Winter sports across borders

Experience the two-country ski region, where dreams come true.

Oberstdorf, Germany's southernmost spa and winter sports resort, lies in the middle of the picturesque Allgäu Alps. In addition to top ski slopes and shopping facilities, winter sports dreams also come true on cross-country ski trails and winter hiking paths. As the opening venue for the Four Hills Tournament, Oberstdorf also offers a unique atmosphere for world-class sport.


In Kleinwalsertal, an idyllic high mountain valley in Vorarlberg, every peace-seeker's winter dream comes true: in addition to perfectly groomed pistes and cross-country ski trails, toboggan runs and winter hiking trails in unspoilt nature, Walser tradition meets modernity in tranquil villages - ideal for recharging your batteries.


Every village, every summit, every piste is unique and yet connected. What else unites us at Ski OK? A total of 7 ski areas, 48 lifts and 130 kilometres of pistes. Whether on the relaxed family descent, the black piste or the fantastic deep snow slope - what we all have in common is a love of winter sports!


Individual offers around your OK adventure

Spend your skiing holiday in our two-country skiing area and benefit from attractive offers!

Seize the opportunity during our promotional periods to get yourself a discounted skipass for unlimited thrills on the slopes! By choosing to stay in one of our partner accommodations, you qualify for a 10% discount on your ski pass.


*Please note that these special offer prices apply to the purchase of a multi-day ski ticket for three days or more.


Pre-Christmas Weeks: Until 22-12-2023
Dream Ski Weeks: 06-01-2024 to 26-01-2024
Sunshine Ski Weeks: 09-03-2024 to 01-05-2024


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    Two nations, one unified ski region encompassing seven distinct ski areas. With the
    combined ticket for Oberstdorf and Kleinwalsertal, you can experience boundless skiing
    adventures across 130 kilometers of diverse and dynamic slopes.

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    There's nothing quite like fresh powder – a blessing frequently bestowed upon the
    Oberstdorf-Kleinwalsertal ski region. Complemented by cutting-edge snowmaking
    technology and meticulous piste preparation, optimal slope conditions are consistently

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    Oberstdorf and Kleinwalsertal is more than just a cross-border skiing experiences; it
    bridges generations as well. With tranquil downhill runs, numerous practice slopes, and
    fun parks designed for the young and young-at-heart, it ensures a feel-good winter season
    for the entire family.

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    Whether it's your first turn or you’re already a master doing snowboard tricks: our ski
    instructors are very skilled and enjoy improving your abilities. Warm ski boots are
    guaranteed - thanks to the ski depots in our valley stations. Furthermore, the overnight ski
    service takes care of your skis so you can enjoy the day on the slopes without worrying
    about preparing your equipment in the evening.

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    Experience the thrill of seamless skiing: Leveraging cutting-edge cable car technology,
    ascend to the summits of the ski region with effortless ease and supreme comfort. This
    allows you to conserve your energy for the ultimate challenge - navigating Germany's
    longest valley run, an awe-inspiring 7.5-kilometre descent down the Nebelhorn.

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Here you will find an overview of our webcams with current images from Oberstdorf and Kleinwalsertal. We'll show you the current situation, whether the sun is shining in the valley or how much snow there is on the mountain.

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Approach by car

The region has excellent transport connections: Via the A7 (Füssen - Ulm) to the Allgäu interchange, onto the A980 and via the B19 to Oberstdorf. Continue to Kleinwalsertal via the Austrian B201.

Arrival by train

No desire for traffic jams? Then take the regional or long-distance trains to Oberstdorf, directly from Ulm, Munich and other German cities. From Oberstdorf, it's then quite comfortable, with closely timed bus connections, to Kleinwalsertal.