Wonderful expereinces

Two excellent ski areas in the middle of Germany – who would have expected that? The traditional ski resort of Harz, which boasts the highest mountains in northern Germany, and the centrally located Sauerland are much easier to reach for many ski tourists than the Alpine areas in the south and are thus ideal for short breaks to an attractive winter sports destination. Snow covered slopes, dark coniferous and deciduous forests, modern lifts, fast slopes, toboggan runs and winter hiking trails.

Wintersport arena Sauerland

This ski area is described as the largest one north of the Alps. The high-performance snowmaking systems ensure there is plenty of snow. A total of well connected 75 ski lifts with 97 runs, many with floodlights, await you. Beginners will feel comfortable here, while advanced skiers also have lots of options. Needless to say, snowboarders, sledders, winter hikers and cross-country skiers will also find plenty to keep them busy.
Wintersport arena Sauerland

Braunlage/Wurmberg

The traditional ski resort of Wurmberg in Braunlage is the largest ski area in the Harz Mountains and offers six lifts with 13 kilometres of pistes, as well as high-performance snowmaking equipment. There are slopes for all levels, from the ski school to the big and easy Wurmberg downhill run, through to carving paradise Sonnenhang and the 60% gradient, mega-wide Hexenritt. For cross-country skiers, the illuminated trails are a great option, while the snow tubing run promises exciting toboggan fun.
Braunlage