Winter holidays in Venosta Valley:
Skiing fun for the whole family
NEW 2018/19: The Belpiano e Malga San Valentino ski areas are now united!
Skiing in the „two-country-point“ Italy and Austria - boundless skiing for everyone: demanding, easy, short and long ski-run. New standard chair lifts with seat-heating, amazing view on the valley and the high mountains! 1 Skipass, 2 countrys and 6 ski areas: Malga S. Valentino/Haideralm ski resort and Belpiano/Schöneben, Nauders in Austria, Watles, Sulden all´Ortler and Trafoi all´Ortler.
NEW from December 2019
The two ski areas of Belpiano e Malga San Valentino are now united. The construction works are making great progress and are going according to plan. The new ski areas should be put into operation in time for the opening of the 2018 winter season. The unification of the two ski areas will make the new ski area of Belpiano-Malga San Valentino a highly attractive year-round resort, increasing its appeal for families, beginners, returnees and snowboarders.
- 10 passenger gondola from San Valentino to Belpiano - with a length of 4.3 km, it's the longest of its kind
- Connection ski slope Belpiano-Malga San Valentino
- the new adventure descent 10-passenger gondola “Höllental”
- “Höllental” ski slope - with stunning panoramic views of the Reschensee and the church tower in Graun.
And new this year, the ski bus will take guests to the Belpiano-Malga San Valentino ski area!
Skiing, snowboarding, cross-country, Ski-tours, sledge, snowshoe-walking, ice skating, sleigh ride and ice climbing are possible. A 20 km long cross- country course, a luge- run, the ski area Maseben (in front of the house) and the indoor swimming pool in Curon offer the best possibilities to stay fit.
For those who like it more comfortable: a walk through the winter landscape or a carriage-ride to the alpine pasture “Melag”, which is managed the whole winter.
Even kite- surfing on the lake of Resia, hikes on the deep-frozen lake and around the tower of Curon, as well as the ice-skating course in Resia and on the “Haider”-lake are special attractions.
There are hardly queues at the lifts.