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The Kiosk of the Langmattlift in Aftersteg, Black Forest.
A good place to relax and have a snack and a drink while having a break form skiing or to enjoy the Après Ski after skiing on the slopes of the Langmattlift. Freshly made cakes and coffee, small dishes and beverages are sold at low prices - Family friendly Prices !
The Kiosk offers a nice and simple location and is as well a good place to listen to the alemannic dialect spoken in the Black Forest - if you want to improve your german skills visit the Kiosk during your skiing and especially for the Apès Ski.
And remember every Euro you spend, will be used for the Existence of the Lift and the PistenBully, the Maintainence of the Lift and the PistenBully but also for the Insurances, Taxes and yearly technical Tests by the Technical Supervision Society, the so called TÜV !
Markus Albrecht and his Team are all working for Free ! - The Aftersteg Ski Lift is absolutely Non-Profit.
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