FAQ – Did you know…?

There are no stupid questions, and perhaps you’ll find the answer you need here.

Do I have to book if I want to come to the ski arena?
You only need to book if you want to take a course. Otherwise you can just turn up.
From what age are children allowed on the slopes?

Children from the age of 3 are allowed on the slopes if accompanied by an adult.

Are children allowed on the chair lift?
  • Children who are 1.10 m or taller can use the chair lift if accompanied by an adult. From 1.25 m they can also use the chair lift alone.
  • Our magic carpet and platter lift can also be used by children smaller than 1.10 m.
Do I need to wear gloves on the slopes?
Yes, gloves are mandatory on the slopes. For hygiene reasons these are not available to rent. But we do have some for sale.
Do I need to wear a helmet on the slopes?
  • As a general rule we always recommend wearing a helmet.
  • Helmets are mandatory on our courses, in the fun park and for children up to 6 years.
Does the time keep running if I leave the slope, for example to get something to eat?
With the hourly ticket you can leave the slope as often as you like. Only the time you actually spend on the slope counts.
Where can I keep my things?
In our rental area there are lockers where you can store clothing and valuables. You can use the lockers if you have a ticket for the slopes.
Where is the toboggan run?
  • You’ll find our toboggan run between the main slope and the fun park.
  • Our platter lift or chair lift will take you to the top in comfort.
Will I need special clothes/shoes for tobogganing?
We recommend that you wear warm clothes and clean, sturdy shoes. We have both available to rent.
Is the children’s world – Snowy Land – always open?
When the slopes are open, Snowy Land is also open for playing.
Does the entry price include equipment rental?
The entry ticket is only for use of the ski arena. This does not include rental.
Are there discounts for seniors, school pupils, students?
Students, those doing an “FSJ” placement, school pupils from the age of 12, people with disabilities, members of the armed forces, and seniors will receive a discount when they show a valid ID.
Is there a family ticket?
Yes, with proof of family identity.
Is there a yearly/monthly ticket?
  • Three-month membership card -> €129 for adults (€89 for children aged 6-12)
  • Twelve-month membership card -> €349 for adults (€249 for children aged 6-12)
What should I wear in the ski arena?
It’s very cold in the ski arena (-4 degrees) so we recommend that you wear warm clothing or ski wear. You can rent jackets and trousers from us.
Which sizes are available for rent?
  • We have jackets and trousers for you from size 128 to 5XL.
  • There are ski boots from size 24.5 to 53; snowboard boots from size 29.5 to 52.
Is it possible to rent skis only, if I have everything else?
You can rent items individually or as a package.
Is it possible to switch from skis/snowboard to sledges? If yes, does it cost extra?
With a one-day ticket you can switch once for free.

 

What skis/snowboards to you have available for rent?
You can rent carving and twin-tip skis from us
Can I bring my own sledge?
Bringing your own sledge is not permitted. Of course we have a selection of sledges and Zipfl bobsleds available.
Can I get my skis or snowboard repaired on site? If yes, how much does it cost and how long does the maintenance/repair take?
Our workshop provides a ski and snowboard service. Times start at 20 minutes. Ski prices from €8.90. Snowboard prices from €9.90.
Can I buy skis, snowboards, clothing or other equipment at the Snow Dome?
We have a small selection of gloves for sale.

What would you like to know about booking courses?

When do the courses take place?
There are group courses every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 3-7 p.m.
Are there also courses during the week?
During the week you are welcome to book private lessons.
When do I need to be there if I’ve booked a course?
Half an hour before the course starts, so you have enough time to get changed.
From what age can children learn to ski?
Children can join one of our mini courses from the age of 4.
Do you have something for schools?
We have exciting packages for school classes.
When are your holiday courses held?
Every year in the autumn, Christmas, winter and Easter holidays.

Any more questions?

05194-4311-0

Info & prices

Whether you’re looking for a quick boost or a multi-day adventure, our counter teams will be happy to help you find the right ticket.

