Each year when we return to Oberstdorf we have to go for a few rides on Sollereck. It is a great time, no matter how old you are.
It is a very leisurely, relaxing ride to the top of the Sollereck in the 6 person bubbles and the walks back down to Oberstdorf are not too taxing either, one of them via a lovely woodland walk to the Freibergsee. For the more adventurous, there is a far more difficult, steep walk to the Fellhorn or Kanzelwand, where there... More
Did a short course at the very end of the skiing season... Many rental places (we rented at Alpin Skischule - 10% Rabatt if staying at DJH), all very reasonable rates. Decent food options around here. A very pleasant place for beginners like me... definitely hoping to come back someday
Learned to ski here and went back this year and enjoyed the Blue and Red slopes. Went in mid January and the slopes were not too busy on the weekdays. Frequent bus from here to Oberstdorf which is handy.
We had a great time learning to ski in sollereck. the pistes are beginner friendly and the food and beverages are great. hope to come back again.
We had a great laugh on the toboggan! Fairly long queues sometimes, but moved through quite quickly. Had to prise my 8 year old away at the end of the day!
The Sollereck is easily accessed by free bus from Oberstdorf (if you have your ski gear on). The Sollereck has several blue runs and lots of ski schools so it is a good place to get lessons and to "warm up" too. There is also at least one red run. The area has one gondola and several drag lifts. There... More
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