Ski resorts in Pusteria valley

Ski resorts in Pusteria valley

In Pusteria valley are located perfectly prepared ski areas in Aurina valley, in Badia valley, in Braies valley, Brunico, San Vigilio di Marebbe, Dobbiaco and Sesto.

The ski area Plan de Corones is the ideal destination for those who decide to spend their holidays in the cold season. No limit are laid down for the winter sports.

The ski area Helm - Monte Elmo in Sesto in the Dolomites.

The ski area Alta Badia awaits you with perfectly prepared slopes to suit every skill level.

Plan de Corones, Helm - Monte Elmo and Alta Badia are part of Dolomiti Superski. It guarantees you 12 different ski areas and 1,200 km of snow covered slopes with just a single skipass. It's truly special when it comes to size and variety.

A fantastic variety of runs, from the easiest and sunniest to the most challenging, avant-garde systems in ski areas Klausberg and Speikboden. Skiing in the most classic and well-known form, or else monoskis, carving or snowboarding, for perfectionists and for the rest of us.

DolomitiNordicski

Pusteria valley is the founding member of DolomitiNordicski and together with other seven valleys (Cortina, Rasun - Anterselva, Misurina - Auronzo, Casies - Monguelfo - Tesido, Comelico - Sappada, Alta Badia and Pusteria valley - Sillian) is committed to optimising the cross-country ski offering.

The key characteristic of the DolomitiNordicski areas is their excellent cross-country skiing organisation. They have all applied the same standard cross-country ski piste measures and the pistes are prepared daily so as to meet all levels of skier demands. 1,000 km of pistes.

Dolomites
The Dolomites

Climbing in the best known and spectacular mountains in the Alps

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Sciliar plateau
Sciliar plateau

The highest plateau in Europe, situated in the middle of the Dolomites

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Oberlechner
Hotel Oberlechner

On a sunny plateau with wonderful views of the Pustertal

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Merano's Alta Via
Merano's Alta Via

The path 24 encompasses the reserve of the Tessa mountains

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