Brauneck is a 1556m high peak in the Bavarian Alps, Germany. The summit is the eastern end of the Benediktenwand-range. It rises about 800m high above the town Lenggries (680m) 10km south of Bad Toelz.
The ski resort of Brauneck in Lenggries features with 34 kilometres of pistes of all difficulty levels of skiing for everyone: 8 km blue (easy), red (medium) 22 km and 4 km black (difficult). The blue slopes is confined mostly to a few beginner lifts located near the valley station of the Brauneck. Here - at the so-called "Streidlhang" - the night skiing takes place from Wednesday until Saturday.
Night skiing under floodlights are possible between 19:00 and 22:00 h depending on appropriate snow conditions of course. Driving with the Brauneck gondola to 1,556 metres high-altitude mountain station, expect the skiers not only many red and black slopes (incl. 6 km downhill to Lenggries Wegscheid), but also a great panoramic restaurant with a breathtaking view all over Valley, on the angle of ISAR, as well as the surrounding mountains of the Karwendel mountains. Prices correspond to the usual level of price in such dining establishments, they are rather low.
All slopes are very well marked and well prepared. The individual lifts are clearly signposted, so that one is hardly can proceed. In the Valley, near the valley station, you will find several ski schools, ski hire and ski service, whatsoever (grow, Sharpen edges, etc.). Also available for fans of cross-country skiing directly in Lenggries total 45 km tracks.