Slopes and Lifts
Slopes and ski lifts in the Schwemmalm ski area
The slopes are ideal for beginners and experts alike, and are connected by a modern cable car and four chair lifts.
A challenge for experts is the Mutegg slope, leading from the 2,658 meter high summit Mutegg to the Äußere Schwemmalm mountain hut at 2,160 meters.
Ski beginners and small ski guests can take advantage of the easy slopes at the ski school at the Breiteben mountain station.
The opening hours of the slopes and lifts may change at short notice due to weather conditions. The following information is therefore not guaranteed.
The Asmol 3-seater chairlift is only open in winter. It is not accessible for pedestrians!
The 2-seater chairlift Breiteben takes skiers and pedestrians directly from the car park to Breiteben. There you will find the Ultental ski school, the Ultental ski rental and two restaurants. The chairlift is only open in winter.
The modern Moving Carpet at the mountain station of the Schwemmalm cable car and a gentle slope make you want to ski for beginners.
Numerous easy, but also challenging hiking trails that lead to traditional huts start directly at the top station.
Cross-country skiers will get their money’s worth on the perfectly groomed trails in the Ultental valley. The route offers an environment sure to please cross-country ski enthusiasts. It passes by woods set deep in snow, the frozen Falschauer river, as well as centuries old farmhouses. With gentle inclines and descents, the conditions are perfect even for beginners. The trail is very diverse and offering the possibility to skate or do classic cross-country skiing.
The Moscha toboggan run is well prepared and well secured, so that families with children can toboggan through the forest without danger.
Every Wednesday night tobogganing on the toboggan run "Moscha" from 19.00 hrs - registration for groups requested!