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Winter Holiday in South Tyrol and Tyrol

Ski holiday during the winter holidays in Tyrol or South Tyrol.

Deep blue sky, sunlit slopes, fast boards, sociable après ski - do you imagine your perfect ski holiday like this? Don't just dream about it, but experience unparalleled skiing pleasure in South Tyrol or Tyrol at top prices that make skiing holidays affordable for families too! And those who need a little support for their first turns on the slopes can get professional help from the numerous ski schools.

Carving
Carving - Fischer Sports
South Tyrol - Winter
South Tyrol - Winter - Fischer Sports
Ski fun in Tyrol
Ski fun in Tyrol - Fischer Sports
Freeride
Freeride - Fischer Sports
Deep snow skier
Deep snow skier - Fischer Sports
Children's ski fun
Children‘s ski fun - Fischer Sports
Deep snow skier
Deep snow skier - Fischer Sports
Ski fun in the snowy South Tyrol
Ski fun in the snowy South Tyrol - Fischer Sports

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Skiing in Ratschings
Preparation before skiing

Before skiing, thorough preparation is important to maximize safety, comfort, and fun on the slopes. Here are some essential steps for preparation:

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Ski resorts St. Anton and St. Christoph at the Arlberg

The extensive ski areas around the Arlberg are not only attractions for enthusiastic winter sports enthusiasts, but also the cradle of alpine skiing. When tradition and modernity meet high up on the mountain, it means incomparable slope enjoyment for everyone.

Pitztal Glacier Railway
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Pitztal Glacier Ski Area

The ski area around the Pitztal Glacier in Tyrol is still considered an insider tip among winter sports enthusiasts. On 68 kilometers of slopes, both beginners and advanced skiers get their money‘s worth. Annual highlight for freeriders: the Pitztal Wild Face race.

Ski school East Tyrol 3000 in the ski area Matrei/Kals
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Fun from the start: Tips for skiing beginners

Every beginning is difficult, and no master has fallen from the sky when it comes to skiing either. But it doesn‘t have to be that difficult if you prepare well and pay attention to a few things.

Ski Resort Plose
Plose Ski Resort

10 lift facilities and numerous slopes (43km) with varying levels of difficulty ensure pure winter sports enjoyment from December to the end of March in the Plose ski area, right in the middle of the Dolomites.

Skiing in South Tyrol
Ski fun in Pfelders

In the Pfelders ski area (1,601m and 2,502m), a total of 10km of perfectly groomed ski slopes await you. A combo lift with 8-person cabins, a 6-person chairlift, two T-bar lifts, and a snowmaking system are available for winter sports enthusiasts.

Meran 2000
Ski fun in Meran 2000

The ski resort Meran 2000, a sunny winter paradise above the spa town of Meran, offers a diverse range of activities for winter sports enthusiasts. With an altitude between 1,609 and 2,350 meters and an excellent infrastructure, it is an ideal place for skiers, snowboarders, and winter hikers.

Kronplatz cable car and ski slope
Ski Mountain Kronplatz

The characteristic Kronplatz summit at a height of 2,275m is an ideal ski mountain. From a distance, one can recognize the typical ‘bald head‘. More than 200 snow cannons can be used for snowmaking and 35 piste bashers ensure optimal slope conditions.

Ski area Klausberg (Steinhaus)
Skiworld Ahrntal: Klausberg and Speikboden ski resorts

The Skiworld Ahrntal, an idyllic ski resort in South Tyrol, offers a perfect mix of sporting challenge and family fun in a breathtaking Alpine setting.

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  • most family-friendly wellness hotel
  • enjoy the winter landscape
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  • Spa Minera Acqua Minera
  • spicy wines
  • be active together

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Skiing in the Hochpustertal

The 3 Zinnen Dolomites ski area, with its five connected ski mountains and a total of 115 kilometers of slopes, offers an ideal skiing experience for connoisseurs. Characterized by an unparalleled variety of slopes, top-class slope preparation, and guaranteed snow reliability, the area meets the highest demands. The natural beauty of the Dolomites, which makes skiing in this region a unique experience, is particularly noteworthy.

Aerial view of Langkofel with ski resort
Val Gardena Ski Resort

The world-famous ski resort has a lot to offer. Most people know Val Gardena because of the legendary World Cup ski races that attract thousands of fans every year and are broadcast worldwide on television.

Meransen Gitschbergbahn
Gitschberg Jochtal Ski Resort

The Gitschberg ski area is located between 1,400m and 2,500m above sea level above Meransen. Among the many advantages of the area are the wide, perfectly groomed slopes that offer all skiers and snowboarders enough space for free riding.

Alta Badia / Praloncia ski area with Puetzgruppe
Alta Badia Ski Resort

The famous Alta Badia ski resort is centrally located in the Dolomites. The highest mountain stations are at an altitude of around 2,500 meters. With the ‘Dolomiti Superski Pass‘ from the Dolomiti Superski network, you can also use the facilities in Alta Badia.

Ultental - Ski panorama
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Ski Resort Schwemmalm

Fantastic slopes and snow fun on the Schwemmalm in the Ultental: The skiing fun starts right here at the doorstep!

Skier with appropriate equipment
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Accessible skiing and cross-country skiing enjoyment in Tyrol

A physical handicap is no longer an obstacle to sporting activities these days. Not least because of special sports events like the Paralympics and the intensive media coverage about them, the fantastic achievements of athletes with disabilities are well known and recognized by the general public.

The western starting point of the Krimml Express in the Zillertal Arena
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Skiing in the Zillertal Arena

The Zillertal Arena is one of the most beautiful, largest, and most modern ski resorts in the Alps.

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