Fügen/Spieljoch

Ski resorts in Austria
Fügen/Spieljoch belong to Zillertal.

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What do you think about Fügen/Spieljoch?
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AkeBrander
23/06/2019
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Living in Mayrhofen so I know where and when to go.Perfect in January a little tourists

hammarling
26/05/2019 (Modified: 28/05/2019)
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The Fügen is 600 meters away in the northern part and almost where the Zillertal valley begins. When I visited the resort week 4 it was a sunny day to become a day of snowfall and poor visibility. Then it was nice weather the rest of the week.

From the village, a gondola rider takes the long road up to Bergloft. A new lift takes the hauliers up to Onkeljoch, which is the top in the ski area Spieljoch at 2,050 meters above sea level. This gives a good drop height of 1,450 m. A long black piste no. 3 takes the skier down to a lift station. From here you can go by bus for about 15 minutes to the neighboring Hochfugen system with the ski area Hochzillertal-Kaltenbach or back to Fugen. The ski area in Fugen / Spieljoch is small and you go through the system in one day. The variation of the ride is good and the lifts are modern. Therefore, you can spend two days here. It would be desirable for the system to be linked to the system in Huchfugen.
 
The center of the ski area is Bergloft with a large restaurant and shops. A very nice little genuine restaurant is located at piste 3 and is called Geolsalm. Here, there is plenty of off-piste opportunities. To Fugen you can go with a narrow-gauge railway from Jenbach but from the station up to the hotels it is a long hill. So there are taxis that apply from the station to the hotel or from Jenbach. Almost all restaurants and spa facilities are located next to the hotels. Otherwise no entertainment.
 
In summary, Fugen is a good hotel and serves as a starting point for skiing in nearby ski systems such as Hochfugen and Hochzillertal-Kaltenbach. A trip to Mayerhofen is also recommended. The resort is a budget alternative that attracts most elderly and middle-aged Austrians. The joint should not be visited at the end of the season as it is so low that there is a great risk of snow shortage. Rating 2 out of 5 by Börje Hammarling.

Joakim Frank
Joakim Frank (Guest)
27/10/2017
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Juggler
21/04/2009
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A perfect place for learning the beginner. Wide, undulating and well-prepared slopes at the top without congestion. A fine 7Km exam yard down to the valley and as previous posts informed about, there are varied and available offist.

Skidbruden
05/10/2006
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Spieljoch is the small ski system that still has quite a lot to offer. One can for example Challenge each other to see if you fix the ride from top to bottom without stopping 7 km, then it will be.
The lactic acid is guaranteed to peak after such a year.
There is also the opportunity to test good offpiste not too far from the piste.

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Rider: Christian Åkesson Photo: Martin Holm

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