The Ortler Skiarena is a ski carousel including 15 skiing areas and 400 km of ski slopes, accessible with one single ski pass.
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15 skiing areas in South Tyrol, one skiing area in Nauders in North Tyrol and another one in the Val Müstair valley in Switzerland, near the border to South Tyrol, form the Ortler Skiarena. This ski carousel has been named after the highest peak of South Tyrol, the 3,905 m high "King Ortles".
The Ortler Skiarena includes 400 km of ski slopes, perfect for experts as well as beginners. Would you like to spend your skiing holidays with your family or fully dedicate yourself to winter sports? It does not matter, as there is something for every taste! The skiing areas are located between 1,000 and 3,250 m a.s.l. and comprise two glacier skiing regions: Val Senales and Solda (in the picture), offering perfect conditions from autumn to late spring. The Ortler Skiarena also includes the skiing areas Merano 2000, Plan Passiria, Monte San Vigilio and Schwemmalm Ultimo in Merano and surroundings, Corno del Renon and Reinswald near Bolzano, Monte Cavallo and Ladurns in the Upper Valle Isarco as well as Belpiano-Malga San Valentino, Trafoi and Watles in Val Venosta.
The small Minschuns skiing area in Switzerland is located close to the Romanesque convent in Müstair, a World Heritage site. Nauders in North Tyrol, however, can be found near Passo Resia and is part - together with the skiing areas of the Val Venosta - of the Two Country Skiarena.
The Covid-19 emergency containment measures in place unfortunately prevented the start of the 2020/21 ski season, with normal ski operations scheduled to resume next winter.