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Marked a red, but this really only applies for the top section as much of the lower half is a windy route through the trees back into town.
From the top of the Allmendhubel Poma turn right and head down to the Hog's Back - famous during the Inferno Race for the big crowd who flock to see skiers barreling off the infamous Kanonenrohr.
But fear not, the start is mellow and be sure to admire the views of the imposing Jungfrau behind you.
Once at the Hog's Back bear right down a steep shady slope - often home to some of the best snow conditions on the lower mountain.
This is the only steep part of the run but it is usually wide and groomed very well, so it's a great place to let rip with some wide carves.
Ahead you will see the Allmiboden and Maulerhubel lift stations where you should head right, along a cat track and in the shade.
From here it is an easy cruise back into town via a couple of hairpins that can get icy in poor snow conditions.
If you're lucky enough to get some powder, then drop off the side of the track after the first hairpin for some fresh tracks which gradually build to become moguls The very lowest section can suffer during prolonged warm spells, but improvements to the snowmaking infrastructure in recent years have resulted in much more reliable conditions even through to Easter.