Audi quattro funslope
Skiing with extra fun
The Audi quattro funslope in Obergurgl – Lots of Fun for the Whole Family
Waves, steep curves and plenty of surprises – if you’re looking for an exciting alternative away from the common slopes, paying a visit to the to the brand-new Audi quattro funslope in Obergurgl is your best bet!
To all those of you who never had the pleasure to ride through a Funslope – You’re looking forward to a mix between a common slope, a cross and a snowpark that is perfectly suited for the whole family. On a length of 500m you’ll not only find fast paced steep curves and wave elements but also highlights such as the huge Fun Twister made of snow, a bridge and the speed boost!
Werner Hanselitsch, manager of the lift operating company Obergurgl, also pays a visit to the Funslope from time to time – “We decided to have a Funslope in order to guarantee a maximum of diversity for our guests. Of course, it’s also my turn to test the Funslope every now and then. It’s a lot of fun on a snowboard as well! The Wallride has to be my favorite feature, because it does remind me of skateboarding a lot. That doesn’t mean that I’m not equally fond of the Fun Twister, the sound elements and the rainbow bridge, though!”
Of course the Funslope isn’t just the perfect terrain for skilled winter sports enthusiasts – quite on the contrary! As soon as you’ve managed to take your first steps on your skis or your snowboard, you’re set and ready for the Funslope. Besides, the course is also the perfect place for young children to practice their balance skills. “I’m certainly convinced that the Funslope caters for all ages. From small children to seniors and everybody in between, everyone is guaranteed to have lots of fun. We had the same experience with facility in Obergurgl, by the way.”
If we have struck your interest and you want to try it out yourself – The brand-new Audi quattro funslope in Obergurgl can be reached conveniently via the Roßkarbahn or the Festkoglbahn. See you soon in Obergurgl - the diamond of the Alps!