Active holiday-goers and families will definitely get their money’s worth on a winter holiday in the Venosta Valley in South Tyrol. Starting with the 2017/18 winter season, the two country skiarena lets you explore six ski regions on both sides of the border, from Nauders on the Resia Pass to Solda/Sulden in the Venosta Valley, with just one ski pass. Skiers and snowboarders, cross-country skiers and tobogganers will find an abundance of ski slopes of all degrees of difficulty in the ski areas of North and South Tyrol.

During winter holidays in Venosta Valley in South Tyrol, vacationers will find pure winter fun at five varied ski areas. Five sun-drenched family ski areas welcome skiers, snowboarders and freestylers to the Venosta Valley with state-of-the-art facilities and slopes of all difficulty levels with terrain parks and fun parks, surrounded by cross-country trails and luge runs for winter sports fans. Alpine huts next to the slopes offer the best in regional cuisine.

The well-groomed ski-slopes are a great challenge for every level. But there is more to winter sport then just skiing. In the Venosta Valley, there are sports centers specifically for biathlon in Val Martello and for Nordic skiing in Slingia/Schlinig, a true cross-country paradise. The 6 km-long Resia Lake has become a popular spot for ice speed skaters, winter windsurfers and snow kiters. There are also plenty of destinations for cross-country, snowshoe hiking and backcountry tours.

Whether you spend your day ice-skating, on a horse-drawn sleigh or engaging in challenging outdoor sports like ice climbing, a visit to the sauna in the evening is the perfect choice to get fit again for the next day.