More comfort, fun and action at Schlick 2000
Schlick 2000 has long been synonymous with family fun and a fabulous range of pistes, catering for all skiing and snowboarding abilities. For the 2017/2018 winter season, the ski area offers even more convenience, comfort, pistes, snow and superb events.
Schlick 2000 – new deluxe chairlift
Comfortable chairlifts and superb views await visitors to the Schlick 2000 ski resort during the 2017/2018 ski season. The skiing centre’s old tow lift has been replaced with a new, super-comfortable chairlift which offers winter sports enthusiasts an even more convenient and enjoyable way to get to the slopes. The new four-seater chairlift carries up to 2,000 skiers and snowboarders an hour from the valley station at 1,913m to the upper terminus at 2,112m above sea level in just three minutes and 40 seconds. At 2.6m per second, the lift covers a distance of 577m and an elevation gain of 199m, so you can get to the panorama restaurant and start your Kreuzjoch ski adventure quickly and without having to wait.
Schlick 2000 – even more fun in the snow and on the slopes
In addition to greater comfort, the region also offers more fun and action with two new slopes. The new Panoramaschuss is a 25m-wide, 600m-long black slope with an average gradient of 40% to test your abilities and develop your ski skills. The new Hohes Laub Abfahrt is a slightly less challenging 28m-wide and 800m-long red piste with an average gradient of 25% and magnificent views of the Kalkkögel mountain chain. The two slopes meet at the valley station of the new four-seater chairlift. Plus, there’s the existing blue slope! Therefore, the new chairlift conveys learner, advanced and expert skiers to the right piste for their skill level. The snow cannon facilities have also been greatly extended on the Kanonenrohr, Zirbenschuss, Burgstall and Mitterjoch runs for guaranteed snow at Schlick 2000.
Schlick 2000 – additional highlights
Visitors to Schlick 2000 also get to enjoy the snow away from the pistes with cross-country skiing on the high-altitude trail, paragliding from the Kreuzjoch mountain station and winter walking in our fairy-tale snowy forests. While the kids have fun at Schlick 2000’s BIG Family ski centre in BIG Ron’s Kinderland, their parents meet for a convivial get-together in one of the nearby rustic huts.
Night of Colours
The Night of Colours ski show is staged every Wednesday from 27 December 2017 to 14 March 2018 at the Froneben midway station and is well worth seeing. The Stubai ski school’s instructors carry flares, snowboarders, ski crossers and snow bikers dare to brave the illuminated ski jump, and snow cats perform a graceful dance with fireworks. ‘Die jungen Daunkogler’ a young Schuhplattler dance group, add to the entertainment, as does a group of artists from the Czech Republic with their breathtaking light, laser and fire show.
Copyright Photo: Andre Schönherr / TVB Stubai Tirol / Schlick 2000