Our smallest guests must be at least three years old and accompanied by an adult. Children from 3 to 5 years old get in for free when accompanied by an adult.

We’ll get you on course.

Whether on skis or snowboard, we’ll teach you the art of a great descent.

Course
Duration
Adults
Cildren 4-6 years
Mini ski course (4-6 Years) 1,5 hours
€ 36.00
Course
Duration
Adults
Children 7-12 years
Beginner course 3 hours
€ 59.00
€ 46.00
Advanced course 3 hours
€ 59.00
€ 46.00
Private lessons
each additional person
1 hour
€ 52.00
€ 25.00
€ 45.00
€ 25.00
Course
Saturday
Sunday
Mini course 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Mini course 3 – 5 p.m. 3 – 5 p.m.
Beginner course, ski or snowboard 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Beginner course, ski or snowboard 3 – 7 p.m. 3 – 7 p.m.
Advanced course, ski or snowboard Every two weeks in the even weeks of the year, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
  1. Mini course
  2. Children’s ski course – beginners
  3. Children’s snowboard course – beginners
  4. Adult ski course – beginners
  5. Adult snowboard course – beginners
  6. Children’s ski course – advanced
  7. Children’s snowboard course – advanced
  8. Adult ski course – advanced
  9. Adult snowboard course – advanced

 

1.      Mini course

The goal of this course is to learn that skiing can be fun, to find your feet on skis, and if possible to go down the beginners’ slope or even slalom down.

The duration of the course is 1.5 hours. If it seems the kids have had enough, we’ll finish the course at Snowy Land.  Our mini ski courses start at 4-6 years. There are no prerequisites for the kids.

The course starts with a little getting-to-know-you exercise, some warming up, first rules of the slopes and a little bit about the equipment. Next we cover first steps on skis, how to go straight ahead, and if possible how to come to a halt using a snowplough turn. In our mini ski courses, our instructors’ focus is very much on having fun in the snow and maintaining that, because at such a young age kids are not always able to keep up with the physical requirements.

 

2.      Children’s ski course – beginners

The goal of this course is to learn that skiing can be fun, to find your feet on skis, and if possible to go down the big slope.

The duration of the course is 4 hours in total. 1.5 hours of instruction, 1-hour break (without supervision), 1.5 hours of instruction. Our children’s ski courses for beginners start at 7-12 years. There are no prerequisites for the kids.

The course starts with a little getting-to-know-you exercise, some warming up, first rules of the slopes and a little bit about the equipment. Next we cover first steps on skis, how to go straight ahead, and especially how to come to a halt using a snowplough turn. Depending on how the exercises go, we’ll move on to first turns, each time moving higher up the slope. Our instructors’ focus is very much on making sure that everyone is encouraged to participate to the best of their ability – so that no one is over- or under-stretched.

 

3.      Children’s snowboard course – beginners

The goal of this course is to learn that snowboarding can be fun, to find your feet on the board, and ideally to go down the big slope.

The duration of the course is 4 hours in total. 1.5 hours of instruction, 1-hour break (without supervision), 1.5 hours of instruction. Our children’s snowboard courses for beginners start at 10-12 years. There are no prerequisites for the kids.

The course starts with a little getting-to-know-you exercise, some warming up, first rules of the slopes, a little bit about the equipment, and falling and getting-up techniques. Next we cover first steps on the board, how to go straight ahead, come to a halt and distribute your weight. Depending how the exercises go, we’ll then try first turns, starting with cross-piste runs. Our instructors’ focus is very much on making sure that everyone is encouraged to participate to the best of their ability – so that no one is over- or under-stretched.

4.      Adult ski course – beginners

The goal of this course is to learn that skiing can be fun, to find your feet on skis, and if possible to go down the big slope.

Our adults’ ski courses for beginners start at 13 years. The duration of the course is 4 hours in total. 1.5 hours of instruction, 1-hour break (without supervision), 1.5 hours of instruction. There are no prerequisites for participants.

