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With fun beginner and intermediate slopes; Schmallenberg is a great place to learn to ski, and there's a choice of ski schools where you can enjoy the smooth trails. Surrounded by a nature reserve, the gentle slopes are also popular for snowboarding and tobogganing, and at night the trails are lit by floodlights so you can ski under the stars. In the historic town centre you'll find monasteries and churches dating back hundreds of years, as well as small, unique museums that are fascinating to explore.

Things to see

Schmallenberg has 2 ski trails and 3 lifts, making it a small and friendly resort, and the ski school offers tuition for people of all ages who want to enjoy learning in a fun and unpretentious resort. There's a long season, with skiers arriving from November to April, and evening skiing allows for plenty of time on the slopes. There's traditional aprés-ski at the foot of the mountain, with a cosy chalet offering cold beers and hot food after a hard day. The mountain is covered in lush greenery in the summer months, and you can enjoy the fresh air and scenery from the local golf courses, hike through the winding trails, or hire a bike and explore further throughout the picturesque region. The warmer months also bring a rich cultural calendar to the town, with live music in the town square, traditional food stalls, and festivals with dancing going on until the early hours.

Hotels in Schmallenberg

There are many beautiful accommodation options in the area, and if you are looking for luxury hotels in Schmallenberg then you will no doubt be pleased by the selection of 4 and 5 star properties. You'll enjoy upmarket facilities such as plush full service spas, steam rooms, outdoor pools, and fitness centres, as well as restaurants, bars, and even swim up bars where you can cool off on the hottest days. Guestrooms have also been set up for relaxation, and you'll find facilities such as minibars, bathrobes, slippers, premium bedding, and satellite television. Many rooms also have balconies with views of the mountain scenery, and offer daily housekeeping to keep your room clean.

Where to stay

Schmallenberg's history goes back many centuries, with sites such as Grafschaft Abbey beautifully preserved and popular with visitors. Wander around this spa town and you'll see many half-timbered houses that were constructed for the noble visitors of the 19th century who wanted to enjoy the fresh mountain air. There's a wide selection of cosy, traditional restaurants serving rustic cuisine, as well as bars with local brews and fireplaces blazing in the winter months. The town also has some more modern shopping streets where you can pick up anything you've forgotten to pack, and easy connections to the surrounding towns.

How to get to Schmallenberg

Düsseldorf Airport has flights arriving from across Europe on a regular basis, and it's less than a 2 hour drive from Schmallenberg. You can book a rental car or shuttle service from the airport, and there are many private ski services being run during the season. Schmallenberg is also on the Altenhundem-Wenholthausen railway line, and this can connect you with major cities to get you around Europe. Schmallenberg is also easily reached by road, with close connections to major motorways.