South Tyrol’s countless ski resorts are waiting for you: high up in the mountains, a bit lower down in the valley or on the glacier, South Tyrol boasts the biggest ski circuit in the world – the Dolomiti Superski., which stands for first-class skiing fun. The world’s biggest and most modern ski circuit was created through the merger of 12 large-scale ski resorts in the Dolomites. The possibilities offered at Dolomiti Superski are almost endless.
Dolomiti Superski -
Top skiing holidays in South Tyrol
Whether experienced skier or beginner, 1.200 kilometres of pistes are at your disposal here. Around 450 lift facilities ensure that you quickly get back to dizzy heights after your downhill ride, and 300 piste bullies are out and about every night to make sure that you find optimal piste conditions in the morning. The Ortler Skiarena skiing association encompasses 16 ski resorts and is South Tyrol’s second-largest ski circuit. A total of 14 ski resorts are located in South Tyrol’s west, one in Switzerland (Grisons) and one ski resort is situated in the Trentino (Non Valley). Endless fun on more than 300 kilometres of piste is guaranteed in any case. The ski resorts of the Ortler Skiarena are situated in between 1.500 and 3.200 metres in altitude. Such heights also offer two glacier ski resorts where skiing is possible even in summer: Sulden am Ortler and the Val Senales glacier tracks. The Ortler Skiarena is equipped with 66 lift facilities in total.
Ski touring paradise South Tyrol
Thanks to its unique mountain world is South Tyrol an excellent location for ski touring and offers many attractive touring destinations. Whether the Sarntal Valley Alps, the Taufer Ahrntal Valley, Prags Valley, Ortler area, Val Senales or the Dolomites, there are plenty of touring destinations in South Tyrol. Ski tours in South Tyrol are an unforgettable experience. Enjoy snow-covered slopes, mountain peaks and landscapes. Once tried - hooked forever; this is how many see it when they first start the adventure of ski touring. An extensive snowshoe hiking tour is the best way to fully enjoy the tranquillity of the snow-covered landscape. South Tyrol’s impressive winter landscape is best experienced in that way.
Winter in South Tyrol –
Winter hiking, cross-country skiing, tobogganing and much more
A winter hiking tour through South Tyrol’s snow-covered winter landscape is pure bliss for body and mind. Many of South Tyrol’s hiking destinations are very rewarding and well worth a tour in winter. Cross-country skiing through South Tyrol’s winter landscape under a glorious blue sky is a unique experience. You don’t have to look far to find a cross-country ski track. From the Grödner Valley into the Vinschgau District, from the Regglberg into the Eisacktal Valley; you are already expected at locations throughout South Tyrol. There is a total of 1.800 km of cross-country ski tracks waiting for you in South Tyrol. Most cross-country ski tracks are located near the ski resorts. Tobogganing is fun for the entire family! Racy downhill rides with friends or family, fun is guaranteed on South Tyrol’s toboggan runs. Whether day or night - an exciting ride into the valley on two blades is always a special highlight. The South Tyrolean ski resorts offer the best conditions for tobogganing.