The winter sports area of Gitschberg-Jochtal stretches from 1,400 to 2,500 m a.s.l. and can be reached from Rio di Pusteria via the two villages of Maranza and Valles. The particularly family-friendly skiing area does not only stand for skiing, snowboarding, tobogganing and cross-country skiing, but also for winter hiking.
The Racines-Giovo skiing area comprises the area between 1,300 m - 2,150 m asl and is one of the most snow-sure, offering state-of-the-art lift facilities. Also the well-groomed slopes make this skiing area a popular winter holiday destination. A high-altitude cross-country ski trail and a fun park complete the offer in the skiing area.
The Solda skiing area, situated at the foot of the Ortles mountain and stretching from about 1,900 mt up to 3,250 above sea level, guarantees best snow conditions on its magnificent slopes, cross-country ski tracks and pleasant winter walks.
About 5 km from the center, the Merano 2000 skiing area provides slopes for every difficulty level and varied other possibilities: There is a vast trail network, a natural sledge track, a big area for kids and a monorail toboggan run
It is winter at the largest lake of South Tyrol, that is to say the 6 km long Lago di Resia. The steeple in the lake is not only the emblem of the area, but its absolute highlight and a highly popular photo scene. As far as sports are concerned, it is a place that provides varied possibilities and great fun. Snow kiting, ice skating, winter walking, cross-country skiing, tobogganing… the variety is rich. Unforgettable and sun-drenched holiday experiences, that’s what guests are going to make in the skiing areas in the surroundings of Passo Resia. Join us and immerse into this particularly idyllic place.
Skiing fun without any rush and crush expects you in the skiing area Trafoi. 10 km of varied pistes can be found, ideal for pleasure skiing, but also demanding ski-runs are on offer for experts. In Trafoi the attention is directed to families, due to this the young ski talents are a big talking point here. Panoramic skiing in majestic nature in Trafoi and surroundings – come with us!
In the Val Gardena valley, surrounded by the mighty scenery of the Dolomites, the conditions for winter sports enthusiasts are just great. The Val Gardena skiing area offers 115 km of well-groomed ski slopes and is part of the ski carousel Dolomiti Superski as well as of the Sella Ronda ski circuit.
Experiencing winter sports, soaking up the sun and enjoying the unique mountain scenery: the Ski Area Carezza at the foot of the Catinaccio Group in the stunning world of the Dolomites is a family-friendly skiing area. Eight hours of sun every winter day are only some of the strong points of this fabulous skiing area.
Peer.tv takes you on a trip to the Val d’Ega at the foot of the Latemar, in the heart of the Dolomites, Unesco World Heritage Site. The sun-drenched Obereggen skiing area does not only offer an amazing mountain scenery, but also perfectly groomed ski slopes, a snow park with half pipe, a variety of mountain huts and much fun. A ski resort test by Peer.tv.
Surrounded by the fantastic Dolomites, in the rear part of the Val Badia valley, there is the Alta Badia skiing area. The slopes in this area are part of the Sella Ronda ski circuit and are accessible with one ski pass only. The team of peer.tv has tested the slopes, as well as the winterly atmosphere and some sun-drenched spots.
Our drone lifts off in the Belpiano-Malga di San Valentino Ski Resort. There is 65 km of carefully prepared slopes which ensures a very entertaining and diverse day of skiing in the border triangle region of South Tyrol, Tyrol and Engadin. The new gondola lift now connects the two ski resorts of Belpiano-Malgo and San Valentino. When taking the „Höllental“ lift, there are stunning views of the Resia countryside.
Not far away from Bressanone there is a winter paradise with 40 km of slopes for skiers, snowboarders and tobogganists and many paths for hikers: the ski area Plose. While enjoying a break on the numerous sun terraces of the mountain huts, the view stretches on the Dolomites‘ peaks, among them the Odle di Funes, the Odle di Eores and the Sas de Putia. The panorama is amazing, even more if seen from a bird‘s eye view.
Have you ever tried skiing? Or do you ski or snowboard like a professional, but you would like to refine your technique? Perhaps you prefer pleasant skiing holidays with your family or skiing on a glacier? There is a huge variety of skiing areas in South Tyrol, you just have to choose!