Stelvio national park

Stelvio National Park

With its 134,620 hectares, the Stelvio National Park in Venosta valley stretches out amidst the central Alp ranges.

Monte Zebru
Monte Zebrù

From butterflies to deer, marmots, lammergeyers or golden eagles, as the largest wildlife preservation sanctuary in the Alps, the Stelvio National park offers a safe haven to one and all, from its valleys below to the Ortles and Cevedale glacier tops it stretches across.

Cevedale glacier
Cevedale glacier

Exactly the same goes for all visitors as well: the guided hiking and wildlife-watching activities offered by the National Park are a fundamentally exceptional experience.

Dolomiti Superski
Dolomiti Superski

12 different ski areas and 1,200 km of slopes with a single skipass

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Ortler Skiarena
Ortler Skiarena

15 different ski areas and 330 km of slopes with a single skipass

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Pfeiss
Hotel Pfeiss

For those are looking for quiet and relaxation or prefer to pass an active holiday

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Val Senales
Val Senales

At 3,200 m, large ski slopes, cross-country trails and a challenging toboggan run

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