Diedamskopf: At the funpark and in the powder
At over 2,000 metres elevation and boasting deep, glistening snow! The mountain station of the gondola lift is located just below the summit of the Diedamskopf mountain. From the panorama terrace of the mountain restaurant, marvel at the nearly 300 peaks of the Bregenzerwald and Allgäu Alps bathed in sunlight. But why just look when you can get moving? Here there are perfectly groomed slopes at all levels of difficulty to be enjoyed. Even somewhat spoiled skiers can get their kicks here: Descending 1,200 metres on ten kilometres of slopes down into the valley is pure joy. For freestylers, the slopes are less of a priority. They instead prefer to twist and turn through the air and over 35 ramps and kickers at the Diedams Park. Then, of course, there are those for whom the sign-posted slopes merely indicate where they don’t want to ski. “The powder-rich slopes on the Diedamskopf mountain are amongst the most beautiful I know,” says enthusiastic ski-tour and deep-snow skier Thomas Dietrich from Mellau. “The natural snow here is a dream come true until spring!” Either way, he’ll still needs a ski pass.