IFEN 2000

The ski resort Ifen is located in Kleinwalsertal just over the border in Austria, Vorarlberg, Bregenz) and rises up to over 2000 meters. It has relaxing and calm atmosphere, with groomed slopes providing an extremely varied terrain, especially for families with children and for beginners and has an expansive area called Gottesacker. With soft giant pillowy snow
the most popular runs are located at an elevation between 1600 and 2030 metres, which means you get to ski with optimum snow conditions. Winter hikers can also enjoy the two groomed circuit paths.

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The ski resort Fellhorn/Kanzelwand – Oberstdorf/Riezlern is located in Kleinwalsertal (Austria, Vorarlberg, Bregenz) and in the Oberallgäu (Germany, Bavaria (Bayern), Swabia (Schwaben)). For skiing and snowboarding, there are 34 km of slopes and 2 km of ski routes available. 14 lifts transport the guests to the summits surrounding the ski resort. The winter sports area is situated between the elevations of 920m and 1,967 m. About 6 km from Oberstdorf in Faistenoy, the lifts lead up to the Fellhorn and in the direction of the Kanzelwand. You can also access the ski resort from the Kleinwalser Valley in Austria ( one of few ski resorts that can be skied from two countries). In the joint-country ski resort, there is a total of 38 km of runs available.

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Fellhorn - Oberstdorf
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The attractive location of the over 700-year-old town on the edge of the Alps never fails to captivate visitors: framed by the imposing high mountain peaks and an idyllic lake landscape, 800-1200 m above sea level, making it the town in Bavaria at the highest altitude. It is the ideal starting-point for trips to the royal castles of Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau, only 5 km away, or the Wies Church, about 25 km away.

As if drawn by an artist’s hand, Füssen’s historical Old Town towers over the banks of the River Lech. Different historical epochs meet here in a harmonious ensemble. Its unique ambience inviting you to go on a journey of discovery into the past or take a leisurely look around the shops.
Over the medieval lanes rises, as a landmark, the High Palace, the former summer residence of the Lord Bishops of Augsburg and one of the largest and best preserved late-gothic castle complexes in Swabia. What used to be the bishops’ living rooms today houses a branch of the State Collection of Paintings, with their emphasis on late gothic and Renaissance works of art from the Allgäu-Swabian and Franconian regions. In the palace courtyard, the facades are adorned with impressive, 500-year-old illusion paintings, which delude the viewer into believing that the oriels, window frames and embossing on the corners are genuine.

Below the High Palace is the magnificent baroque complex of the former St Mang’s Benedictine Monastery, whose history goes back to the 8th century. Beside the basilica, the largest and most impressive of the numerous baroque churches in Füssen’s Old Town, which can boast Bavaria’s oldest preserved fresco (around 980, Reichenau School) in its medieval eastern crypt, the Füssen Heritage Museum inside the monastery grounds is well worth a visit. The richly decorated baroque rooms give us some idea of the former wealth of this Benedictine foundation. In the Anna Chapel, accessible through the museum, the Füssen Dance of Death, the oldest death dance cycle still preserved in Bavaria, is on view. The museum’s own collection of valuable historical lutes and violins recalls Füssen’s position as the cradle of lute-making in Europe, where in the 16th century the first European lute-makers’ guild was founded.

Regular conducted guided city tours, museum and churche tours as well as special tours for groups are offered throughout the year. High-spirited festivals against a historical backdrop, culture outdoors on the old market places or in the courtyards and the Christmas Market during Advent lend a very special magic to Füssen’s Old Town.

The ski resort Nebelhorn – Oberstdorf is located in the Oberallgäu (Germany, Bavaria (Bayern), Swabia (Schwaben)). For skiing and snowboarding, there are 11.9 km of slopes available. 6 lifts transport the guests. The winter sports area is situated between the elevations of 828 and 2,224 m. The Nebelhorn lift, which is divided into 3 sections, starts at the edge of Oberstdorf and goes up to the 2224 m high Nebelhorn, the highest ski resort in the Allgaeu. You can view 400 peaks from the Nebelhorn and for this reason it is referred to by many from Oberstdorf as the “grandstand of the Alps”. You can ski on the Nebelhorn from December until the first weekend in May.

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Nebelhorn – Oberstdorf
What our Community Say

“Just the perfect German town that shows quality, health and excitement for all tourist year round. Typical alpine style, food, hospitality, a picture perfect town that has all the things one would want in a alpine vacation.”


“Just wanted to drop you a short note to let you know how great Dave and Tony were in looking after us this long weekend – great guys, very helpful, approachable, capable, organised and supportive. Helped make the trip a real pleasure.”


“Thanks for a great ski weekend, we were looked after brilliantly by Dave, Nick and Tony. Skiing was great, and hats off to Nick and Dave for managing such a mixed ability group of blokes!

Great nights out as well and ferried very efficiently between the clubs and bars! Looking forward to getting out there again, maybe for a summer stint as well! Think you guys have definitely drummed up some return business!”


“We went for a week in January the quality of the lodge, the food and the hosts were outstanding and made the holiday. I would recommend going at this time of year as well as the slopes were so empty and it is cheaper. Just wrap up warm. The lodge is impeccable inside and out, with a cosy living area, plenty of space in the dining area and it was nice that everyone ate together.”

Last Minute Trip

“Spontaneously are we booked a last minute trip, fresh snow, sun, empty slopes and lifts, from blue to black runs all there. Unfortunately we couldn’t stay longer.”

Beautiful Landscape

“This was my first time on skiing holiday, I couldn’t believe how lucky I was to be able learn how to ski in a beautiful landscape, stayng in a great guest houses, love this place.”

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