The air is clear and cold. You slowly glide down the slope in rhythmic swings. Clouds of white powder spray up and sparkle for a moment, like a thousand crystals in the sun. You can almost hear the scraping of the skis at the breakfast table. Your legs will be tingling. Tomorrow you'll be the first to set foot on the freshly prepared slopes. There's a very good chance for that, because the Weissensee Ski Area is directly opposite.
There's no big rush, even over the course of the day. On "ski highways" beginners and especially families with children often feel quickly overwhelmed and can relax here - without fear of running into anything or anyone. Despite that, no one is left behind at their first breath of the fresh ski air. There are various courses and plenty of snow action for "bambini" available at the Ski School at the valley station. While the little ones run around and wear themselves out in the BOBO Kinderland, three easy slopes and a moderate FIS downhill run offer a magnificent view of the lake. It's the best way to really enjoy the freedom of skiing. You end up down there somehow and back up with the ski lift. But can you conquer the mountain with your own strength? The best way to test your personal boundaries is with touring skis. All the more worthwhile is the stop off on the Alm and the slide down or tobogganing afterward is much more enjoyable as well.