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Imberg / Skiarea Steibis, Oberstaufen

(4.5/5 based on 85 reviews on the web)
A veritable winter wonderland, Imberg / Skiarea Steibis attracts visitors with its modern facilities and picturesque, snow-covered slopes specifically designed to be enjoyed by skiers of all ages and skill levels. In addition to skiing and snowboarding, you can also explore more than 40 km (25 mi) of winter hiking trails. These trails vary from easy to expert in degree of difficulty, so be sure to pick the one best suited to your abilities. This popular tourist area is packed with hotels, most of which are in Oberstaufen, a picturesque little town renowned for its natural beauties and plethora of modern recreational venues. Check online for ski season dates, and explore a wide range of packaged deals before you make the trip. Make Imberg / Skiarea Steibis a part of your Oberstaufen vacation plans using our Oberstaufen trip itinerary maker.
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  • Sandy with the Imbergbahn is a small, but very nice skiing area for families. Since we the grandparents in the Allgäu live have, we use visits like in the winter to ski a little bit. Because this ski resort is beautiful
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  • With the gondola, it goes up on the Imberg; There's even a chairlift, T-bar lifts must be used otherwise. Families in particular will feel comfortable with smaller children and beginners here.
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  • Train up, walk back down, if you don't ski. Nice view, good food, unfortunately, many places in the shade
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