Diedams valley run
Those in good shape should tackle the 10-km long valley run, which covers a difference in altitude of 1,250 metres.
Night-skiing in Grunholz
The lift serves two lovely, gently sloping pistes. This is one of the few places in the Bregenzerwald that you can ski and toboggan on an evening too, by floodlight. The three-valley ski pass is valid for the journeys by lift.
Evening opening times: from end of December to begin of March – depending on snow conditions.
Winter hiking and summit happiness
Hikers and fans of nature can enjoy varied experiences on the Diedamskopf. Two kilometres o fwinter hiking trails are prepared on the mountain every day. A leisurely walk of just 15 minutes leads from the mountain station to the Diedamskopf summit at an altitude of 2,090 metres.
There is an e-station with five pumps and ten charging stations next to the valley station.
Mountain world to see and to marvel at
The interactive exhibition on the mountain will be open for the first time in winter when ski lifts are in operation.
For families and children
Au-Schoppernau snow-sports school
The ‘Kinderland’ next to the valley station is the place for children to playfully learn their first turns on skis. The ski courses for older children include an adventure and safety programme with barbecue in a tepee, snow rafting with a skidoo and the flying fox. Adult and snowboard courses start every Monday. www.skischule-schoppernau.com
Freestyle fun for the whole family
The Funslope on the Diedamskopf is an absolute must for all families: the fast-paced wave run, impressive tunnels and the giant snail made of snow is guaranteed to make the day out skiing a total success.
Ski movie track
Skiers can have their very own giant slalom racing video made on the ski move track on the Breiten alp. You can watch and download the video from www.skiline.cc.