South Tyrol offers plenty of active options in nature also in winter: enjoy wintry temperatures under blue skies: skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, snow-shoe hiking, sledging, winter hiking and much more.
While our striking natural valley landscape shows its gentle side in winter, the mountains are covered in snow and the air smells of unlimited freedom. This is when the skis, snowboards or snow-shoes get put on and you ski or snowboard on perfectly groomed slopes, or hike in deep snow surrounded by a unique landscape and feel the life in your veins. Discover the Dolomites a UNESCO World Nature Heritage site and let yourself go...
After so much adventure, there is nothing more beautiful and perfect, than rounding the day off with a regenerating hay bath, a relaxing massage or a beneficial sauna session.
We invite you to get to know the Belvita Leading Wellness Hotels and regain power and life energy. Winter weeks or special wellness snow packages make your ski and winter holiday a personal adventure. Enjoy the many offers, the unique atmosphere and get spoiled by professionals. Simply enjoy the most beautiful wellness hotels in the sunny land of South Tyrol in a snow-covered winter landscape.
The large ski resorts summarised together:
Ortles/Ortler Ski Arena
The Ortles Ski Arena comprises 15 different ski resorts and offers great variety for skiers, snowboarders, carving, freeriders and telemark, for old and young: steep slopes, numerous variations, exciting fun-parks and skiing pleasures for the whole family.
Belpiano / Malga San Valentino / Maseben / Watles / Minschuns (CH) / Trafoi at Ortles / Solda at Ortles / Val Senales / Schwemmalm / Plan / Merano 2000 / Vigiljoch / Reinswald / Corno del Renon / Monte Cavallo.
Solda is located at 1,900 m - hence rather high, but this is an advantage. The lifts end at 3,250 metres at Beltovo Peak. The world looks completely different from here. Taka a deep breath and enjoy one of the longest downhill slopes (11 km). Skiing guaranteed at the highest level. 40 km of slopes surrounded by 14 mountains with an altitude of over 3,000 metres with the Ortles Mountain (3,905 m) as a highlight. The ski resorts opens at the start of November and awaits guests for sun skiing until the first weekend in May.
The family ski area of Meran 2000 is known for its mild climate, wide array of recreational facilities, and excellent eateries featuring home-style cuisine, table service, and spacious sun terraces. Small and big guests can slide down the slopes on the new Snow Tube lane with a tire. Adjacent you'll find the access to the Alpine Bob and natural toboggan run, which are really fun for everyone!
Experience our unique natural heritage, the Dolomites. The majestic beauty of our mountains awaits you for pure nature pleasures: 1,200 km of slopes, 12 ski regions, Italy's sun and gourmet highlights. This is Dolomiti Superski. Cortina d'Ampezzo / Plan de Corones / Alta Badia / Val Gardena / Alpe di Siusi / Val di Fassa / Carezza / Arabba / Marmolada / Sesto Dolomites-Alta Pusteria / Val di Fiemme / Obereggen / San Martino di Castrozza / Rolle Pass / Isarco Valley / Trevalli-Moena / S. Pellegrino / Falcade / Civetta
Plan de Corones
Modern and varied. Plan de Corones is the biggest and most modern ski resort in South Tyrol. 32 state-of-the-art cable car facilities guarantee unlimited fun. To make sure you don't feel like heaven could fall on top of you when you are up at the top of Plan de Corones at 2,275 m of altitude, numerous rental stations look after your safety. Skis, boots, and the newest models of helmets can be rented on-site and will make your holidays even more beautiful.
Aurina Valley Ski Arena
18 cable cars from 950 to 2,510 m of altitude (1,560 m of difference in altitude!), over 80 km of slopes (25 km blue, 35 km red and 20 km black slopes), and the 5 km long Klausberg toboggan run (floodlit on Tuesdays). Snow guarantee provided by snow machines which can cover the whole area, race slope and two snow-parks. Ski deposit lockers at all valley stations, après ski in bars and traditional huts. Free ski shuttle and toboggan bus.
In Seville in 2009, the Dolomites were declared a World Nature Heritage site by UNESCO. The almost 135,000 hectare nature resort with an incredible amount of spectacular mountain massifs stretches across five provinces in Northern Italy. Nine mountain groups of the Dolomites have been declared a World Nature Heritage site, six of which are in South Tyrol: the nature parks Sesto Dolomites, Fanes-Senes-Braies, Puez-Odle, and Sciliar-Catinaccio with Latemar and the Bletterbach Canyon.
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