The course starts with a little getting-to-know-you exercise, some warming up, first rules of the slopes and a little bit about the equipment. Next we cover first steps on skis, how to go straight ahead, and especially how to come to a halt using a snowplough turn. Depending on how the exercises go, we’ll move on to first turns, each time moving higher up the slope. Our instructors’ focus is very much on making sure that everyone is encouraged to participate to the best of their ability – so that no one is over- or under-stretched.

 

 

5.      Adult snowboard course – beginners

The goal of this course is to learn that snowboarding can be fun, to find your feet on the board, and if possible to go down the big slope.

Our adults’ snowboard courses for beginners start at 13 years. The duration of the course is 4 hours in total. 1.5 hours of instruction, 1-hour break (without supervision), 1.5 hours of instruction. There are no prerequisites for participants.

The course starts with a little getting-to-know-you exercise, some warming up, first rules of the slopes, a little bit about the equipment, and falling and getting-up techniques. Next we cover first steps on skis, how to go straight ahead, how to come to a halt and distribute your weight. Depending how the exercises go, we’ll then try first turns, starting with cross-piste runs. Our instructors’ focus is very much on making sure that everyone is encouraged to participate to the best of their ability – so that no one is over- or under-stretched.

 

 

6.      Children’s ski course – advanced

The prerequisite for this course is that you can descend the big slope safely. The goal of the course is to improve your personal ability and come down the big slope with parallel turns, if possible varying your radius.

The duration of the course is 4 hours in total. 1.5 hours of instruction, 1-hour break (without supervision), 1.5 hours of instruction. Our advanced ski courses for children start at 7-12 years. The prerequisite for the kids is being able to descend the big slope safely.

The course begins with a little getting-to-know-you exercise, some warming up and a recap of the most important rules of the slopes. Then we go for a first run in the beginners’ area to check out our skills. After that it’s up to the top! With various exercises we’ll work on parallel turns and then shorten the radius. Our instructors’ focus is very much on making sure that everyone is encouraged to participate to the best of their ability – so that no one is over- or under-stretched.

 

 

7.      Children’s snowboard course – advanced
  • The prerequisite for this course is that you can descend the big slope safely. The goal of the course is to increase your personal ability and come down the big slope with parallel turns, if possible varying your radius.
  • The duration of the course is 4 hours in total. 1.5 hours of instruction, 1-hour break (without supervision), 1.5 hours of instruction. Our advanced ski courses for adults start at 13 years. The prerequisite for participants is that they can descend the big slope safely.
  • The course begins with a little getting-to-know-you exercise, some warming up and a recap of the most important rules of the slopes. Then we go for a first run in the beginners’ area to check out our skills. After that it’s up to the top! With various exercises we’ll work on parallel turns, then do some first turns using the sticks and try shortening the radius. Our instructors’ focus is very much on making sure that everyone is encouraged to participate to the best of their ability – so that no one is over- or under-stretched.

 

 

 

8.      Adult ski course – advanced

The prerequisite for this course is that you can descend the big slope safely. The goal of the course is to increase your personal ability and come down the big slope with parallel turns, if possible varying your radius.

The duration of the course is 4 hours in total. 1.5 hours of instruction, 1-hour break (without supervision), 1.5 hours of instruction. Our advanced ski courses for adults start at 13 years. The prerequisite for participants is that they can descend the big slope safely.

The course begins with a little getting-to-know-you exercise, some warming up and a recap of the most important rules of the slopes. Then we go for a first run in the beginners’ area to check out our skills. After that it’s up to the top! With various exercises we’ll work on parallel turns, then do some first turns using the sticks and try shortening the radius. Our instructors’ focus is very much on making sure that everyone is encouraged to participate to the best of their ability – so that no one is over- or under-stretched.

 

 

9.      Adult snowboard course – advanced

The prerequisite for this course is that you can descend the big slope safely. The goal of the course is to stabilise your stance on the board, consolidate your switch-riding skills and go down the big slope with different radii.

