Well-structured pistes, lots of altitude and long descents: the ski area in See is especially popular with families. A variety of wide blue and red slopes invite you to try out your first turns on the snow. Trisanna shows you which piste fits you best.
Practice slope (blue)
Reached with: the Medrigjoch gondola.
Children can get used to travelling on the lifts with the magic carpet conveyor belt on the snow, and then try out the button lift or draglift. The large practice area lies between the three small lifts, which protect it from the rest of the action on the slopes.
Family downhill run (blue)
Reached with: the Medrigjoch gondola, the Zeinis chairlift, or the Alm draglift
Three blue pistes zigzag down the slope here. If you just want to try out the slope, you can only go as far as the draglift. Otherwise you can go via the 2 400 metre family downhill run to the Rossmoos chairlift or turn off onto the flatter, gently curving Zeiniswald descent and get back to the middle station.
Valley descent (red)
Reached with: the Medrigjoch gondola
The piste from the Medrigjoch gondola middle station to the valley station is a staggering 7.3 kilometres long. The gondola itself is just 1.5 kilometres long – which means the descent to See is long-drawn-out and flat in places. A perfect opportunity to just let your skis go and your muscles relax after a long day’s skiing.
Ascherhütten downhill run (red)
Reached with: the Medrigjoch gondola, the Zeinis chairlift, via the Versing downhill run to the Versing gondola
The Versing gondola mountain station towers over the See ski area at a height of 2 450 metres. On the picturesque pistes the mountain summits seem near enough to touch. If you want to enjoy the view on a comfortable downhill run, take Piste No. 12; deep snow and terrain freaks will find the 12a, 12c and 10a routes excellent.
Reached with: the Medrigjoch gondola, the Zeinis chairlift, via the family downhill run to the Rossmoos chairlift
The adrenaline piste is not for magic carpet riders: gradients of up to 75% await you on this ski route of just 400 metres. Skilled skiers shouldn’t miss this challenge! A 75% gradient over the Ascherhütten cauldron.