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Ortler Region

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Resorts 9.1
Ski Areas 9.1
info about ski region
Highest point: 3,250 m
Lowest point: 1,570 m
Lifts in total: 15
Tow lifts: 4
Chair lifts: 7
Gondola lift: 4
Pistes in total: 52 km
21 km
16 km
15 km

Ski holidays Ortler region - majestic mountains!

Amidst the national park of Stilfserjoch, framed by 14 peaks, each above an altitude of 3,000, lies the Ortler region. Its named after the 3,905 m high, most well-known glacier in the eastern Alps. The grandiose landscape surrounding the Ortler captivates both visitors of winter and summer. Around the Ortler, you can experience pure skiing fun from November - May, including the impressive panoramic view of the Ortler, Cevedale, and the Königsspitze.

Malles Venosta

Impressive medieval buildings, strong fortifications, the highest Benedictine abbey in Europe and the incredible natural landscape of the Upper Vinschgau: welcome to Malles Venosta (German: "Mals"), the second largest municipality in Southern Tyrol, with around 5000 residents. The centre of the village is at an altitude of around 1,000 m and is the main resort in the idyllic holiday region of Vinschgau. The resort's appearance is characterised …
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In the Upper Venosta Valley (German: "Vinschgau"), between Matschertal and the Ötztal Alps, the muncipality Sluderno (German: "Schluderns") is located on an altitude of 921 m. The sunny resort shows its rich history as a traditional mountain village with its coloured house facades and the gothic Katharin's church. The cultural Region of Venosta is characterised by a far-reaching cultural history and much historic evidence, and the Vinschgau …
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Solda (German: "Sulden am Ortler") is situated at the foot of the Ortler (3,905 m), Southern Tyrol's highest mountain. The resort in which mountaineering legend Reinhold Messner found his second home and established a flock of yaks on the alpine pastures welcomes winter sports enthusiasts in a ski area on 1,900 - 3,250 m altitude with guaranteed snow all winter. In Solda, leisure time fun can not only be had on the slopes: explore the beautiful …
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The natural beauty of the Ortler region has been well-known for quite some time, even dating back to 1935 when Italy's King Viktor Emanuell III donned the region the "National Park Stilfser Joch." In the heart of this nature-lover's paradise lies the municipality of Stelvio (German: "Stilfs"), with around 1,200 residents living along the lower half of the dominant mountain of South Tyrol, the King Ortler. The 3,905 m giant belongs to the …
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Not too far from the Swiss border lies the rustic mountain village of Trafoi in the idyllic countryside of the Stelvio National Park. A magnificent mountain backdrop, with multiple peaks of 3000 m, surrounds the village of 90 inhabitants and the Ortler mountain (3,905 m), the highest in Southern Tyrol, looms nearby. Trafoi itself is located at a significant altitude of 1,570 m and is therefore right in the middle of the impressive mountain …
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