Working side by side with snow makers
Family Tips Winter – You really get to see what's what in the "snow specialist" training course. You can accompany the ski run supervisor to the opening of the piste on the mountain, where the secrets of snow sport teaching are revealed to you.
Co-pilot a snowcat!
The professional piste experience - a behind-the-scenes look – 350 horsepower under your seat and all the pistes to yourself: It's when the last snow sports enthusiast has left the skiing area of Sattel-Hochstuckli at 5 p.m. that the lonely work of the snowcat drivers begins. And the fun for their co-pilots. For guests have the opportunity to be present when the pistes are prepared and the snowmaking facilities are checked. The adventure continues until midnight and the only pause is a dinner at one of the mountain restaurants.
At night on the snow-covered mountain
The professional piste experience - a behind-the-scenes look – Like giant fire bugs they climb at night across the white slopes of the snow-clad mountains and untiringly prepare the runs for the next day: the snowcats. The men in the cockpits of the high-horsepower caterpillar vehicles have a demanding and lonely, yet fascinating job. If you want to convince yourself, come and sit as a co-pilot by the driver's side and experience up close and personal what it means to be a piste-preparer.
The snowcat wonder of Feldis
The professional piste experience - a behind-the-scenes look – It weighs 7 tons, is 4.4 meters wide and is powered by a 240 hp engine. A true snowcat leaves impressively wide marks. Boys, big and small, dream about it. In Feldis their dreams come true: Under expert guidance, visitors learn the basics of preparing ski runs and get to know the most important functions in the cockpit. Whoever meets the basic requirements will be allowed to steer a snowcat. The successful maiden journey will then be celebrated with an aperitif, and the novice driver is awarded a diploma.