Brunni-Haggenegg-Holzegg Ski Hotel Guide - Ski accommodation

Brunni-Haggenegg-Holzegg

The resort of Brunni-Alpthal sits at the end of the Alptal running southwards from Einsiedeln, under the looming peaks of the Grosser and Kleiner Mythens. It's a small and friendly resort with mainly beginner- and family-friendly pistes. There are various tickets available with different lifts included, so it gives great value for money.

There are actually three regions here, with separate and combined tickets available. Firstly there's a pair of draglifts leading up to Haggenegg, which is the highest part of the area at 1510m. Secondly there's a single draglift on the other side of the main road called Skilift Brunni - this is much shorter and flatter. Thirdly there's a cable car up to Holzegg (right underneath the Grosser Mythen) and another pair of short drag lifts once you're up there.

The Haggenegg runs are fast blues, with plenty of piste-side soft and a few rollers for interest. The Brunni skilift really serves only a single run, but it's super-wide, immaculately groomed, and a constant gentle green gradient. Ideal for beginners.

On the top of Holzegg, the pair of short draglifts (actually two halves of the same lift) serve a pair of short, wide blues, but the real treat is the home run back down to the base of the cable car. This long, interesting run is best reached from the top of the draglift above Holzegg, and swoops down through the trees in a twisty rollercoaster ride with plenty of opportunity to play off to the sides of the piste.

Number of elevators

6

Drags

Chairs

Gondolas

5 0 1

Length of skiing trails (km)

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Blue

Red

Black

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The highest point (m)

1510



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