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Skifahren am Diedamskopf © Alex Kaiser / Bergbahnen Diedamskopf

Skiing in Au-Schoppernau

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Diedamskopf Au-Schoppernau ski resort

Au-Schoppernau and the Diedamskopf ski resort is known for its magnificent mountain panoramas, the innovative snow sports school with kids’ paradise and the extensive offers for snowboarders.

The slopes on the Diedamskopf, at an altitude of 2,090 m, are popular with both advanced skiiers and families with children who are experienced at skiing. The long descent into the valley and the backcountry skiing options at top.

Special panoramic views of the mountains and as far as Lake Constance can be enjoyed from the peak, which is accessible via the winter hiking path and the year-round base for paragliders and hang-gliders.

An overview of the Diedamskopf ski resort

Lifts and cable cars

  • 2 cable cars
  • 2 chair lifts
  • 4 ski tows

Slopes

Lengths of the slopes: 40 km
of which:

  • 13 km are blue slopes
  • 11 km are red slopes
  • 7 km of black slopes
  • 9 km of ski trails

Day ticket (peak season)

  • Adults: €44.50
  • Children: €25
Skischule Salober-Freeride © N.N. / Skischule Salober-Schröcken
The Pleasure Diedamspark is a highlight for snowboarders and free skiers alike.

Diedamspark

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Special features

Diedams valley run:
Those in good shape should tackle the 10-km long valley run, which covers a difference in altitude of 1,250 metres.

Grunholz night-time skiing:
The lift serves two lovely, gently sloping pistes. This is one of the few places in the Bregenzerwald that you can ski and toboggan on an evening too, by floodlight. The three-valley ski pass is valid for the journeys by lift.
Evening opening times: Wednesday and Friday, 7 to 10 p.m.

E-Station
In the autumn, the Diedamskopf cable cars implemented a sustainability initiative and installed an
e-station with five pumps and ten charging stations next to the valley station.

Variety

Fun slope
The fun slope featuring waves, jumps, a tunnel and snail promises fun for the whole family.

Ski movie track
Skiers can have their very own giant slalom racing video made on the ski move track on the Breiten alp. You can watch and download the video from www.skiline.cc.

Skifahren am Diedamskopf © Dietmar Walser / Bergbahnen Diedamskopf

For families and children

In “Didiland”, children playfully learn how to take their first steps on skis. There are three conveyor belts, a carousel, shuggy boats, a snow igloo, a tent and much more. A children’s play area covering 300 m² is housed on the top floor of the mountain station. The kids are looked after and can spend either the whole day or a few hours here.

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Après ski

Schoppernau: s’Köpfle
Au: Ur-Alp inn

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Skifahren am Diedamskopf © Alex Kaiser / Bergbahnen Diedamskopf
Skifahren am Diedamskopf © Alex Kaiser / Bergbahnen Diedamskopf
Skifahren am Diedamskopf © Alex Kaiser / Bergbahnen Diedamskopf
Winterwandern auf dem Diedamskopf © Dietmar Walser / Bergbahnen Diedamskopf
Winterwandern auf dem Diedamskopf © Christoph Lingg / Bregenzerwald Tourismus
Skifahren am Diedamskopf © Dietmar Walser / Bergbahnen Diedamskopf
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3-valley ski pass

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