The new 10EUB Komperdell
Seilbahn Komperdell GmbH has invested over 60 million euros in the new Komperdellbahn, which will provide a new level of comfort from December 2023!
Everything is new! The cable car route now leads up to Komperdell via a mid-station on the Mitterlabfahrt. The new intermediate station offers several advantages.
On one hand, the Gampen area is relieved as the ski school groups can now easily ski down the middle run to the mid-station. On the other hand, the lower section of the descent can be bypassed with a descent from the station to the valley.
The Leithe Wirt restaurant can be reached in just a few minutes on foot from the station via an additional (winter) hiking trail.
The new valley station was built a little further north on the slope, making the access area to the Sunliner and the forecourt between the Komperdell and Alpkopfbahn more spacious.
The “Check-In” ski depot at the valley station has been generously expanded and equipped with around 5,000 parking spaces.
The mountain station was integrated into the existing building at Komperdell; all levels are now connected via escalators and elevators.
The new ski school area at the mountain station is at ground level - with direct access to the Kinderschneealm.
The 10-passenger cabins ensure a transport capacity of 3,000 people per hour and impress with their modern design and generous space inside. Skis and snowboards can now be taken into the gondola. To make it easy for children to get on and off, the cable cars move very slowly in the stations; these areas are of course suitable for strollers and are barrier-free.
Numbers, data, facts:
- Valley station: 1,442 m
- Mid-station: 1,610 m
- Mountain station: 1,982 m
- Length of the first section: 566 m
- Length of the second section: 2,075 m
- Total length: 2,641 m
- Difference in altitude: 540 m
- Transport capacity: 3,000 people/h, in final expansion: 3,500 people/h
- Number of supports: 20 supports
- Travel time: 10.5 minutes
- Construction costs: 60 million euros
You can find the latest information at our Baublog der Bergbahnen (in German).