In the sunny Venosta Valley, there are five ski areas, which form part of the Venosta Valley Ski Arena.
In total there are 133 km of slopes which can be enjoyed with the same Ski Pass.
The Sulden/Solda ski area is open from the end of October until the beginning of May. It boasts an amusement park, well-maintained runs and deep snow slopes which rise up to over 3000 meters of altitude. The area is located along with the smaller Trafoi family ski resort in the Stelvio National Park
. The sunny Watles family ski resort
is situated within the Piz Sesvenna-Group in the Upper Val Venosta. At the area around the Resia are the Malga S. Valentino/Haideralm ski resort
, with its brand-new snow park. Apart from exciting days on the slopes, Venosta Valley also offers plenty of culture with its museums, castles and abbeys, as well as the medieval village of Glorenza/Glurns
– the smallest town in South Tyrol.
Skiing in South Tyrol in the Venosta Valley Ski Arena
Explore all five ski areas of Venosta Valley, 39 ski lift facilities and 133 km of slopes with only one Ski Pass!
The family ski resorts of the Venosta Valley Ski Arena offer qualified skiing schools for beginners and advanced as well as ski kindergartens for younger guests. The skiing schools are all members of the "Spezialisierte Kinderskischulen Suedtirols" [South Tyrol specialized ski schools] association.
The Five Family Ski Areas
in the Venosta Valley Ski Arena