Set amongst the wonderful Harz Mountains in Germany, the Matthias-Schmidt-Berg – St. Andreasberg ski resort has everything you could need as part of a ski resort, including 3.6 kilometres of exhilarating slopes for skiers and snowboarders to enjoy. The awe-inspiring views of its impressive winter landscape is a big part of the beauty of the resort, enjoyed whilst skiing or on one of the 4 ski lifts guests can use to get around.
With an elevation between 535 and 660 metres, visitors and residents can find a whole range of different surfaces to ski or snowboard on. Beginners can find ideal slopes in the flatter areas, whether it is one of the pleasant descents as part of 1.2 kilometres of easy slopes, or slightly more challenging courses as part of the 0.6 kilometres of intermediate slopes, guests will be able to improve their skills and become more confident on snow. Expert skiers can enjoy the more demanding, steeper slopes the resort has to offer on 1.8 kilometres of difficult slopes.
Snowboarders will revel in the fact that there is a snow park with a wide range of obstacles including boxes and rails to flip out on and have an amazing time. Night owls can enjoy skiing that extra bit longer as night skiing is available until 21:00 on 2 kilometres of floodlit slopes, making this the largest floodlit area in the Harz Mountains. Snow kiting and snow tubing are amongst some of the other fun activities guests can take part in at the resort. For all these reasons, the resort is ideal for first-time skiers and families looking for a fun skiing weekend or holiday.
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