Skiing in North and South Tyrol

The ski areas in the Venosta Valley and Nauders at Resia Pass

Explore three ski areas in Nord and South Tyrol with just one ticket: two ski areas in the sunny Venosta Valley in South Tyrol, plus the Nauders ski area in North Tyrol in Austria. Together they make up the Two Country Skiarena ticket network from Nauders on the Resia Pass to Watles in the Venosta Valley, offering ski fans unlimited winter fun on 159 kilometres of slopes on both sides of the border.

All 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 3.000 meters in altitude. Solda is located in the Stelvio National Park, along with the smaller Trafoi family ski area. Another family skiing area in South Tyrol is the Watles skiing area in the middle of the Sesvenna group in the Upper Venosta Valley. 18 kilometres of pistes, a 4 km long toboggan run as well as the cross-country skiing and biathlon centre Schlinig and the ski cross courses make Watles the ideal area for a winter holiday in South Tyrol with the family. On the Resia Pass is the snow-sure skiing area Belpiano-Malga S. Valentino ski area/Schöneben-Haideralm, which attracts not only demanding skiers. Snowboarders and freestylers can expect a state-of-the-art snow park in Belpiano-Malga S. Valentino with numerous new challenges every year.
The four ski areas in Venosta Valley
Solda ski resort
Solda/Sulden is located amidst the Ortler Mountains in Stelvio National Park. The ski area is open six months a year and offers over 44 km of slopes for experienced skiers and other winter sports enthusiasts.
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Trafoi ski resort
The Idyllic Family Ski Area at the Ortles
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Belpiano-Malga S. Valentino Ski resort
At Resia/Reschen, near the tri-border area where South Tyrol, North Tyrol and the Engadine meet, you’ll find the sun-drenched ski resort of Belpiano-Malga S. Valentino, one of South Tyrol’s most popular family ski areas.
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Watles ski resort
The sunniest skiing area in South Tyrol
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Ortler Skiarena
The Ortler Ski Arena in western South Tyrol offers relaxing winter holiday variety for the whole family on the pistes of 15 ski areas – with just one ski pass. The Ortler Ski Arena in western South Tyrol offers relaxing winter holiday variety for the whole family on the pistes ...

Ski area Belpiano-Malga San Valentino/Schöneben-Haideralm
Bus line 276 (timetable): Vallelunga/Langtaufers-Curon/Graun-Resia/Reschen
Bus line 273 (timetable): Malles/Mals-San Valentino/St.Valentin-Resia/Reschen-Nauders

Ski area Watles
Bus line 277 (timetable): Watles

Ski area Solda/Sulden
Bus line 271 (timetable): Spondigna/Sponding-Prato/Prad-Solda/Sulden
Experience Winter – in Venosta Valley in South Tyrol
Pure winter fun for vacationers in the Venosta Valley:
from solitary winter hikes and ski tours in lonesome mountain areas, to five varied and top-rated modern ski areas for skiers, snowboarders and lugers, cross-country skiers and biathletes.
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