The skiing area on the Schnalstal Valley Glacier offers 35 kilometres of prepared slopes and pure ski fun for winter sports enthusiasts and families, all year round. 18 different slopes of varying degrees of difficulty, 1 snow park for freeriders and snowboarders, a tobogganing hill and 2 Nordic ski tracks make the ski region a special experience. Those who come to ski will certainly get their money’s worth – no overcrowded slopes, no waiting for lifts and no mass tourism. Just this guarantee: there will be snow. That’s the reason Marcel Hirscher and his elite competitive skiers train on the Schnalstal Valley Glacier. The cable var whisks you up to 3,212 metres, where you can enjoy a unique panorama view over the Alps. The Schnalstal Valley Glacier is a true gem. The views are incomparable in South Tyrol and skiers love the abundance of sunshine. The numerous rustic mountain huts and inns invite one to warm up, have a bite to eat and enjoy the ambience.
Currently:The family-friendly glacier ski area is open continuously from September until May.
The new Lazaun lift cuts riding times significantly and offers a comfortable ascent in the gondolas.
You found more information lifts and prices here.
There is a practise slope in the valley especially for beginners and children. The “magic carpet” brings the little ones up the hill on which they can practise their first turns on skis. Oh, and there’s a tepee and an exciting snow cave waiting to be discovered ...
The Schnalstal Valley Ski School makes learning to ski fun for children 4 and older. More information on the children’s ski school and courses can be found at www.skischuleschnalstal.com
Kids under 10 (born 2008 or after) can ski accompanied by a parent for only €3 for the whole day. This offer is also valid for each child per family and for multi-day ski passes.
For snowboarders and freeskiers: The Schnalstal Valley Fun Park promises action and fun. There’s a lot to try out here, with an easy line with boxes designed especially for freestyle and snowboard beginners (rainbow, wave box, straight-down box and straight boxes), kickers of up to two metres, and a wave line.
Mountain Station of the Senales Valley Glacier (3.213m)
Hardly any other valley provides climbs without extreme ascents to so many three-thousanders in winter like the Schnalstal Valley. The 3,738-metre summit of the Weisskugel is an unforgettable touring destination for ski mountaineers.
Snowshoeing is a romantic way to get acquainted with the Schnalstal Valley when it’s deep in snow. Those who prefer group outings can participate in our weekly snowshoe hikes.
The Schnalstal Valley also has beautiful winter hiking trails and sunny paths for walkers. Here you’ll find tips for winter hikers and walkers.