Sonnenkopf Ski Resort

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# 1Small Ski Area in Europe
# 3Small Ski Area in Austria
# 1Small Ski Area in Vorarlberg
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The wonderful slopes in the ski resort Sonnenkopf are a true invitation to all winter sport fans. New, modern facilities and well-prepared slopes await you. Benefiting from the topographical location you can ski down the slopes well into spring. Whether ski bunny or slope magician, beginner or expert, young or young at heart: everybody will find their personal ski experience among the varied runs on the Sonnenkopf. The longest run – the Vermalen run – with its 8 km is already a small challenge. Between the start on the Glattingrat and the finish at the valley station of the Sonnenkopfbahn there is a difference of 1300 m in height. On the Glattingrat there is a very popular meeting point for boarders. Also the kids will have great fun in the new children’s country of the “Gletscherfrösche”, which is run by the ski school Sonnenkopf. Non-skiers have a range of attractions to choose from: a beautifully designed sunny snow beach, a relaxing winter walk with benches along the way, as well as an exciting snowshoe walk wait to be discovered. Your physical well-being is being taken care of in the mountain restaurant Sonnenkopf, in the Bündthütte as well as at the various ice bars. We would be happy to welcome you to our beautiful ski resort. You can reach the ski resort Sonnenkopf in a very comfortable and safe way. The valley station is located directly next to the exit “Wald am Arlberg” on the Arlberg-Schnellstraße S 16.

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Sonnenkopf Lodging

Best Time for Snow

Total Snowfall

33"
21"
14"
7"
2"
14"
Jan
2"
Feb
28"
Mar

Terrain Overview

35%
Intermediate Runs
59%
Advanced Runs
6%
Expert Runs
17
Runs in Total
18.6 mi
Runs in Total
4.3 mi
Longest Run
19.3 mi
Skiable Terrain
45 ac
Skiable Terrain

Total Lifts: 9

1
Gondolas & Trams
0
Eight Person Lifts
0
High Speed Sixes
2
High Speed Quads
0
Quad Chairs
0
Triple Chairs
2
Double Chairs
4
Surface Lifts

Elevation

7546'
Summit
4262'
Vertical Drop
3284'
Base
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