Damuls Mellau can be sought out in the Bregenzerwald district of Austria. It is one of the larger resorts boasting a whopping 79.4km of slopes and 17.7km of ski routes and elevations between 690m and 2050m There are 19 operational lifts available to escort guests up to their chosen elevation. And being located just 40 minutes from the nearest airport no time is wasted in transfers, the slopes are waiting to welcome you.
Between the 19 lifts available the lift at the peak Gipfelbahn has provided connections between the surrounding villages of Damüls and Mallau to the Damüls Mellau ski resort. The new 10-person gondola feeder lift brings guests from Mellau up to the largest winter sports area in the Bregenz Forest, and access is also available to Damüls Mittagsspitze where guests can experience breath-taking panoramic views all the way to Lake Constance. A ski bus is also available for those wishing to visit the villages via foot.
The easy runs for beginners dominate 37.8km of crystal slopes, but when confidence has grown, residents and visitors can move over to the intermediate slopes, which run across 39.9km. For the more adventurous skiers, there is 1.7km of difficult runs available. There are 17.1km of marked ski routes, valley runs above and below tree lines, the most difficult runs are the Sunneg steep slope Damüls, which is 1km in length.
We don't currently have any properties in Damüls Mellau, Austria however we
have 179 properties in other locations
Please sign up to our property alerts and we will let you know
when properties come in that match your criteria.
New properties are added every day by our partner agents, developers and private sellers. To keep up to date with new listings sign up to our property alerts and you'll be the first to see new properties that match your preferences as they are added.
Selected partners will contact you if they have properties that match your criteria.
We were not able to verify if you are human! Please try again.
"If you don't do it this year, you will be one year older when you do.”