Diedamskopf in Bregenzerwald is not a well-known ski area; however, it offers many different skiing possibilities so it is no surprise that, year after year, it is becoming a more popular place for ski holidays. Great for everyone, from kids to snowboarders alike, this is one ski resort to try out soon before it becomes too overcrowded. Out of the 40km of slopes, the blue and red slopes are predominant making this ski area perfect for beginners. The ski slopes generally run in long curves from the peak to the middle station or right down to the 4-seater ski lift.
There are many activities for children to choose from here including the new Didi’s Kids’ Adventure Land on the top floor of the mountain station. Kids are supervised and can spend the whole day or just a few hours playing here so parents can go off and discover this wonderful ski area! "Diedamspark" is the largest snow park in the region and has challenges to offer even the most experienced snowboarders. The runs in the hollow on the Krüzlelift are not to be missed but the terrain is fairly steep so it is imperative to always obey the avalanche warning levels here!
|Families & Children|
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|Blue slopes13 km||Drag lifts4||Start of the season15 December|
|Red slopes18 km||Chair lifts2||End of the season7 April|
|Black slopes9 km||Gondola lifts2||Glacier|
|Off-piste0 km||Train0||Min. altitude850 m|
|Total40 km||Capacity11912 Pers./Hour||Max. altitude2060 m|
Off-piste & freestyle in Diedamskopf
|Snow parks 1||Tables|
Ski pass prices (low season)
|Low season 6-day ski pass||Children||Adults||Free up to|
|3-Täler-Superpass||EUR 105.00||EUR 199.00||5 Years old|
Ski pass prices (high season)
|High season 6-day ski pass||Children||Adults||Free up to|
|3-Täler-Superpass||EUR 105.00||EUR 210.00||5 Years old|
The information applies for the ski area of Diedamskopf. During the ski season information is updated daily.
|Km of slopes open||0|
|Toboggan run open||open|
|20 Mar||4 tobogganing tracks in the Skicircus|
|15 Mar||Skiing and the environment: The impact of a ski holiday|
|14 Mar||Skiing technique: How to control your speed|