The duration of the course is 4 hours in total. 1.5 hours of instruction, 1-hour break (without supervision), 1.5 hours of instruction. Our advanced snowboard courses for adults start at 13 years. The prerequisite for participants is that they can descend the big slope safely.

The course begins with a little getting-to-know-you exercise, some warming up and a recap of the most important rules of the slopes. Next come runs from the top and exercises that build on each other. Depending on how the exercises go, you’ll then have a first try at tight turns and slalom, then shortening your turn radii and having a go at riding switch. Our instructors’ focus is very much on making sure that everyone is encouraged to participate to the best of their ability – so that no one is over- or under-stretched.

 

Winter holidays (Feb)
Children/Adults Mini course (4-6 years)

No courses currently available

Easter holidays
Children/Adults Mini course (4-6 years)

No courses currently available

Autumn holidays (Feb)
Children/Adults Mini course (4-6 years)

No courses currently available

Christmas holidays (Feb)
Children/Adults Mini course (4-6 years)

No courses currently available

  1. Mini course
  2. Children’s ski course – beginners
  3. Children’s snowboard course – beginners
  4. Adult ski course – beginners
  5. Adult snowboard course – beginners
  6. Children’s ski course – advanced
  7. Children’s snowboard course – advanced
  8. Adult ski course – advanced
  9. Adult snowboard course – advanced

 

1.      Mini course

The goal of this course is to learn that skiing can be fun, to find your feet on skis, and if possible to go down the beginners’ slope or even slalom down.

The duration of the course is 1.5 hours. If it seems the kids have had enough, we’ll finish the course at Snowy Land.  Our mini ski courses start at 4-6 years. There are no prerequisites for the kids.

The course starts with a little getting-to-know-you exercise, some warming up, first rules of the slopes and a little bit about the equipment. Next we cover first steps on skis, how to go straight ahead, and if possible how to come to a halt using a snowplough turn. In our mini ski courses, our instructors’ focus is very much on having fun in the snow and maintaining that, because at such a young age kids are not always able to keep up with the physical requirements.

 

2.      Children’s ski course – beginners

The goal of this course is to learn that skiing can be fun, to find your feet on skis, and if possible to go down the big slope.

The duration of the course is 4 hours in total. 1.5 hours of instruction, 1-hour break (without supervision), 1.5 hours of instruction. Our children’s ski courses for beginners start at 7-12 years. There are no prerequisites for the kids.

The course starts with a little getting-to-know-you exercise, some warming up, first rules of the slopes and a little bit about the equipment. Next we cover first steps on skis, how to go straight ahead, and especially how to come to a halt using a snowplough turn. Depending on how the exercises go, we’ll move on to first turns, each time moving higher up the slope. Our instructors’ focus is very much on making sure that everyone is encouraged to participate to the best of their ability – so that no one is over- or under-stretched.

 

3.      Children’s snowboard course – beginners

The goal of this course is to learn that snowboarding can be fun, to find your feet on the board, and ideally to go down the big slope.

The duration of the course is 4 hours in total. 1.5 hours of instruction, 1-hour break (without supervision), 1.5 hours of instruction. Our children’s snowboard courses for beginners start at 10-12 years. There are no prerequisites for the kids.

The course starts with a little getting-to-know-you exercise, some warming up, first rules of the slopes, a little bit about the equipment, and falling and getting-up techniques. Next we cover first steps on the board, how to go straight ahead, come to a halt and distribute your weight. Depending how the exercises go, we’ll then try first turns, starting with cross-piste runs. Our instructors’ focus is very much on making sure that everyone is encouraged to participate to the best of their ability – so that no one is over- or under-stretched.

4.      Adult ski course – beginners

The goal of this course is to learn that skiing can be fun, to find your feet on skis, and if possible to go down the big slope.

Our adults’ ski courses for beginners start at 13 years. The duration of the course is 4 hours in total. 1.5 hours of instruction, 1-hour break (without supervision), 1.5 hours of instruction. There are no prerequisites for participants.

