Ski resorts Eisacktal
Those who travel to South Tyrol in winter will find excellent skiing conditions here. Especially in the Eisacktal, one of South Tyrol's main valleys, skiers from all over the world get their money's worth. The Eisacktaler ski area is divided into different ski areas, each of which has its own special charm.
Plose Skiing area
The ski area is one of the most popular winter sports areas in the Dolomites. On the numerous more than 2,000-metre-high peaks, skiing fun is guaranteed on a total of 40 kilometres of perfectly groomed slopes. Visitors have seven modern lifts at their disposal. The nine-kilometre-long Trametsch valley run, which covers a difference in altitude of 1400 metres, is famous far beyond the regional borders. In addition to the numerous slopes, the Plose ski area also has more than 12 kilometres of toboggan runs and about 12 kilometres of winter hiking trails.
Skiing area Gitschberg Jochtal
Another very popular skiing area is the Gitschberg Jochtal skiing area. Wonderful skiing days are guaranteed on a total of 55 kilometres of well-developed slopes. With 15 lifts, thousands of skiers are transported to the various peaks every day. And if you like a bit more variety, the fun park in the middle of the ski area is just right. The youngest visitors will also find plenty of winter sports fun in the Kidspark.
Ratschings-Jaufen ski resort
The Ratschings-Jaufen ski resort in the Ratschingstal valley in South Tyrol offers plenty of skiing fun on a total of 25 kilometres of ski runs. While professionals are sure to get their money's worth on the black runs, beginners are right at home on the easy beginners' slopes. And thrill-seekers will find plenty of challenges in the Ratschings fun park. For cross-country skiers, the ski resort has a real highlight in store with the Platschjoch high altitude trail, which is 1,800 metres high and 16 kilometres long. This starts at the ski resort's mountain station.
Rosskopf ski resort
The Rosskopf ski resort near the city of Sterzing is distinguished primarily by its spectacular mountain panorama. A total of 20 kilometres of slopes are available to winter sports enthusiasts from all over the world. But it's not just skiers who get their money's worth here. There are also plenty of experiences for hikers and toboggan fans - including on the longest illuminated toboggan run in Italy, which can be completely covered in snow, on request.