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Child-friendly rating/family-friendly rating Belpiano (Schöneben)/​Malga San Valentino (Haideralm)

Test result5 out of 5 stars

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The evaluation is done as follows


Children and families Belpiano (Schöneben)/​Malga San Valentino (Haideralm)/family offers Belpiano (Schöneben)/​Malga San Valentino (Haideralm)

Families will feel right at home in Schöneben because there are good packages and offers. A real highlight is Schöni's children's area at the mountain station of the Schöneben lift. The Joch lift provides safe transportation thanks to child safety restraints. On Lake Resia, ice skating, speed skating, snow kiting, and ice sailing are also offered as alternatives to skiing.


Special offers for families Belpiano (Schöneben)/​Malga San Valentino (Haideralm)

Schöni's children's area

Schöni's children's area is located directly at the mountain station of the Schoeneben lift at 2,150 m elevation. The children will feel very comfortable here with the magic carpets and the carousel. Schöni also visits the children regularly.

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Yeti children's area of the Ski School St. Valentin and practice area

The ski school's children's area is located directly at the mountain station of the gondola lift and offers a magic carpet, igloo and comic figures. The Ski School St. Valentin has won an award for their childcare. The practice area at the Valatsch lift borders on the children's area.

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Information for families and children
  • Children’s area/separate area for children
  • Children’s carousel
  • Wave run for children
  • Adventure course
  • Magic carpet/people mover
  • Children's lifts
  • Ski kindergarten
  • Ski school for children
  • Child care
  • Playground/park
  • Mascot (Schöni)


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