The course starts with a little getting-to-know-you exercise, some warming up, first rules of the slopes and a little bit about the equipment. Next we cover first steps on skis, how to go straight ahead, and especially how to come to a halt using a snowplough turn. Depending on how the exercises go, we’ll move on to first turns, each time moving higher up the slope. Our instructors’ focus is very much on making sure that everyone is encouraged to participate to the best of their ability – so that no one is over- or under-stretched.

 

 

5.      Adult snowboard course – beginners

The goal of this course is to learn that snowboarding can be fun, to find your feet on the board, and if possible to go down the big slope.

Our adults’ snowboard courses for beginners start at 13 years. The duration of the course is 4 hours in total. 1.5 hours of instruction, 1-hour break (without supervision), 1.5 hours of instruction. There are no prerequisites for participants.

The course starts with a little getting-to-know-you exercise, some warming up, first rules of the slopes, a little bit about the equipment, and falling and getting-up techniques. Next we cover first steps on skis, how to go straight ahead, how to come to a halt and distribute your weight. Depending how the exercises go, we’ll then try first turns, starting with cross-piste runs. Our instructors’ focus is very much on making sure that everyone is encouraged to participate to the best of their ability – so that no one is over- or under-stretched.

 

 

6.      Children’s ski course – advanced

The prerequisite for this course is that you can descend the big slope safely. The goal of the course is to improve your personal ability and come down the big slope with parallel turns, if possible varying your radius.

The duration of the course is 4 hours in total. 1.5 hours of instruction, 1-hour break (without supervision), 1.5 hours of instruction. Our advanced ski courses for children start at 7-12 years. The prerequisite for the kids is being able to descend the big slope safely.

The course begins with a little getting-to-know-you exercise, some warming up and a recap of the most important rules of the slopes. Then we go for a first run in the beginners’ area to check out our skills. After that it’s up to the top! With various exercises we’ll work on parallel turns and then shorten the radius. Our instructors’ focus is very much on making sure that everyone is encouraged to participate to the best of their ability – so that no one is over- or under-stretched.

 

 

7.      Children’s snowboard course – advanced
  • The prerequisite for this course is that you can descend the big slope safely. The goal of the course is to increase your personal ability and come down the big slope with parallel turns, if possible varying your radius.
  • The duration of the course is 4 hours in total. 1.5 hours of instruction, 1-hour break (without supervision), 1.5 hours of instruction. Our advanced ski courses for adults start at 13 years. The prerequisite for participants is that they can descend the big slope safely.
  • The course begins with a little getting-to-know-you exercise, some warming up and a recap of the most important rules of the slopes. Then we go for a first run in the beginners’ area to check out our skills. After that it’s up to the top! With various exercises we’ll work on parallel turns, then do some first turns using the sticks and try shortening the radius. Our instructors’ focus is very much on making sure that everyone is encouraged to participate to the best of their ability – so that no one is over- or under-stretched.

 

 

 

8.      Adult ski course – advanced

The prerequisite for this course is that you can descend the big slope safely. The goal of the course is to increase your personal ability and come down the big slope with parallel turns, if possible varying your radius.

The duration of the course is 4 hours in total. 1.5 hours of instruction, 1-hour break (without supervision), 1.5 hours of instruction. Our advanced ski courses for adults start at 13 years. The prerequisite for participants is that they can descend the big slope safely.

The course begins with a little getting-to-know-you exercise, some warming up and a recap of the most important rules of the slopes. Then we go for a first run in the beginners’ area to check out our skills. After that it’s up to the top! With various exercises we’ll work on parallel turns, then do some first turns using the sticks and try shortening the radius. Our instructors’ focus is very much on making sure that everyone is encouraged to participate to the best of their ability – so that no one is over- or under-stretched.

 

 

9.      Adult snowboard course – advanced

The prerequisite for this course is that you can descend the big slope safely. The goal of the course is to stabilise your stance on the board, consolidate your switch-riding skills and go down the big slope with different radii.

