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Resort 8.6
Ski area 8.3

Ski area Meiringen-Hasliberg

Information about the ski area
Highest point: 2,433 m Gondola lift: 5
Lowest point: 1,055 m Pistes in total: 60 km
Altitude ski resort: 595 m
20 km
Lifts in total: 15
34 km
Tow lifts: 6
6 km
Chair lifts: 4

Ski area Meiringen-Hasliberg

With the "Meiringen-Hasliberg" lift pass you have access to an excellent ski area at an altitude of between 1,055 and 2,433 metres. The total of 60 kilometres of piste are connected through 15 lifts and numerous cosy lodges and mountain restaurants line the slopes.

On various intermediate level runs you can fully enjoy the snow landscape. In the upper part of the ski area the rather steep pistes are to be found, including the most difficult"Nordpol" piste (1.5 km length): the former World Cup piste from Planplatten waits to be challenged with an altitude difference of 540 m! The longest descent also has the longest name: Glogghüs-Hohsträss-Käserstatt-Balisalp-Hohfluh measures approx. 10 km in length and offers first class skiing pleasure.

The Mägisalp, with its great deep powder snow areas, is waiting to be explored! Freeriders will also find great conditions on the Gummenalp, Hochsträss or Glogghüs. The little ones can look forward to the children's paradise "Skihäsliland" with an adventure playground and an igloo village.
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Night skiing Meiringen

In Switzerland there are countless ski areas in which night skiing is possible. The night ski area Meiringen-Hasliberg, extensive night skiing is possible every Friday from the middle of January until the middle of March. The approx. 4.5 km illuminated Mägisalp-Reuti piste is open for night skiing until 22:00. From Meiringen, the lift takes you to the mountain station Hasliberg Reuti each at 19:00, 20:00 and 21:00. If you need a break in between or after night skiing, you can stop at the Mägisalp mountain restaurant. The last lift from Mägisalp down to the valley leaves at 23:00. Several days lift passes are also valid for night skiing,. Otherwise, evening tickets for night skiing can be acquired in resort.

Après ski Meiringen

Fans of traditional après-ski will not miss anything in Meiringen: in the huts at Käserstatt, Bidmi and Mägisalp the hustle and bustle will already be starting! The bars "Kuhstall" and "Aquarium" at the Käserstatt are especially good. Or stop at the futuristic panorama restaurant "Alpen Tower" on Planplatten, which offers a breathtaking panoramic view of 400 peaks. In the village, you can party extensively in the "Sherlock Lounge", the "Jam Rock" or the "Sherpa Club" to your heart's content.

If you would like to do some sports in the evening, night skiing on the Mägisalp - Reuti piste is a good option, which is offered every Friday from 3 January 2020 to 14 March 2020. However, if you are looking for a change from skiing, on New Yeas Eve as well as on every Wednesday evening from 5 February 2020 to 4 March 2020 you have the opportunity to take a sleigh down the family-friendly Mägisalp - Bidmi toboggan run. Afterwards, you can enjoy a fondue or raclette meal in the "Berghaus Käserstatt". In addition, numerous activities such as snow shoe hikes, paragliding or ice skating await you. A visit to the climbing hall, the tennis centre or the local indoor swimming pool rounds off the sporting activities on offer. The Sherlock Holmes Museum could be particularly exciting for thriller fans.

Snowpark: Junior Park Mägisalp/Audi Skicross Park Meiringen

The lift station Meiringen-Hasliberg offers both small and large freestyle fans several areas to let off steam. It doesn't matter whether you're just starting your career, or you're already one of the pros- here, you can surely experience a real freestyle adventure.

The "Skihäsliland" is perfect for the little ones to get a secure and playful start on how to tackle various, easy obstacles. To test your skills, a Junior Park between Hääggen and Mägisalp with rails and kickers is ready to enjoy for both beginners and families alike.

For more experienced skiers, however, the Audi Skicross Park Grindelwald is just the thing. Here, with four people at the same time, you can dare to face the various steep face curves, jumps, waves and depressions that make for a truly exciting descent. The park's own rules significantly reduce the risk of accidents and you can make jumps with peace of mind. In addition to the Skicross Park there is the Snowpark White Elements in Grindelwald. The park is divided into a beginner area and an advanced area, so everyone gets their money's worth. Both have several boxes, rails, jibs and kickers.

There is also another Skicross Park near Meiringen in the Erzegg area of Melchsee-Frutt. The park can be reached in about an hour by car. Along the Erzegg ski slope there is also a freestyle park, which is suitable for beginners as well as advanced skiers due to its division into three different parts. Sounds good? We think so too.

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Expert rating report Meiringen-Hasliberg

The rating report Meiringen-Hasliberg comprises the main groups "Top rating categories", "Categories for special interests" and "Further rating categories" which all influence the overall result with their own count.

Overall rating

(3.8 out of 5 stars)

Top rating categories
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Lifts & cable cars
Reliability for snow

Rating categories for special interests

Families & children
Experts & freeriders
Snow parks
Cross-country facilities & trails

Further rating categories

Après ski
Orientation (piste maps, info boards & sign posting)
Mountain restaurants, huts & gastronomy
Getting there & parking facilities

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