The Harakiri Run on Action Mountain Penken is the most demanding slope in the Zillertal. For the first few turns, most skiers are still feeling brave so they try to go fast. But they quickly realize that in order to tackle the legendary Piste No. 34, they will need to slow down and be a lot more cautious. This is definitely not your average descent. It’s the Harakiri Run – and it demands respect. With a grade of up to 78 percent, it’s for experts only, and for most of them, it’s the highlight of their day, if not of their entire winter holiday.
Are you ready for the Harakiri Run? Still not sure if you can handle it? Then try out Piste No. 12, the not-so-extreme Devil’s Run, first. The steep part at the end is known among the locals as the “Harakiri Test.” If you can make it down that slope, you are ready to tackle Austria's steepest slope adventure!
Please note: Because of the artificial snow and the steep gradient, you will often have to deal with icy riding conditions. Before you try to tackle the Harakiri Run, check the requirements below.