Pistes

We kindly request that all visitors take care when routes cross and at the termini of surface lifts.

Family A1

NEW blue slope, with a length of 1850 m and an elevation of 235 m. The light, unpretentious route with a medium inclination later passes into a steeper pass, approximately in the middle of the length of the slope, which at the bottom connects with the other FAMILY slopes. At the very end of the route, the route takes us to the Doppelmayer L CD.

Length1850m
Cant235m
Difficultyľahká

Family 1B

Easier route, length 1,650 m, elevation difference 235 m. This route is suitable for beginners. The route starts at the upper chairlift station and describes a reversed letter "S", avoiding the most difficult sections of the hillside. The upper, more level section offers views of the peaks of the Western Tatras. Once you enter the forest you can enjoy the ski bend to the utmost. The route ends in the lower section of the FIS route.

Length1950 m
Cant235 m
Difficultyeasy

Family 1C

Blue ski slope with a length of 1750 m and an elevation of 235 m. The route starts again at the upper cable car station. The wide, initially mild route progresses to a medium, even slope, halfway connected to the Family 1A route. The route is ideal for teaching and improving techniques.

Length1600 m
Cant235 m
Difficultymedium

Family 1D

Blue ski slope with a length of 1950 m and an elevation of 235 m. The route is suitable for beginners. It starts at the top station of the cable car and describes the inverted letter "S", thus bypassing the most difficult slopes. The upper part on gentle terrain directly attracts views of the peaks of the Western Tatras. After entering the forest you can fully enjoy the ski arc again. The range is at the bottom of the FIS route.

Length1950m
Cant235m
Difficultyľahká

FIS

Red ski slope with a length of 1350 m, with a difference of 235 m. Since it is the main downhill course of the center, which has been in operation since its launch, it is already known to our visitors. Wide, but especially modified bottom, which when reaching the cable car goes into a slight slope. The Meander A, Meander B and Vilma routes are connected to it at the bottom. Nice sightseeing route. The best route for medium and good skiers, but with a cautious ride in the middle, it is also desirable for less experienced skiers.

Length1350 m
Cant235 m
Difficultymedium

Meander 3A

Blue ski slope with a length of 1500 m and an elevation of 235 m. A light, unpretentious route with a medium slope later passes into a steeper passage approximately in the middle of the length of the downhill track at the crossing point with the road. Evil tends to be covered with snow and balanced, yet be careful. This is followed by a slight turn to the left with the entrance to a wide, relatively steep section, which is reduced at the end. At the end, the route is fed to the FIS slope.

Length1500 m
Cant235 m
Difficultymedium

Meander 3B

Blue ski slope with a length of 1500 m and an elevation of 235 m. A light, unpretentious route with a medium slope later passes into a steeper passage approximately in the middle of the length of the downhill track at the crossing point with the road. Evil tends to be covered with snow and balanced, yet be careful. This is followed by a slight turn to the left with the entrance to a wide, relatively steep section, which is reduced at the end. At the end, the route is fed to the FIS slope.

Length1500 m
Cant235 m
Difficultyľahká

Vilma

Blue ski slope with a length of 1050 m. A light, unpretentious medium-inclined trail that follows the Meander 3B at the bottom and continues to the Doppelmayer 1SL.

Length1050m
Difficultyľahká

Vilma Skilandia

Blue piste with minimal elevation difference. Fitted with children's conveyor belt instead of surface lift. The park is fenced-off and secured. The ideal place for children to ski on their own for the first time, where learning is fun and you can make fast progress.

Length30 m
Cant3 m
Difficultyeasy