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Quanto bene conoscete l’Alto Adige? Le tradizioni, la storia e gli usi e costumi di ogni sua valle? Se a queste domande scuotete la testa, allora siete finiti sulla pagina giusta. In questo blog vogliamo condividere con voi esperienze, eventi e particolarità del nostro amato territorio, i punti panoramici più belli da cui ammirare il tramonto, le migliori ricette di ogni singola valle (le calorie non si contano!) e le attività più entusiasmanti. E molto, molto di più. Partite per un viaggio virtuale attraverso l’Alto Adige!

Goodbye winter? Nah! Here’s where you can keep on skiing.

Skiing in the kingdom of King Ortles/Ortler

Do you know this feeling? When everybody is talking about how wonderful spring is, with the blossoming almond trees and magnolias, the chirping birds, and the extra-long evenings ... but you actually want to hold on to winter a little longer? Südtirol privat has got you covered! We’re about to tell you where you can still enjoy the winter season.

Ski season goes on in Sulden!

Sulden ski area has its slopes at an altitude where other mountains have their peaks. It’s situated in the kingdom of King Ortles/Ortler, between 1,900 and 3,250 metres above sea level. Which means that it offers you the perfect snow conditions when other ski areas are already closed. This year you can hit the slopes until 1 May 2024! At the moment, the snow depth on the mountains in Sulden is still an incredible 1.80m! 44km of slopes in different difficulty levels let your winter dream go on. Lifts and cable cars are open every day from 8.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. Besides, there’s also a family card for the first time this winter, which gives you and your kids spectacular discounts of up to 30%.
After an eventful day on the slopes and in the pleasant sun, you can look forward to an aperitif or your favourite cocktail in a bar with mountain view. Not bad, right?


Skiing in summer? On the Passo dello Stelvio/Stilfser Joch!

If after Sulden, you’re still longing for a skiing day, you can try out Passo dello Stelvio/Stilfser Joch ski area, from June to November. It’s no wonder that the Stelvio/Stilfser glacier is a beloved (and largest!) summer ski area in the Alps. From Passo dello Stelvio/Stilfser Joch, at 2,760, you reach Punta degli Spiriti/Geisterspitze, at 3,450m, where 9km of slopes and three cross-country ski trails await you. Perfect for those who never have enough of winter!

PS: In case you’re one of those people who have definitely finished with winter and are now fully focussed on spring, there are countless wonderful hikes through blossoming Alpine pastures and apple orchards, as well as along the “Waalwege” canal trails in Val Venosta/Vinschgau!

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