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Aftersteg Ski Lift - Entrance - Black Forest - Germany
Baden-Wuerttemberg

You can see the Entrance Area, the Track of the Ski Lift and the Slopes and Hillsides of the Aftersteg Ski Lift, the Langmattlift, Black Forest.

Markus Albrecht (and his Team) is waiting to hand you the T-Bar of the Lift which will bring you about 162 meters higher to the Exit. The Ski Lift has a Lenght of about 550 Meters.

And you can see why it is always a good choice to come skiing ore snow boarding to the Lanfmattlift - NO QUEING or almost noch queing !

Even at Carnaval, other Public Holidays, or arround the time of Holidays in Germany and the Netherlands, Belgium and other countries when all the slopes the Feldberg Ski Area are completly crowded and all the parkings filled - then you find a relaxed and pleasant atmosphere here at the Aftersteg Ski Lift.

This on maintained slopes - thanks to the PistenBully - two slopes left and right from the lift and as well lots of opportunites for off piste skiing or backcountry skiiing - if you have climbing skins then don´t forget them.

Lift Prices are moderate to low because Markus Albrecht - Business Manager of the Ski Lift - and his Team want this Ski Lift family friendly and one of their focus is on the fun the childrens have while skiing.

Please support Markus an his Team and visit the Langmattlift, whenever it is open and whenever all other Ski Areas in this Region of the Black Forest are over crowded - you will enjoy your visit.

Copyright: Manfred Huchler
Typ: Spherical
Upplösning: 10646x5323
Taken: 21/02/2012
Uppladdad: 04/03/2012
Uppdaterad: 26/03/2015
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Tags: aftersteg; black forest; langmattlift; ski lift; ski; lift; t-bar lift; t-bar; städeli; staedeli; wso; walter städeli oetwil; markus albrecht; huchler; manfred huchler
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