal.
On 120 kilometers of slopes to enjoy the sun in the snow
The five ski areas Fellhorn / Kanzelwand, fog horn, Söllereck, Ifen Walmendingerhorn and skiers can access a total of 120 kilometers of the sun on the snow slopes genießen.Im international ski Fellhorn / Kanzelwand they find not only varied itineraries, due to modern snowmaking is also the two skiing during the whole season is not handicapped. In addition, it is mainly the foghorn, the highest ski slope to 2224 m in the Allgäu Alps, until 1 May 2010 skiing and snow fun promises.