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a winter’s holiday in South Tyrol the
finest ski slopes nestling in a unique mountain landscape
invite you to enjoy pure skiing and snowboarding fun. Skiing
in South Tyrol means not only speeding downhill into the
valleys, but also being bewitched by the incomparable magic
of the magnificent panoramic views.
Dolomiti Superski carousel in the east and the
Ortler ski arena in the west of this
northernmost region of Italy are internationally renowned
winter sports areas and top holiday destinations for all
carving and skiing fans. The ski resorts of South Tyrol,
which is also known by its Italian name of Alto Adige, offer
perfect conditions for every age group and ability level.
The many state-certified ski instructors are there to help
you take your first steps on skis and place particular
emphasis on helping families. And snowboarders and
adventure-lovers will love South Tyrol too! Innovative and
original fun parks are just one attraction
for the large number of visitors from the European
free-skiing and snowboarding scene.
Tyrol’s ski huts make sure that a strenuous day’s skiing
ends in convivial company. Snow bunnies and deep snow
specialists alike can look forward to warming up, partying
and having loads of fun in rustic ski huts. After all, a day’s
skiing without après-ski is like a winter