Fun and thrills for sporty skiers

The black pistes in Snow Space Salzburg

You stand at the top of the mountain, look down the steep slope and get a tingling of anticipation in your stomach. You make your first turns and the other skiers watch you with respect. When you reach the bottom, you feel a slight burning sensation in your thighs and it gives you a good feeling. Skiing down the black slopes in Snow Space Salzburg really is a remarkable achievement.

Black pistes in detail

6 black slopes are waiting for you in Snow Space Salzburg, 3 of them form the so-called "Infernal Trio" in St. Johann-Alpendorf. A real joy for experienced skiers! If you don't feel so confident on your skis or snowboard yet, that's no problem at all. You can ski around each of the slopes on easier runs. Because safety comes first and good self-assessment is the absolute prerequisite for an enjoyable ski day. You can find out everything about the slopes here

Giftabfahrt

Facts

  • Piste No. 15
  • Gradient: 65%
  • Inclination:  32,5°
  • Length: 300m
  • Where: from Starjet 3 mountain station to Topliner valley station

Gipfelritt

Facts

  • Piste No. 14
  • Gradient: 60%
  • Inclination: 30°
  • Length: 330m
  • Where: from Topliner mountain station to Topliner valley station

Kogel-Jagd

Facts

  • Piste No. 25
  • Gradient: 55%
  • Inclination: 27°
  • Length: 450m
  • Where: from Sonntagskogelbahn 1 mountain station to Sonntagskogelbahn 1 valley station

Habergeiss-Ritt

Facts

  • Piste No. 30
  • Gradient: 64%
  • Inclination: 33°
  • Length:: 445m
  • Where: from the middle section of Sonntagskogelbahn 2 to Sonntagskogelbahn 3 valley station

Schlangengrube

Facts

  • Piste No. 32a
  • Gradient: 45%
  • Inclination: 24°
  • Length: 1.045m
  • Where: from Stegbachlift mountain station to Stegbachlift valley station
  • Attention: T-bar lift with a steep lift route!

Hexenschuss

Facts

  • Piste No. 32
  • Gradient: 70%
  • Inclination: 35°
  • Lenght: 182m
  • Where: from the mountain station of Strassalmbahn / Buchaubahn to Stegbachlift valley station

Other ski area highlights for experienced skiers

After skiing down the 6 black ski slopes in Snow Space Salzburg you've just warmed up and want to experience even more? Then we have even more highlights for you: How about the 12 Peaks Trophy, for example? 12 peaks and 5 valleys - how long does it take you to ski down all the mountain peaks? The Snow Space Salzburg Challenge is also a test for skilled skiers, with great prizes waiting at the end. And the Hermann Maier Tour, the ski circuit in Snow Space Salzburg, will also win you over. If you pass the Funslope Wagrain and the Snowpark Alpendorf on these tours, you should definitely treat yourself to a downhill run there - and test your skills on the versatile obstacles.

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