The New 2012/13 Ski Season
The Sextner Dolomites ski region is the largest in the eastern Dolomites with 82 km of slopes and 31 lifts in the middle of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The ski region stretches across the villages of Sexten, Innichen, Toblach, Niederdorf and Prags.
Ascend quickly and comfortably with modern ski lifts up to the peaks and then launch into your adventure: skiing, snowboarding or tobogganing. The ski season begins at the end of November and goes until the middle of April – with some remarkable innovations. Welcome to the Sextner Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site!
• Elevation profile: 1,132 m –2,200 m
• 82 km of slopes | 31 lifts | 3 toboggan runs | 1 ski pass
• 3 restaurants (individually managed)
• In the middle of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Sextner Dolomites
More infos under: www.sextnerdolomiten.com
“Campo” Family Run (4.7 km)
The new attraction in the Val Comelico (Padola) ski area southeast of the Kreuzberg Pass is the “Campo” family run. 4.7 m long, 785 m altitude difference and equipped with the most modern snow-making technology. The new slope will be ready for skiers by the beginning of this winter. Comelico can now also score points amongst beginners. The official opening is on 22 December.
Rudi Rentier Path (Rotwand)
Giant wooden figures of the legendary Rudolf the Reindeer accompany ski guests on the new educational path. The extravagant adventure obstacle course leads from the Signaue-Rotwand ski slope (No. 10) over 1.2 km through the winter forest deep with snow to the Moos ski lift (No. 6). Families receive information about slope safety along this new ski path. A visit to the new Rudi Rentier Path is well worth it.
Sextner Dolomites Ski Circuit/Giro delle Cime (now with free guide)
After the huge success last winter when guests as well as locals increasingly used the new Sextner Dolomites Ski Circuit/Giro delle Cime, tours will now be given twice a week this ski season. The day trip on skis across four mountains, 30 km of slopes and 10,000 altitude metres, will be accompanied free of charge on Sundays and Thursdays by a ski instructor. You can pick up information and register for the tour at the ski pass sales desks.