Learn to ski on an indoor ski slope

365 days of covered fun on the ski slope

Austrians are truly blessed with their high mountains, winter sports venues, endless kilometres of ski slopes and top-notch lift facilities. Not only locals appreciate that, but also guests. Many come here specifically because of skiing fun. The time between the winter holidays can be very long indeed for genuine skiing fans.

JEVER Ski Hall Neuss

Residents of North Rhine-Westphalia have it good there. After all, the way to the JEVER indoor Ski Hall in Neuss is much shorter. Germany’s first indoor skiing area offers skiing, snowboarding and sledding fun for beginner to pro – 365 days a year!

Germany’s first indoor ski hall truly offers everything the skier’s heart desires. Experts enjoy the 300 metre long downhill run down the slope, which always features perfectly groomed powder snow. The offers for newcomers are particularly attractive. Under the guidance of optimally trained ski instructors it doesn’t take long until even the smallest skiers ski down the 100 metre long beginner’s slope in “pizza slice” turns. Naturally this not only goes for kids, but also for adults.

What should not be missing during a skiing holiday? Right – at stop at a hut for refreshments! The Salzburger Hochalm restaurant can easily keep pace. The rustic lounge is covered with 300 year-old wooden shingles, and the fire crackles in the fireplace. A glance at the menu will whisk you away to the mountain world in SalzburgerLand. Delicacies such as Frittatensuppe (bouillon with pancake strips), Pinzgauer Kasnockn (pasta-shaped dumplings with cheese & onions) or Kaiserschmarrn (fluffy, sugared pancake with raisins) are served.

At any rate, anyone who learns to ski on the indoor ski slope is fit for a skiing holiday in the Salzburg mountain world. Everyone will really get the desire for a skiing holiday at the SalzburgerLand Winter Festival, which is held every year in the beginning of October. The partner regions from SalzburgerLand, Zell am See-Kaprun, Salzburger Sportwelt, Obertauern, Hochkönig, Hohe Tauern National Park, Wildkogel Arena and the Skicirkus Saalbach-Hinterglemm-Leogang-Fieberbrunn bring along great travel tips and lots of tradition to Neuss. A visit to the indoor ski slope is almost like a short holiday in SalzburgerLand.

Allrounder Mountain Resort

Anyone who has less desire for indoor activities during the summer months can romp around in the outdoor area at Germany’s largest freestanding climbing park on seven courses with more than 70 different stations. The 30 metre-high climbing wall on the back side of the indoor ski slope ensures even more climbing fun.

Almgolf (“alpine pasture golf”) is an exceptionally amusing pastime. Guests can play on greens with a length of 35 metres, just like with real golf. All kinds of hills, depressions and terrain passages must be mastered in the process.

  • 2 tow lifts and 1 four-person chairlift ensure a comfortable ascent
  • Ski down on the 300 metre long and 60 metre wide powder snow slope
  • Kids can ride up the ski slope with the “magic carpet”  
  • Thanks to the separate beginner’s slope, experts and non-experts do not get in each other’s way.
  • Year after year, more than 50,000 beginners learn the art of skiing at the Ski Hall Neuss.
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Ski Hall Neuss
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