Eberschwang ski lift is back in operation

Eberschwang ski lift is back in operation

According to the team from the longest ski lift in the Innviertel, the slope is in very good condition.

The fact that there is demand for the offer in the region is shown by the successful but short start of the season: which started on December 16th, rain and mild temperatures thwarted the plan just before Christmas – skiing had to be stopped again on December 22nd, in this short time, however, almost 25,000 promotions came together. From now on it’s back to business on the Eberschwang pistes: On www.ski-eberschwang.at you will find up-to-date information, webcams provide live pictures of the pistes.

“Our goal is to make skiing possible in the region, especially for children and families,” says Managing Director Claus Wittmann. The magic carpet lift for beginners remains free of charge “to ensure that our little ones can enjoy skiing too”. The lift tickets for the T-bar lift are valid for three seasons from the date of purchase – payment is based on the number of lift rides. In the evening there is floodlighting, depending on capacity and weather conditions, until 8.30 p.m.

The facility, built in 1971, offers three downhill runs. The valley station is at an altitude of 615 meters, the mountain station at 740 meters. The ascent is via a drag lift, which is 600 meters long and can transport up to 1048 people per hour. The Eberschwang ski lift has established itself in the region: families, companies, clubs and schools from the districts of Ried, Braunau, Schärding, Grieskirchen, Wels and Vöcklabruck as well as from Lower Bavaria come to Eberschwang to ski.



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