TRIO INFERNALE in the Alpendorf ski area

Three Black Slopes


The three black pistes of the Alpendorf Ski Resort in St. Johann in the Pongau District form the Trio Infernale. Those three downhill runs are a special challenge for experienced skiers. The trio presents itself in different lengths and with different downhill gradients.


The Hexenschuss with a length of 182 m is the shortest downhill run in the ski resort but its maximal downhill gradient of 70 % packs quite a punch. With a length of 1.045 m is the Schlangengrube the longest black downhill run, which is not groomed after fresh snowfalls and is therefore available as deep-snow downhill run. With regard to length and downhill gradient is the Habergeiss-Ritt with 445 m and 64 % more in of medium range.


With the «Trio Infernale», even ambitious skiers will find an exciting range of pistes in the Alpendorf family ski resort.  


Now there is only one question – who dares to conquer the pistes??

Trio Infernale - the three black slopes in the Alpendorf ski resort
Trio Infernale - the three black slopes in the Alpendorf ski resort

Data & facts about the Trio Infernale

Habergeiss-Ritt Schlangengrube Hexenschuss
Piste No. 50a 55a 52
Maximum incline 33° 24° 35°
Downhill gradient 64 % 45 % 70 %
Length 445 m 1.045 m 182 m

The pistes are marked by boards at the access points.