In Zwiesel at the Galsberglift, in Bärnzell and in Rabenstein. The Big Arber and the Silberberg in Bodenmais also offer nice sledding conditions.
Of course, your children can also sledge directly by our guesthouse!
Especially for families with children, a horse-drawn sleigh ride through the snowy winter forest is a dream!
Following are the contacts numbers of our partners:
Huskie-drawn sleigh rides
Waldschrat's Adventure Company, Tel. +49 9926 731, www.waldschrat-adventure.de
Ice rink in Regen
With the Arberaktiv Card you can go ice-skating, free of charge. When was the last time you tried ?
Pure fun !
Ice-skate rental, ice hockey, curling, figure skating: for everybody’s taste and age – Music and dancing with the ice – club: participate or simply watch !
Eishalle Regen, Tel. +49 9921 960986, www.eishalle-regen.de
Poschetsrieder Straße 45, 94209 Regen
You prefere more complicated trails? Then the Kaiser trail in Rabenstein is the one you are looking for.
The 2 classic trails, which are also available for skating, are 6 and 14km long and will you give high sensations.
The winter sports center Waldhaus in Zwiesel will also give you the opportunity to enjoy a 30km trail, for all levels of difficulties.
The Bretterschachten on the Big Arber is also very popular.
There you will find a trail of about 65km for cross-country skiing and skating but also for biathlon. www.arber-skistadion.de
These cross-country skiing stations are reachable by bus for free.
Winter walking and snowshoe tours
Es gibt rund um Zwiesel sehr schöne geräumte Winterwanderwege mit einer Gesamtlänge von ca. 60 km.
Ein besonderes Highlight sind Schneeschuhtouren.
There are approximately very beautiful wintertrails about a lenght of 60 km around Zwiesel. A special highlight are snowshoe tours. Enjoy this experience of untouched nature and you feel yourself simply free!
Guided snowshoe tours
The ski station Big Arber, about 15km from Zwiesel is snow-sure and also perfect for beginners as well as experts. The Big Arber ski station is world known as it regularly hosts the female ski world cup. The station includes 7 slopes as well as the one used for the world cup, which is open to the public. You can get to the Big Arber by yourself with the free skibus.
Ski station Großer Arber, Tel. +49 9925 9414-11, www.arber.de
5 lifts (cable car, 2 chair lifts, 2 surface lifts), 9 slopes for every level, about 9km of descent.
In Zwiesel you can also use the Glasberg lift and in Rabenstein, skiing and snowboarding. The slopes are not very complex and therefore ideal for first skiing experiences and ski lessons.
Skilift Glasberg, Lohmannmühlweg 60, Tel. +49 9922 5511 oder 8510 - Mehr Info Skilift Glasberg...
1 Lift, distance 400 m, blue slope
Skilift Rabenstein, Steinackerweg, Tel. +49 9922 2732 oder +49 171 5847169 Lift, distante 350 m, blue slope
In Geisskopf in Bodenmais you can also find another nice ski station (15km from Zwiesel) with diverse slopes for a total length of 8 km.
For beginners and experts.
Try night skiing, included in your day ticket and with the Arberactktiv card! www.geisskopf.de/winter/skigebiet