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Groeden is one of the largest ski resort in South Tyrol. You can also ski 500 km of connected... more
Alta Badia is one of the largest ski resorts in South Tyrol and is located in the middle of the... more
The Kronplatz ski resort is one of the larger ski resorts in South Tyrol. The villages of... more
The Ratschings ski resort is a nice, medium-sized ski resort in South Tyrol.
The main ski resort of the Sesto Dolomites (Helm-Rotwand-Kreuzbergpass) stretches from Sesto,... more
The ski resort is not one of the biggest, but under the motto "small but fine", there are... more
It is a medium-sized ski resort which stretches from Obereggen to Pampeago and to Predazzo.... more
The Carezza ski resort in South Tyrol is a medium-sized resort which stretches from Welschnofen to... more
Speikboden is not the biggest ski resort, but there is an elevation difference of 1450 m from the... more
The Gitschberg Jochtal ski resort is the largest ski resort in the Eisacktal and is included in the... more
The Klausberg ski resort is a medium-sized ski resort in Italy. It offers the largest elevation... more
The ski resort stretches across three mountainsides surrounding the small village of Sulden am... more
The ski resort stretches across the Alpe di Siusi, the largest mountain plateau in Europe. The... more
The glacier ski resort offers up to 8 km of slopes in the summer. In the winter, you can ski on 35... more
The ski resort is one of the smaller ski resorts in Italy. The slopes are spread out between the... more
The Haider Alm is a small to medium-sized ski resort on the Reschen Pass. It's part of the Reschen... more
The ski resort above Sterzing on the Rosskopf is one of the smaller ski resorts in South Tyrol.
The Ladruns ski resort is considered to be one of the smaller ski resorts in South Tyrol.
The Feldthurns/Velturno ski area has one pommel lift and two slopes.