Ski area Alta Val Venosta: Resia Pass - Belpiano and San Valentino
Broad valleys, steep slopes, breathtaking ski runs: this is part of what you will find in the Alta Val Venosta ski resort. Skiing enthusiasts can cross with their skis 3 different country boundaries : in fact, you can venture around the ski domains of Italy, Austria and also of Switzerland. The Alta Val Venosta ski resort is a unique area also because of its glaciers which reaches up to 3,000 m and which guarantee lots of fun on the snow. If you prefer cross country skiing, snowboarding or other winter activities, here you will find mountain of snow and always excellent as well as up-to-date lift facilities.
Three ski domains and just one lift pass await you in the Passo Resia ski district. Here, the Belpiano, Malga San Valentino and Nauders ski areas will offer you 28 lifts allowing you to reach 2,850 m of altitude, with 110 km of ski runs with different difficulty levels.
Moreover, the Maseben area welcomes families as well as those who enjoy very distinguishing winter landscapes and safely skiing. This area is also very appreciated by freeriders and ski mountaineers, and it is also a real cross country paradise: a unique and peaceful oasis with lots of well-prepared trails. Not to miss is the Slingia Nordic Ski Center in Watles, with tracks of different levels and modern as well as efficient facilities, the slopes of Nauders which cross the border between Italy, Austria and Switzerland.
Belpiano, Malga San Valentino and Maseben are part of the Ortler Ski Arena which includes 15 different ski resorts among the best ones of South Tyrol. Snowboarders can literally go wild in the superb Funpark of Nauders, which shortly got awarded by the best specialized magazines and which is also suitable for younger snowboarders.
Even out from the slopes you get lots of fun. Heaps of powder snow, ideal for some winter walking tours or some snowshoe hikes, among woods and across the tracks on the valley bottom.
An alternative to skiing is ice skating on one of the local ice stadiums, or also in the fairy scenery of the Resia lake. Thrill seekers can experience ice climbing on South Tyrol’s highest peak, or practice ice sailing on the San Valentino lake and the Resia lake.
Besides, there are also lots of activities for children, from the sledding tracks to the wide choice of ski kindergartens and snow parks, which entertain the kids and keep the parents relaxed.