The ski resort of Plose has slopes of all difficulty levels. From beginners to experts, there is something for everyone. The slopes are very wide and offer breathtaking panoramic views of the imposing Dolomites. Plose is one of the sunniest ski resorts in South Tyrol and very many of the slopes face south towards the Dolomites. The Trametsch valley run is legendary. It covers around 1,400 vertical metres on 9 kilometres of slopes and is the longest run in South Tyrol.
Total: 42.5 km
Artificial snow-making 80 % of the slopes have snow-making capabilities
Valley run available Valley runs lead to all three entry points: Plose cable car in St. Andrä (Sant'Andrea), Palmschoß (Plancios) and Skihütte (Rif. Sci).
above tree line
under tree line
Plose and Trametsch runs · Length 9 km · Elevation difference 1390 m The Trametsch is the longest run in South Tyrol. It starts as the Plosepiste slope at 2,457 metres with an amazing view of the Dolomites and then continues as an attractive black valley run down to Plose base station at 1,067 metres.
Most difficult run
Trametsch (north-west slope) · Length 6 km · Elevation difference 983 m The Trametsch black slope is a highlight for experts. It runs parallel to the Plose gondola lift. The amazing steep sections, very curving route and the short gliding sections promise lots of thrills for experts. If you start at the mountain station of the Rifugio CAI chairlift, you will cover around 1,400 vertical metres to the end.
Snow park/Fun park
Speed measurement course offered - free of charge Speed check at the Plose slope