Ski resort ratings for Damuls compared to all other ski resorts. Based on 50 reviews.
|Overall 74||Skiing 73||Skiregion 74|
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Although weve skied in nearly 100 different ski areas in Europe and North America over the past 15 years, wed not really heard of Damuls and the wider Bregenzerwald ski area but after visiting for a day from nearby St Anton in March 2016 well certainly be back. Unspoilt and relatively un-crowded with runs to suit everybody, but best of all a fantastic snow record. The lifts are modern and efficient, with bubbles for the chairs when the weathers bad. A really good ski area, all in all - not huge, but interesting, and with other opportunities further up the valley.
Review by Terry from Portsmouth on Sunday Nov 25th. Visited Damuls in march 2018 as couple
Although weve skied in nearly 100 different ski areas in Europe and North America over the past 15 years, wed not really heard of Damuls and the wider Bregenzerwald ski area but after visiting for a day from nearby St Anton in March 2017 well certainly be back. Unspoilt and relatively un-crowded with runs to suit everybody, but best of all a fantastic snow record.
Review by Terry from Ashford on Tuesday Aug 1st. Visited Damuls in march 2017 as couple
We stayed in an excellent small hotel in Bezau which was a short free bus ride (uncrowded) to the lift at Mellau and then skied over into Damuls via the new interconnecting lift. Although it was the last week of the season, the snow was still very good and most pistes were open. There's a good range of skiing from long blue runs to steep blacks and unpisted ski routes, which are better interconnected than they appear on the piste map. The lift system is efficient and well laid out, being predominantly chairs, mostly with hoods, with only a few buttons and bubbles. Although it was Easter, there were no significant queues or bottlenecks and a wide variety of uncrowded restaurants to choose fro
Review by Danliela Schlick from Bonn on Thursday Apr 15th. Visited Damuls in april 2010 as friends
Mellau is linked with Damuls and has good selection of lifts and runs. Further resorts in the valley can be accessed by a free bus. The 4 person gondola in Mellau was prone to queuing at peak times and a walk to a T-bar was required at the top. Not snow sure so check conditions are OK before you go. No English spoken at ski school and very few Brits in resort. Would recommend Hotel Engel for accomodation.
Review by Janice from London on Friday Mar 5th. Visited Damuls in february 2010 as couple
Damuls is a great little resort with a surprising amount of terrain considering the small 700m vertical *** with pistes spread across three valleys. Most runs are intermediate with a few steeper slopes but all pistes are wide and smooth and offer great riding. Some good little off-piste runs situated under the main six man lift (6SB Hasenbuhel), just remember to stay left of the steep gorge and also just off the rope tow (Gratlift Sunnegg). There are a number of new chair lifts which are speedy but also a number of slower two man chairs which are quite slow and can get a bit tiresome. Eating on the mountain is very reasonable with a decent meal for 6-10 euro. Best place to eat on the mountai
Review by Carol Masey from Boston on Wednesday Feb 4th. Visited Damuls in january 2009 as couple