The park is located at the Thalerkogl in the Schatzberg ski area. Snowboarders, beginners and the experts all find fun and enjoyment in the park riding the obstacles or simply relaxing in the snow.
Beginners: kicker 6 m - 2 x straight box 4 m - rainbow box 4 m – rollercoaster track
Pros: kicker 14 m - straight box 8 m - curved box 8 m - kinked box 8 m – double kinked rail 8 m – wall ride
Halfpipe 90 m
Music, meeting points and contests are held in the park. The setup is perfect and waits for you to let rip. Whether beginner or pro, the park offers something for everyone.
Seven snow canons transform the area on the Wiedersbergerhorn into an awesome terrain park. A 150 metre long half pipe, kicker, hip slide and long rollercoaster track offer just what the pros need but also provide ideal conditions for beginners wanting to have some family fun. Intermediates can hone their skills and match themselves with the really great riders along the „advanced Line“.
Terrain park Alpbachtal setup
Easy boxes: flat box, slide plate, rainbow box
Easy kicker: 2 x 3m kicker
Rollercoaster track: 15m long rollercoaster track
Per box: straight box, down rail, jib tank, mail box, rainbow rail
Per kicker: 2 x 10 m kicker
The 2016/2017 Winter season has some innovations to present that have made the Funslope Snowpark Alpbachtal on the Wiedersbergerhorn even more attractive.
Almost 70 years ago the Tennladen fields in Niederau became the Wildschönau’s first ski slope. Many a ski racing career began right here and in 1999 the professional Race ‚n‘ Boarder Arena was built.
Alpine acrobats, winter sportsmen with a need for speed and all those who want to test their skills between the slalom gates meet up in the Race'n Boarder Arena in Niederau. Permanent slalom and giant slalom tracks and a carving zone encourage spurs you on to a performance high. Those looking to improve their race techniques get tips from the experienced Arena crew who are always on hand with good advice.
The Race'n‘ Boarder Arena is not just an excellent training areal for World Cup athletes but also for companies, ski clubs and private groups. The Alpine Ski World Championships for the Disabled was held here in 2004.