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Valle Isarco/Eisacktal Clear view. Clear head.

Skiing in Valle Isarco/Eisacktal: High five!

Clear the slope! Clear your head! This is the motto for your winter holiday with children in Valle Isarco/Eisacktal. South of the Brenner Pass, five different skiing areas of all sizes await you. As different as they are, they have one thing in common: their child-friendly offer. Put on your skis and discover one slope after another with your loved ones while skiing in Valle Isarco/Eisacktal.

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Skiing in Valle Isarco – the right slope for everyone

Ladurns – the secret tip south of the Brenner Pass

Small but charming, this is the Ladurns family ski area in rustic Val di Fleres/Pflerschtal. Here, just behind the Brenner Pass, winter still lives up to its name. Perfect snow conditions are guaranteed in this quiet ski area as well as perfectly groomed slopes, which are ideal for beginners and ambitious skiers alike. Family friendliness and cosiness set the tone in the Ladurns ski area, which has been awarded several times as an insider tip by skiresort.de, with Fichtis Kinderland. Speaking of awards: the ski school bears the Gold seal of approval. You see: nothing stands in the way of your adventures on skis and snowboards.

Ratschings-Jaufen for snow lovers

Skiing fun deluxe awaits you in the Ratschings-Jaufental ski area between 1,300 and 2,150 metres above sea level. Thanks to its high altitude and its proximity to the main ridge of the Alps, it is one of South Tyrol’s ski areas with absolute snow guarantee. 25 easy to medium-difficulty slopes are the stuff an all-round successful family holiday in South Tyrol is made of. Using the most modern methods, the trained ski school instructors initiate the little ones into the secrets of the perfect downhill squat, while action lovers lets off steam in the Fun Park with wave, jib, and kicker lines.

Mont Cavallo/Rosskopf – from the slope to the medieval town

Who wants to practice patience while skiing in Valle Isarco/Eisacktal? Probably nobody. How good it is that there are many ski resorts in South Tyrol where the waiting time at the lifts is short, but the skiing pleasure is long. One of them is Monte Cavallo/Rosskopf, which is only a five-minute walk from the town centre. Blue, red, or black? The choice is yours, because the 20 different kilometres of slopes are suitable for every level of ability. While your children are taught by highly trained ski instructors in the Kinderland, you can ski almost all the way to the centre of Sterzing on the valley run.

A match made in heaven: Gitschberg-Jochtal

Two becomes one. The result is a unique skiing area with more than 55 varied kilometres of slopes: Gitschberg-Jochtal. Not only the big ones, but also the little ones will enjoy this ski area, which also connects the two towns of Vals and Meransen. Gimmy the Marmot is always at the children’s side during the ski courses of the certified ski schools. During your winter holiday in Meransen you should definitely check out the Zwergle Winter World in Meransen, the Bambino Club in Vals, and the new Children’s World by the chair lift.

It’s oh so cosy: Plose

Hustle and bustle are foreign words on the Plose, the skiing area of Brixen. When you get off the gondola lift, you will be captivated by the magnificent 360-degree panorama, while your children will run straight to the playground. But stop! You have come to Brixen to ski. Between 1,067 and 2,505 metres above sea level, you will find 40 kilometres of perfectly groomed slopes for beginners, pleasure skiers, and true experts who will get their money’s worth on the legendary Trametsch. In the meantime, the little ones work on their technique with experienced ski instructors.