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Back to the roots – the most beautiful ski tours

Snowy winter landscapes, idyllic loneliness and majestic mountains: that’s all you need to have the best ever ski tour. The fascinating sport, far off from the ruckus on the slopes, is  something like national sport in South Tyrol. We scouted out some of the most beautiful tours in the region, just for you!

 difficult |  medium |   easy

Merano & surroundings

Skitour to the Kuhleitenhütte hut

Starting at Falzleben, this beautiful tour takes you over the slopes of Merano 2000 and up to the farmed Kuhleitenhütte hut. A special highlight: on thursdays and fridays you can take the tour during the evening hours as the floodlights are turned on then. The workers preparing the slopes along the one you need to take will not work between the hours of 5.30 pm to 11.00 pm, just so you can enjoy your evening ski tour in peace.

Gondola Falzeben

ca. 2 h

ca. 6 km

750 hm

2.361 m

December – March

Val Venosta


This one is a demanding glacier ski tour that leads you up the second highest mountain of the Ötztaler Alpen: the Weißkugel. This area, that is adjacent to Austria, offers some of the most beautiful views to anyone who can storm its peaks! The downhill slopes over the wide hillsides are also graced with amazing views.

Parking space at the valley station in Maso Corte

ca. 7 h

ca. 14,6 km

1.730 hm


March –

Valle Isarco

Hohe Kreuzspitze

South of the Stubaier Alps between the Passeiertal valley and the Ratschingstal valley lies the beautiful Hohe Kreuzspitze mountain. This tour with its unique landscape takes you from Flading, over the Klammalm hut and then upwards towards the peak. There are different variants to reach the peak, snow conditions allowing.

Parking space Flading

ca. 4,5 h

ca. 10,7 km

1.200 hm

2.743 m

January – February

Bolzano & surroundings

Pfattenspitz & Hirscheck

This fairly simple ski tour in the Sarntaler Alps is ideal for beginners seeking to climb a peak on their first ever tour. The tour starts in the forest and leads you up hillsides that aren’t too steep. Then you reach the Pfattenspitz. If you want, you can continue your tour following the ridge in the eastern direction, until you reach the Hirscheck.

Bus station Valdurna

ca. 3 h

ca. 7,4 km

890 hm

2.432 m

December – April

Val Gardena – Alpe di Siusi

Odla di Valdussa

This tour is medium difficult to master. It starts at the mountain station Col Raiser and leads you over the Regensburger Hütte hut, at almost 3.000 meters above sea level, and on to the peak of the Odla di Valdussa. Upon reaching the top you’re rewarded with amazing views of the Geislergruppe, one of the most beautiful mountain ranges in the Dolomites. The descent leads you down to the valley station of Col Raiser.

Mountain station Col Raiser/Valley station Col Raiser

ca. 3 h

ca. 12,1 km

780 hm

2.942 m

March –

Val Pusteria – Val Badia

Col Bechei de Sora

This panoramic tour in the Naturpark Fanes-Sennes-Prags nature park leads you from Pederü over the Faneshütte and then passes by the Limosee. It leads you all the way up to the Col Bechei de Sora at over 2.700 meters above sea level, where amazing views of the entire Fanesgruppe, Pragser and Ampezzaner Dolomites mountains await. Simply breathtaking!

Parking space Pederü

ca. 4,5 h

ca. 17 km

1.210 hm

2.756 m

January –

Region of the Three Peaks


The skitour to the Hochebenkofel is really quite demanding. But you can reach the peak, at 2.905 meters above sea level, with skis under your feet from almost no other place. This is super rare in the Dolomites. Oh, but once you reached the top? The views of the Tre Cime di Lavaredo Dolomite region are something out of this world!

Parking space Val Campo di Dentro

ca. 5,5 h

ca.19,2 km

1.455 hm

2.905 m

January –

In friendly collaboration with the Alpenverein Südtirol