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It’s a very small area good for beginners and it was a perfect place for my 6 year old daughter to continue her learning. However for more competent skiers Ggschwandtkopf gets boring after a short while because it’s so limited with not many pistes. The...More
As mentioned in title, my review is only about my experience as a beginner in SKI. I think its great area for beginners. I went in first week of January and slopes were very well prepared. We had lot of fresh snow while we were...More
Although we do not ski we love the gentle ride you get on a chair lift and this is one of the better ones. Great to watch the skiers and snowboarders of all ages and some wonderful snowy views from the top.
The chair lift was quite dear costing €18.50 return, but it was a nice gentle ride and there was a cafe at the top. There wasn't much to do at the top, so after a drink in the cafe and a short walk round, we...More
Only skied this way a couple of times. It was very quiet which was lovely for skiing. Runs are quite long but the downside is the number of t bars. We did walk up in snow shoes too which was great fun and I would...More
My review concerns the ski area itself (as per the heading) - not the unassociated hire shop at the bottom!
I visited twice during week commencing 11th March and enjoyed it enormously both times. On 16th March there was about 4" of new snow, it...More
I visited the gschwandkopf ski centre last week (Fri 16 Feb circa 12.30) with my 11 yo daughter and some friends. I was appalled at the service level when hiring a set of skis from the hire shop at the foot of the main piste....More