Skiing and snowboarding in the Bregenzerwald

The Bregenzerwald ski areas are known for having ski runs for all sorts of tastes and abilities. Whether you are a beginner or have more experience skiing or snowboarding, there are slopes to suit you. The ski lifts that take you up the mountains are also very modern and comfortable. After an exciting descent, you can take a break and strengthen yourself in the cozy mountain inns. And best of all, you can enjoy truly breathtaking views from the peaks.

Damüls-Mellau-Faschina ski area

Ideal for our guests of the apartments in Damüls – the Damüls-Mellau-Faschina ski area! In the Walser village of Damüls, which is higher up, skiers can hit the slopes directly from their front door. Mellau is located in the center of the valley, and the Mellaubahn allows easy access to the ski area. The ski area offers a successful combination of plenty of snow, sunny southern slopes, excellent slope conditions on the northern slopes until spring and impressive views.

Here you get an overview:

Zwei Skifahrer auf Skipiste im Snowpark Damüls
Kinder und Skilehrerin auf Piste am Bödele

Skiing at the Bödele

During the winter months, both locals and visitors appreciate the ski area for its reliable snow conditions and the ten lifts that offer runs for different levels of difficulty. As early as 1987, the “Bödele” served as the venue for women’s Ski World Cup races. From here, an impressive panoramic view opens up over the Bregenzerwald, the Rhine Valley and all the way to Lake Constance. Cozy ski huts, traditional inns and hotels are available for refreshment. The “Bödele” is best known for its children’s ski courses. In the Schwarzenberg ski school, young skiers receive rapid progress in four individual lessons with the support of the “magic wand” in order to improve their skiing skills. The Bödele ski school also offers children the opportunity to start skiing stress-free with two private lessons each.

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Ski area Diedamskopf Au-Schoppernau

This ski area is a real insider tip for slope fans, as it is primarily characterized by its natural snow slopes. The breathtaking panorama at the Diedamskopf inspires skiers of all levels of experience. Interestingly, this mountain is home to the highest mountain station (2060 m) in the entire Bregenzerwald. If you decide to do so, you can not only rush down from the summit region on skis, but also go on a pleasant winter hike from the mountain station. In addition to the first-class slopes, it is also known for its cozy huts, where you can warm up and strengthen yourself after an active day on the slopes.

Here you get an overview:

Zwei Skifahrer mit Blick Richtung Panoramabahn Diedamskopf im Bregenzerwald