FIS Women's downhill slope, access to the village Haus via flat way









Curvy slope with steep parts and narrow sections, steep and traversing last bit.

To access that slope you have to cross underneath the Kaibling 6er chairlift some meters above the bottom station direction riders left.

Even if it's a black slope, it's not particularly hard to ride, but you have to be concentrated all the time as the turnings of the slope are quite rapid and there are some sections where the terrain is rolling and you can't see how the slope continues.

As the slope was used for a FIS Women's downhill a couple of times, there are safety nets along the most rapid curves.

If you want to continue to the village of Haus, keep to the left after the overpass of the road and turn left into a connection slope at the end of the orange safety net. In general the easiest line on that slope is always to the left along the safety nets.

There is no clean and long outrun, for the FIS Events the outrun is on the parking lots, in daily use the last bit of the slope is cut off.

You have to traverse right and take some speed to get to the bottom station. Best time for this slope is in the early morning till 8.50.

Try to avoid coming to the bottom station around 9am - 9.40 am as there is the longest line of the day.