The ski resort Alpincenter Wittenburg (alpincenter Hamburg-Wittenburg) is located in the County of Ludwigslust-Parchim, Germany. Alpincenter Hamburg-Wittenburg is the most northern snow dome in Germany. It is a 30-minute drive from Hamburg on the A24, which is the Autobahn between Hamburg and Berlin.
Alpincenter is home to the slope is the longest indoor ski slope, which is 640m long, 30 m wide, and has a snow depth of 40 cm.
For beginners and kids, there is a 90 m and 40 m wide practice slope with a 10% descent. Beginners will have a perfect start at the blue slope with a descent of 17%. They can reach this slope, after getting out of the chairlift, on the left and right sides of the top hall area. This slope section is located on the right side in addition to a conveyor belt for re-ascent.
Passionate skiers will mostly enjoy the red slope with a descent of up to 31%. They can reach this slope, after getting out of the chairlift, on the left and right sides of the top hall area.
Apart from winter sports, it offers various other activities.
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