Skiarena Wildkogel Neukirchen-Bramberg, Bramberg am Wildkogel
(4.6/5 based on 85 reviews on the web)
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  • very nice up there for hiking and in winter skiing and good food from the region and also the longest toboggan run in Europe 14 km long
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  • This is a very nice hiking area, we were here in late September, when they weather was unusually fine. This day, we led a shorter tour around the mountains. We were only out for about two hours in the...  more »
  • So far, we have boarded the Wildkogel walk of Bramberg, the middle station in Neunkirchen or from the terminus of the Emerald railway. Through the latter's is crowded at up there. The ascent on foot offers plenty of variety and required condition. The descent towards high pasture is particularly beautiful.
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  • Great small skiarena. The less snowfall was a little bit disappointing but normally it will be a little bit more cool. I had a nice snowtrip!
  • Its is a very nice area for snowboarders and skiers because its a place with diffrent types of slopes.
  • I did very pleasing, slopes are great, could be better protected.
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  • Early in the morning, the slopes are super ski area, very well prepared and navigable up to the late hours of the afternoon. Piste condition is of course dependent on the weather. Tobogganing is mandatory! 14km Gaudí, at best morning.
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  • Unfortunately, the slopes are groomed only second-rate. Compared to many other ski areas, the Pistenbullies be sent partially only every 2 days. This is for a ski resort that over €43 for a day ski pass very little demands. It can happen, ever, the gondolas discontinue your service if Saturday is the guest change, and something must be wind as the reason, transported for a few guests are not. I've never seen that in an estimated 20 other skiing areas in this way!
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