Ski movie racing track
Skiers can have themselves filmed on the giant slalom course by the automatic video camera on the ski movie course next to the Steffisalp-Express and also have their time recorded. Download from www.warth-schroecken.at
Giant slalom racing track
The giant slalom race course including timekeeping, 650 meters in length and secured, is located next to the Sonnencruiser lift.
All visitors get the chance to set their very own record on the secured high-speed course next to the Kuchl lift, and compare their speed with that of Olympic champion Hubert Strolz, a native of Warth. He hit the 92 km/h mark on this course.
The slopes with two lines featuring numerous waves, steep turns, fun boxes, butter boxes and a spiral offer a change from the classic fun on the regular pistes. A pleasure for skiers old and young.
The black slopes on the Salober Northface are perfect for those who love their runs really steep. The gradient of black slope 253, called “Ochsenkopf”, is over 70%.
Chamois on the piste
Ski run 262 “Gamssprung”, 1,150 meters in length, offers you stunning views of the mountains again and again. The signpost is unique: a prancing chamois buck points the way down the slope.