Bonistock – Stöckalp Slope

Melchsee-Frutt

Melchsee-Frutt: Engstlenalp - Meiringen-Hasliberg

Melchsee-Frutt: Engstlenalp - Meiringen-Hasliberg

Bonistock

Bonistock

Melchsee-Frutt: Mägisalp - Meiringen-Hasliberg

Melchsee-Frutt: Mägisalp - Meiringen-Hasliberg

Melchsee-Frutt: Dorf

Melchsee-Frutt: Dorf

Melchsee-Frutt

Melchsee-Frutt

Melchsee-Frutt

Melchsee-Frutt

The 2,160 metre high Bonistock overlooks the Melchsee and is the start of a six-kilometre downhill run to the Stöckalp that will challenge the skier’s ability to the utmost.

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The steep initial section – ideal for carvers, and ending with a gliding section – is followed by a steep transition to a stretch of forest. The track makes rapid turns and pure skiing pleasure is guaranteed. This is also the start of the FIS European Cup night slalom in Cheselen.

The slope is both hard and steep and hence is the perfect place to test your prowess. At the end of the steep section it’s time to shift to a lower gear and enjoy some easy gliding down to the valley station at 1,080 metres.

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