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More Winter Fun On The Wurmberg Near Braunlage

March 10, 2016 in News Tags: ,

Winter 2013/2014 in the Harz with new offerings is the winter sport season of 2013/2014 in the Harz and Braunlage can enjoy winter sports enthusiasts on even better terms. Thanks to strong investment in the ski area on the Wurmberg mountain, Braunlage offers more fun and even more snow. The snow test on the Wurmberg mountain has run successfully, the around 100 snow lances now thanks to the cold Temberaturen in operation. On 14 December, the large ski opening party takes place directly on the Wurmberg mountain in the new parking area witches ride (formerly coffee Horst) from 15: 00? 89.0 RTL and Braunlage tourism GmbH invite to the party with apres ski atmosphere, radio nation and various DJs will ensure the party band. Free admission. With a new 4-seater chairlift, skiers and snowboarder from the upcoming season are faster conquer the slopes in Braunlage.

In addition skiers per hour to the Summit can be transported to the Wurmberg cable car here up to 1800. Also the slopes have been extended with the heavy 13 witches ride downhill. Offer broadened slopes and the ski school slope Moreover, much driving fun for the whole family. But it is also without skis: winter fun is guaranteed on the 1.6 km long toboggan run and the new tubing area, where it is a 200-metre slope down on large hoses,. For the winter holidays in Braunlage offers the resin suitable quarter Hotel old Forester’s House.

Just a few minutes walk from the valley station of the Wurmberg cable car located ski holiday in the middle of the place and equally located in the ski area. Parking is available directly at the hotel available. Cosy rooms, active vacationers find space as well as families with children. Typical resin strengthening is there in the hotel’s restaurant. Atmospheric apres the singing innkeeper Frank Faber offers ski in his barn, within walking distance from the hotel.


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