The Blue 15 is definitely one of the contenders for the most playful pistes of the resort.
When you exit the Giggijoch lift you have a couple of options to choose from, if you're an intermediate rider who would like to get a first taste of freestyle riding, stay left where you can enter the Fun Slope.
The run is perfect for kids and intermediate riders who would like to get a little initiation into freestyling.
If you just want to work on your technique, practice your riding or just carve the hell out of a piste choose for the options on the right.
There you can head on straight where the slope is a little bit more challenging then the slope on the complete right but where intermediate and advanced riders will have a blast carving down the wide open slope.
If your more of a beginner it is recommended to stay on the right part of the slope, although this part can also be a blast for the more advanced riders.
The slope is really mellow and a bit narrow in the beginning but opens up after about 300 meters where the piste is about 200-300 meters wide.
After the narrow part, the slope splits up where you can head to the right where the slope connects with the Blue 13.
At the end of the 15 the slope has a small part where it steepens.
You can avoid this part by heading to the left where the steep part mellows out.
The 15 is also really fun for the freestyle oriented riders among us where they will have tons of side hits and can jib there way al the way back to the Giggijoch lift.