1,322m - 3,118m
Operating times: Not specified
Season: 08.12.2023 - 01.04.2024
The Schneekringel fun slope is fun for the whole family. The special course goes along wave tracks, dynamic curves and over sound boxes to the finish line. The Schneekringel is the perfect place to let off steam and offers plenty of fun on the slopes. With the Dynafit Uphill Attack, Blatten-Belalp will also offer two ski touring routes for less experienced tourers starting winter 2021/2022. Our two tours, an easier one for beginners and a more challenging one, are well marked and the starting point is right at the last stop on the Belalp cable car. Right at the peak of the Belalp cable car, Hexenland (free admission) awaits little guests. They can enjoy their first time skiing or snowboarding in the snow between haunted figures on an easy track. For those who are looking for a change from the pistes on the Belalp and want to try their hand at freestyle, the snow park on the Hohbiel is the place to be. Anything goes here: rotating, jumping, sliding and rolling over. Guaranteed thrills! If you're looking for a chance to race, you'll find it at the Lumbago: the race track measures your downhill time in real time. Who's the fastest member of the family? Find out! The starting point can be found at the Aletsch piste on the right-hand side. The Hohstock is a true paradise for freeriders. The entry point is located right at the exit of the tunnel. Winter sports fans have the option of plunging down a spectacular downhill run with a gradient of up to 60 per cent. Any time there's fresh snowfall, management opens up the untouched but safe piste to freeriders. Starting at an altitude of 3100 metres, the experience ends at 2320 metres.
Slopes with snow
Valley run open