Winter sport area Braunlage
Well groomed cross-country ski trails with 55 kilometers of length, allow experienced skiers the opportunity to keep fit and tour the winter landscape around Braunlage, Hohegeiss and the Harz. The trails with other ski areas of the Harz are well connected to offer both small circular routes as well as day tours. A good chance of snow provides the ski resort Braunlage with its districts Hohegeiss Sankt Andreasberg.
Slopes for beginners and advanced are available in the Alpine ski areas Braunlage. Whether ski lessons for adults and special children's ski school: skiing is made easy and available to all here in Braunlage in the Harz.
Not only in winter, but suitable as an alternative during your winter holiday, the ice rink in Braunlage offer great leisure attractions in the Harz. Skating, curling or watch one of the top hockey games here. On the natural ice rink in Hohegeiss and Schierke, you can enjoy outdoor ice skating. And another outdoor ice skating rink is in Bad Harzburg, open from November to February.
Tobogganing in Braunlage is winter fun for the whole family. In addition to the Wurmberg toboggan run are other runs in the city of Braunlage. Another special toboggan fun for all is the snowtubing in Sankt Andreasberg and now also on mount Wurmberg. Discover the speed on the snowtubing run on the tube of a tractor tire.
If you don’t fancy always walking up the hill with your sledge, then Torfhaus has a great run with a sledge lift.
Have you tried out walking on snowshoes through the beautiful winter landscape? Braunlage offers just that. With guided snowshoe tours you can enjoy the crisp cold fresh air, walking stunning trails and marking your footprints in the snow.
Braunlage has a very good network of hiking trails. Whether specifically maintained paths or trails parallel to the cross country skiing, hikers can conquer the Harz Mountains in winter.
Browse through the various offers and discover winter holiday in the Harz for cross-country skiing, alpine skiing, snowboards, winter hikers, family holidays or simply a relaxing holiday.
Skiing in Braunlage has history:
Already in 1883, the ranger Ullrich in Braunlage made the first "ski" based on the Norwegian model. He needed to get better through the deep snow when maintaining the woods during the hard winter season. Only nine years later the first registered Wintersport Association in Germany was founded here in Braunlage. Find out the turbulent history of skiing in the Harz Mountains, the winter sports competitions with ski jumping, downhill and cross country in the History and FIS Ski Museum in Braunlage. Discover Braunlage and the skiing history in the many show rooms and make the memories come.