It doesn’t matter which type of ski or board you prefer, the Reit im Winkl winter provides optimal conditions that fit almost any style.
Dreamlike slopes for all skill levels, from Reit im Winkl over the Winklmoos Alm, up to the Tyrolean Steinplatte, for boundless skiing and snowboarding. And at night, you can ski some more on the floodlit slope in the center of Reit im Winkl.
The Winklmoos Alm is Germany's most famous mountain commune, for it is home of the Olympic gold medalist Rosi Mittermaier, otherwise known as “Gold-Rosi.” The Winklmoos Alm together with the adjacent Kammerköhr-Steinplatte is a great ski area up to 1900 m altitude.
- Buses transport skiers from Reit im Winkl directly to the base station of the new 8-person gondola in Seegatterl
Schedule to be announced
- Free parking at the base station in Seegatterl
The parking lot Seegatterl holds about 1000 cars
Ski area details:
- Gondola, ski lifts and chairlifts - a total of 14 lifts (Winklmoos-Alm and Steinplatte)
- total of 44 km of slopes-slopes. (Of these, 32 km with snowmaking)
- Piste map and rates
Reit im Winkl’s ski area Winklmoos Alm offers 4 lifts with fun, blue ski runs, which are easily accessible via the new gondola. One of the longest downhill runs in the world is right here, from the Steinplatte to Seegatterl, for a total of 12 km.