Skiing in South Tyrol

On your skis, get set, go!

Head to South Tyrol for skiing! Far away from mass tourism, several family-friendly, relatively small skiing areas, which make skiing in South Tyrol a leisurely, stress-free experience for children and adults, await you here in Val Venosta/Vinschgau.
So that you are well equipped for skiing in South Tyrol you can find a list of the nearest ski areas in Val Venosta/Vinschgau here, which will provide you with the necessary variety for your skiing holiday.

From the Lamm nature & activity hotel the Watles ski area can be reached in about 15 minutes by car and provides easy to moderately difficult slopes for beginners and advanced. The small, family-friendly ski area of Trafoi all’Ortles/Trafoi am Ortler is ideal for skiing in South Tyrol with its 10 km of slopes in all levels of difficulty and is roughly 30 minutes away from here by car. One of the most well-known ski areas for skiing in South Tyrol is the Solda all’Ortles/Sulden am Ortler ski area, which has more than 44 kilometres of well prepared slopes in different levels of difficulty and is internationally well-known. There are two more family-friendly ski areas towards Passo di Resia/Reschenpass, which are just 20 minutes away by car – the Malga San Valentino/Haider Alm and Belpiano/Schöneben. Here skiing in South Tyrol can be enjoyed to the full with the whole family, as it can in the Nauders ski area in Austria, just the other side of the border.

Only 20 minutes’ drive from Tubre/Taufers in Val Monastero/Münstertal lies the ski resort Minschuns in Switzerland. With 25 slope kilometres and four ski lifts, it offers winter fun for skiers, snowboarders and carvers and is ideal for families with kids as well as ambitious winter sports fans.

With the Ortler Skiarena ski pass you can use 16 ski areas and 300 kilometres of slopes in total – isn't skiing in South Tyrol incredibly wonderful?

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