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    Sellaronda landscape Photo: ValGardena Gröden Marketing
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Ski resorts in South Tyrol

South Tyrol is a region that is characterized by the Alps and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Dolomites. Italy’s north offers plenty of diverse and big ski resorts for skiers and snowboarders.
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The Most Beautiful ski resorts in South Tyrol

Ski Resort · Seiser Alm
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Alpe di Siusi / Val Gardena
The ski resort Alpe di Siusi / Val Gardena gives the possibility to admire the impressive panorama of the snow-covered Dolomite mountain peaks (UNESCO World Heritage Site). The famous villages Castelrotto, Siusi, Fiè allo Sciliar and Tires al Catinaccio are perfect for hiking tours to various mountains: Gruppo del Cir, Sella, Sassolungo, Sassopiatto e Sciliar. The skiing area boasts 175 km of slopes to suit every taste, has a direct connection to the Dolomiti Superski area with 1200 km of slopes, fun parks for snowboarders and a lot of fun areas for children.
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Ski Resort · Zillertal Alps
Skiworld Ahrntal
The variety of features, the majestic panorama of the 80 three-thousand-metre peaks and the down-to-earth friendliness found in the Skiworld Ahrntal alpine huts - that's what makes this popular ski area so special.
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Ski Resort · Zillertal Alps
Cableways Speikboden
With the cableway up to 2,400 meters.
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Ski Resort · Alps
Skigebiet Schöneben-Haideralm
Entdeckt eines der schönsten Skigebiete Südtirols: das Skigebiet Schöneben-Haideralm am Reschenpass im oberen Vinschgau.
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Ski Resort · Dolomites
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Alta Badia
The Alta Badia ski area offers a perfect combination of active holidays, nature and gastronomy. This extensive skiing area in the heart of the Dolomites affords a varied selection of slopes for every level of expertise, along with elegant mountain huts, luxuriously appointed, recalling Ladin architecture and culture.
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Ski Resort · Seiser Alm
Alpe di Siusi / Val Gardena
81% Open
Snow depth Mountain top
26 cm
Skiruns
141.9 km/175 km
Lifts open
67/80
Last snowfall
 
Ski Resort · Zillertal Alps
Skiworld Ahrntal
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Snow depth Mountain top
Skiruns
–/–
Lifts open
-/0
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Ski Resort · Zillertal Alps
Cableways Speikboden
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Snow depth Mountain top
Skiruns
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Lifts open
-/0
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Snow depth Mountain top
Skiruns
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Lifts open
-/0
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Ski Resort · Dolomites
Alta Badia
90% Open
Snow depth Mountain top
40 cm
Skiruns
91.3 km/101.5 km
Lifts open
48/49
Last snowfall
 
Ski Resort · Carnic Alps
3 Zinnen – Hochpustertal
78% Open
Snow depth Mountain top
30 cm
Skiruns
72.4 km/92.9 km
Lifts open
33/45
Last snowfall
 
Ski Resort · Dolomites
Val Gardena / Alpi di Siusi
81% Open
Snow depth Mountain top
26 cm
Skiruns
141.9 km/175 km
Lifts open
67/70
Last snowfall
 
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South Tyrol’s ski resorts are particularly diverse. From the region’s highest peak, the impressive Ortler, to the gentle hills of the Seiser Alm: there are well-prepared slopes for every skill level. The numerous easy and medium downhills especially excite leisure skiers, families and beginners. Moreover, the slopes tend to be blessed with sunshine. Most of the region’s ski resorts are located between 1500 and 3000 meters of height and thus offer plenty of snow.

The World's biggest Ski Area - Dolomiti Superski

Why should you bother to limit your skiing vacation to one ski resort in South Tyrol, if you could discover 12? The Dolomiti Ski Card covers roughly 1200 km of slopes – from the impressive peaks of the Drei Zinnen (three peaks of Lavaredo) via the family friendly ski resorts at Kronplatz to the Alta Badia and Gröden/Seiser Alm and the legendary ski circuit Sellaronda. The entire ski association not only provides perfectly prepared slopes and modern lifts, but also the breathtaking landscape of the snowy dolomites. If you want to enjoy South Tyrol’s culinary specialties, you should visit one of the many mountain huts and their relaxing sun decks.
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updated December 11, 2017

Dolomiti Superski is one of the world’s biggest ski organizations. It covers 12 ski regions in the Dolomites: from Eisacktal in the north to the Three Peaks of Lavaredo (“Drei Zinnen”) in the east and ...

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Family and Beginner friendly ski resorts

There are numerous offers for families in the ski resorts of South Tyrol. Excellent ski schools and numerous wide and blue slopes await little and grown-up in Alta Badia, at Seiser Alm and Kronplatz. The many lifts at Kronplatz provide comfortable and secure ways to reach the mountain tops.

But other destinations in South Tyrol score with beginner friendly slopes. Those resorts also include easy, manageable and wide range of slopes, special training lifts in the valleys, demarcated areas for kids and professional ski schools.

Small ski resorts for aficionados

If you want to spend your winter vacation away from the big ski resorts, there are a few secret spots with a good price-performance ratio. The smaller ski resorts in Klausberg and Speikboden in the Tauferer Ahrntal are ideal for leisure skiers. Long walks, the untouched nature, the fresh air and the regional cuisine offer a calm contrast to the lively Bruneck at the beginning of the valley.

The tranquil plateau of Ritten is reachable via Bozen – you don’t even need a car! The Rittner cable railway takes you from Bozen to Oberbozen. There you can take the original Rittner narrow-gauge railway from 1907 to Klobenstein and from here the bus to the resorts valley station. 15 km of slopes lead over gentle and wide downhills – no sign of confinement, crowds and hectic!

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Val Gardena / Alpi di Siusi by Massimo
July 05, 2020 · Community
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