About the ski area:
The Steibis-Imbergbahn ski area has everything that the major ski areas in the Alps have to offer. Ski fun on 17.6 km, fun park, freeride slopes and for the little kids’ area and ski schools. Everything that makes a wonderful day of skiing!
We are Moritz and Christiane from Bregenz and this year we will explore the different ski areas of the 3TälerPass. Christiane only started skiing last year and will start her second skiing season in 2018/2019. This will give you an insight into the ski areas from a beginner’s perspective. Since Moritz has been on skis for a while, he also feels comfortable on steep slopes. He will describe his impressions for more advanced skier.
Our day in the Steibis-Imbergbahn ski area:
Today our day started a little later than usual. The Imbergbahn brought up to the ski area. The first thing we noticed is the special flair of the ski area. After a few runs at the Nordlift and Fuchskarlift, we drove to the longest slope in the ski area. We stayed there for a while before heading back to the Imbergbahn and the valley run.
Favourite slope Moritz:
My favourite slope is slope 5 and slope 5a because they are by far the longest slopes. But I was definitely not the only one who liked it so much, because in the afternoon the slope was very bumpy, especially in the steeper areas. So, my tip: come early!
Favourite slope Christiane:
My favourite slope is the valley run. The blue slope 1 leads from the mountain station of the Imbergbahn down to the valley station. A really nice descent that varies from time to time but is still very good for everyone to ride.
There are multiple places to stop for a refreshment in the Steibis-Imbergbahn ski area. If you like beautiful views, the Vordere Fluh is the place for you. From the sun terrace you have a wonderful view of the valley. The food tastes twice as good with that view.
What is special about Steibis-Imbergbahn:
The special thing about the Steibis-Imbergbahn ski area is certainly its flair. Despite the manageable size, it exudes the flair of a large ski area.