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Meran & Environs From the mountain to the city

Four wins! Skiing in Meran & Environs

Countless hours of sunshine, pleasant temperatures even in winter, and slopes with snow-guarantee for every taste – these are the ingredients for an all-round successful winter holiday with children in Meran and Environs. Skiing in Meran means one thing above all: lots of fun for young and old. All four ski areas in Meran and its Environs belong to the Ortler Skiarena ski association.

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Meran 2000: follow the sun

Seven minutes are all it takes to glide from the spa town directly to the Meran 2000 ski area with the largest cable car in South Tyrol. 40 kilometres of slopes with various degrees of difficulty, a snow park for freestylers and snowboarders, and the Outdoor Kids Camp with three magic carpets and lots of space for skiing and playing await you up here on the sunny plateau of Meran. And if you want to take a break from the slopes in between, we recommend a speedy ride on the Alpine Bob, which will definitely awaken the inner child in you.

Follow the traces of Ötzi – the Schnalstal Glacier

You’ve definitely heard of him. The world-famous Iceman was found on the Schnalstal Glacier, where winter sports enthusiasts from all over the world meet from September to May. Among them are top athletes preparing for the World Cup. No wonder, because the family-friendly and affordable ski area in Val Senales/Schnalstal impresses not only with its snow-guarantee, but also with its 33 kilometers of slopes for every taste and a spectacular view of the surrounding mountain world. A special highlight: the eight-kilometre-long Smuggler’s Run, which leads along rugged rocks directly to the family hotel on the slope.

Schwemmalm, where ski stars train

None other than skiing ace Dominik Paris learned to ski on the Schwemmalm. The small but beautiful ski area in the rustic Val d’Ultimo/Ultental with a total of 25 kilometres of slopes is not only a popular training location for international ski stars, families also appreciate the peaceful atmosphere. In the Bärenhöhle ski kindergarten with its huge snow castle, children can learn to ski in the morning and after lunch they can play, do handicrafts, and paint with their new-found friends. And while the children have fun, the parents can whizz down the perfectly groomed slopes in the meantime.

Small but charming: the Pfelders ski area

Another insider tip among ski stars is the snowy ski area in Pfelders, the tranquil mountain village in Val Passiria/Passeiertal. With its 18 kilometres of slopes, located at up to 2,500 metres above sea level, cosy huts and spectacular view of the snow-covered mountain peaks, it is a delight for families and pleasure skiers alike. Trained ski school instructors are not only there to help children and beginners, but also help advanced skiers perfect their technique. A special highlight awaits you on Thursday evenings, namely night skiing with floodlights at the Gampen lift.