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Skiing, carving, snowboarding in South Tyrol
To go skiing, carving and snowboarding in South Tyrol is a
unique experience. Winter sport becomes alive in the best known
locations in Italy.
South Tyrol is situated on the sunny side of the Alps. In
you can find many small but nice ski resorts like
Sulden near Ortler or
in the Hochpustertal valley, with its well-tended slopes. On the other
hand there are the well-established ski areas like Gröden and Kronplatz.
Throughout the region, skiers and snowboarders can expect many
attractions, like black slopes, night skiing and cool
with half pipes and rails. Also children will spend unforgettable days
in the snow and will playfully learn the basics of skiing and
snowboarding while having the time of their lives.
The two greatest highlights in the Alps are the “Dolomiti Superski” ski
circuit which comprises 10 ski resorts, and the “Sella Ronda”. It is a
26 km long circuit which connects The Alta Badia valley, Gardena valley,
Fassa valley and the Buchenstein valley. At almost every holiday resort
a ski bus service operates.
To ski and snowboard amidst a magnificent scenery, surrounded by
forests, mountain tops and a winterly landscape, and the modern
infrastructures are the foundation for a top-class winter vacation!
A snow reliability until spring is guaranteed. Highly modern facilities
and sunny weather contribute to the ultimate winter experience with
breathtaking views for skiers, carvers and snowboarders alike.
To go skiing, carving and snowboarding in South Tyrol's ski resorts
means no standing in line for a long time at the ski-lifts, no crowds on
the slopes, family-friendly slopes, but also with downhill runs for
The region's ski resorts cater for beginners, advanced skiers and
snowboarders, experts, families and children. That's what skiing and
snowboarding in South Tyrol is all about!