Race track and Speed Check Warth-Schröcken

Get into schuss position!

For adrenaline rushes and thrills at Warth-Schröcken ski resort, you should give the Salober race track and the Speed Check a try. Every turn matters on these ski runs – and often friends, families and companies experience a race where even a hundredth of a second counts.

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Salober race track

To feel like a ski champion for once and to prove their skills on a demanding slope is the dream of many passionate winter sports athletes. Especially, if they can compete against friends and colleagues. 

And that’s just what you can do on the Salober race track, which can be accessed via the Salober-Jet chairlift. Two start options are available for soon-to-be racers. The length and the level of difficulty of the course can be selected based on the needs of winter sports enthusiasts. Giant slalom or slalom: both styles are possible here. 

Two start options


  • Start 1: approx. 35 gates, especially suitable for giant slalom
  • Start 2: approx. 20 gates, suitable for giant slalom or slalom

By the way: Thanks to its location on the northern face of the snowy Warth-Schröcken ski resort, the Salober race track boasts consistently great snow quality until spring!


Organising a race and booking the track

The Warth-Schröcken team will gladly handle the entire organisation of the race for you. The service team is also available for further information on track bookings and more. 

The following services are offered:

  • grooming of the race track
  • provision of rental start numbers 
  • setting the course
  • evaluation of the race via AlgeTime
  • creation of a results list

Speed Check in Warth-Schröcken

On the secured and closed off ski run no. 260 right next to the Kuchlbahn lift, it's literally “neck or nothing”. That means: Wax your skis and get into schuss position – because every second counts! The start of the Warth-Schröcken Speed Check is right next to the mountain station of the Kuchlbahn. The faster you swoosh down the course, the better your time on the scoreboard in the finish area …