The duration of the course is 4 hours in total. 1.5 hours of instruction, 1-hour break (without supervision), 1.5 hours of instruction. Our advanced snowboard courses for adults start at 13 years. The prerequisite for participants is that they can descend the big slope safely.

The course begins with a little getting-to-know-you exercise, some warming up and a recap of the most important rules of the slopes. Next come runs from the top and exercises that build on each other. Depending on how the exercises go, you’ll then have a first try at tight turns and slalom, then shortening your turn radii and having a go at riding switch. Our instructors’ focus is very much on making sure that everyone is encouraged to participate to the best of their ability – so that no one is over- or under-stretched.

We offer our holiday courses for beginners as well as for advanced learners. Feel free to ask us about them.

Rental & service

Equipment rental, repairs – easy as pie.

If you’re on a spontaneous visit to our winter wonderland and don’t have your own equipment, or if you simply want to leave yours at home, our ski and snowboard rental service will help get you started. Choose everything from helmet to board from our top equipment. And of course we can also check, maintain and repair your own gear.

Rented equipment

 

Rented equipment
Rental fee
Skis and poles or snowboard
€ 9.00
Ski or snowboard boots
€ 6.50
Jacket and trousers (separate or as set)
€ 9,50
Helmet
€ 3.00
Combined package: Skis and poles or snowboard, plus shoes, jacket, trousers and helmet
€ 22.00

 

Service for beginners and professionals!

We provide a standard set-up suitable for all terrains and conditions on the slopes. However, if you have special requirements for your winter sports equipment, we can offer you a wide range of options. For example, on request we can sharpen edge bevels to between 87 and 89 degrees or provide you with one of our various racing structures.

More exotic equipment?

In addition to the standard alpine ski and snowboard variants, we offer special services for more unusual equipment such as race boards, snow blades, Big Foot skis, cross-country skis, Telemark skis, monoskis, skwals, plus ski-jumping and ski-flying equipment.

Please bring your own gloves!

It is mandatory to wear gloves on the slopes; these are not available for hire.

Equipment servicing by appointment

Services
Ski
Snowboard
Hot wax
€ 8.90
€ 9.90
Base cleaning and hot wax
Mini service
€ 14.90
€ 16.90
Edge sharpening and disc-tuning, polish and hot wax
Kids’ service for skis/snowboards 70-120 cm
€ 14.90
€ 16.90
Base sanding, sanding and de-burring of edges, disc-tuning of edges, hot wax and polish
Compact service
€ 19,90
€ 22,90
Base sanding, diamond-stone structure grinding, disc-tuning of edges, digitalised edge sharpening to 89°, hot wax and polish
Full service
€ 29.90
€ 34.90
Base brushing, minor base repairs, sanding, diamond-stone structure grinding, disc-tuning of edges, digitalised edge sharpening to 89°, hot wax and polish
Premium service
€ 39.90
€ 45.90
Base brushing, complete base repair, sanding, diamond-stone structure grinding, disc-tuning of edges, digitalised edge sharpening to 87-89°, hot wax, brush and polish.
Cut out and patch base damage, per section
€ 10.00
Binding mounting
€ 10.00
€ 25.00
Various special repairs to skis, snowboards & boots
Price dependent on work involved

 

Special offer for the extra-adventurous

Our membership cards for long-term adventurers

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Ski arena

Weekdays
11 a.m. – 9 p.m.

Sat-Sun
9 a.m. – 9 p.m.

Adventure worlds

Weekdays
11 a.m. – 9 p.m.

(Varies according to season and weather conditions)

Sat-Sun
9 a.m. – 9 p.m.

Restaurants

Mon-Thurs
10 a.m. – 11 p.m.

Fri-Sat
10 a.m. – midnight

Sun
10 a.m. – 10 p.m.

Breakfast

Daily
7-10 a.m.

Sunday brunch*

Sunday
10.30 a.m. – 2.30 p.m.

*Also on certain public holidays

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