Explore six ski areas in Nord and South Tyrol with just one ticket: five ski areas in the sunny Venosta Valley in South Tyrol, plus the Nauders ski area in North Tyrol. Together they make up the new two country skiarena ticket network from Nauders on the Resia Pass to Solda/Sulden in the Venosta Valley, offering ski fans in North and South Tyrol unlimited winter fun on 211 kilometres of slopes on both sides of the border.

The Ski Areas in Venosta Valley
The high Alpine skiing area of Solda/Sulden is open from the end of October until the beginning of May. It boasts a terrain park, well-groomed runs and deep snowy slopes which rise up to over 3000 meters in altitude. Solda is located in the Stelvio National Park, along with the smaller Trafoi family ski area. A huge terrain park and Ski Cross Parcours can be found in the skiing area of Watles, a top spot for skiers and families in South Tyrol. The Watles area boasts 18 km of skiing slopes, a 4 km luge run and the Nordic sports and biathlon centers in Slingia/Schlinig and Val Martello.
At the area around the Resia Pass there are the Malga S. Valentino/Haideralm ski area and Belpiano/Schöneben, with its brand-new snow park. While the Malga S. Valentino is a ski area for more demanding skiers, Belpiano is ideal for families, skiers and snowboarders visiting South Tyrol. Snowboarders and freestylers can expect a state-of-the-art snow park in Belpiano, with numerous new challenges added every year.