Feuerberglifte-Germany


Feuerberglifte: Fun with snow and family.


 

Overview The German region of Sandberg is quite famous for its picturesque mountains and magnificent slopes. Visitors flock here each year to experience one of the most popular and important powder destinations in this area – the Feuerberglifte Ski Resort.

Lifts and Runs

 


The lifts in the Feuerberglifte Ski Resort area can be listed as below:

  • Sesselbahn: This is a chairlift which can be accessed from the Valley Station and measures 1015 meters (or 3330 feet) in length. The elevation that it is able to cover measure – 267 meters (or 876 feet approximately). This lift has the capacity to transport as many as 550 passengers on an hourly basis and its top speed is 2.2 meters per second.
  • Wurzelbrunnenlift: This the Root fence lift and is a kind of Towing lift. It can be accessed from the valley station. Furthermore, this lift measures 1002 meters (or 3287.5 feet) in length and the elevation difference that it is able to cover is 250 meters (or 820.2 feet). This lift has the capacity to carry 1200 passengers on an hourly basis.
  • Kreuzhanglift: This is the Crosshang lift and is a kind of Towing lift. Furthermore, it can be accessed from the Mitte Feuerberg. It measures 508 meter (or 1666.6 feet) in length and the elevation difference thus arising is 111 meters (or 364.1 feet). This lift is capable of transporting 1200 passengers on an hourly basis.
  • Skimuli: This is a smaller sized lift which can be accessed from the Valley Station. It measures 180 meters (590.5 feet) in length. The difference in height that arises is about 13 meters (or 42.6 feet) and the lift has the capacity of carrying 750 passengers on an hourly basis. This lift is highly suitable for children.


Feuerberglifte Statistics


Base Elevation: 567 m

Summit Elevation: 834 m

Vertical Drop: 267 m


Now, when it comes to the runs the Feuerberg offers various runs with different levels of difficulty. One can find here them ranging from the ‘Black Downhill’ to ‘Red and Blue Runs’ and also the much talked about slopes. Furthermore, the Feuerberg offers something for every level, so just kick back your hesitation and go wild. The slopes transition well from easy to difficult and also have a distinct alpine character. To top it all their snow sports school has some of the most kind hearted and warm instructors who precisely know how to disseminate knowledge and at the same time make it a fun filled experience.



On the other hand, there is the Tobogganing. Transport sleds and sledges on the slopes is restricted but if conducted in a controlled manner in the presence of an expert or the instructor, in that case it may work out, but, definitely not if you are all alone. There is strict tobogganing on the slopes. A sled can neither be properly steered nor braked. Please keep in mind that if proper precautions are not taken this can lead to serious accidents / collisions with skiers. Furthermore, at the Valley Station you will find a slope where you can go tobogganing. It is here that you will not require any supervision but still be careful.


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