Ski hire Nesselwang online - Nesselwang in the Allgäu is nestled between imposing mountains, rolling hills, green meadows and clear mountain lakes in the Alpine foothills. The local mountain Alpspitze and the Edelsberg, located at an altitude of 1,524 m offer an excellent terrain for all winter sports enthusiasts in Nesselwang. A total of 11 km of perfectly groomed slopes and 8 modern ski lifts are available for all enthusiast skiers and snowboarders. All descents can be covered with artificial snow with snow cannons. In total you will find in the ski resort of Nesselwang 6 km of blue marked slopes for beginners, 4 km of red marked slopes for advanced and a black marked slope for athletic skiers and snowboarders. After dark, you can ski from the Alpspitze to the valley station till 21.00 o'clock on the illuminated slopes. A dream come true for all children is the children's land, which has been designed as a fairy tale forest. Things are done a bit more "to the point" in the "live Alpspitzpark" and in the "Red Bull The Station Snowpark". Here snowboarders and freestylers can work on their latest tricks and jumps on the various obstacles. In the "Woodpark" of Nesselwang one can jib, but the obstacles here are all natural. The little snowboarders and freestylers can try to imitate their role models in the "Kidspark". For ski tourers the slopes are open every Wednesday till 22.00 o'clock. A real highlight is the AlpspitzKICK. With more than 140 km/h one can whiz down the valley attached to a zipline. Those who prefer more peace and quiet can spend time with ice skating, winter hiking, tobogganing or cross-country skiing through the beautiful winter landscape of Nesselwang.
Tip - ski hire Nesselwang
Using SNOWELL you can rent your skis and snowboards online in advance
in Nesselwang and save money at the same time. At the time of your arrival
you can pick up your booked rental equipment directly at the co-operating
ski hire shop directly in Nesselwang.
An extremely practical but also economical solution for your ski hire in Nesselwang.