Skiing in Val Gardena in South Tyrol

Ski paradise Val Gardena

Val Gardena has become famous for its winter sports and belongs to the almost 100 “most modern” transportation types to the encompassed areas in the alps.

For every skier Val Gardena offers ski slopes of varying difficulty but above all, the gorgeous panorama right below the Langkofel, Sella, and Geisler range will take your breath away!

For satisfying your appetite one may find various mountain house eateries in the area and be able to rejuvenate or simply enjoy the sun and the scenery without a care!

Magical evenings in Val Gardena's huts / Après Ski

After skiing or snowboarding people meet in “Alpine huts” and celebrate or party late into the night. Only when the moon rises over the snow does the crowd start to disperse. It is well worth experiencing.

Skipass “Val Gardena - Seiser Alm”

This area encompasses unlimited accsessability including many ski lifts in the Val Gardena - Seiser Alm reaching to the Sella- and Grödner Joch as well as connecting to roughly 85 mountain trains and lifts all together 175 km long.

Skipass office Ortisei
Reziastraße 77
39046 Ortisei
phone & fax: +39 0471 799022

Schipass Dolomiti Superski

The absolute “ideal” place for every ski-fan is the ski pass “Superski Dolomiti”. It includes the ski areas Alta Badia, valle Isarco Valley, Val Gardena / Seiser Alm, Hochpustertal, Karersee, Kronplatz, Obereggen as well as the neighboring provinces Trentino and Belluno.

This winter organization encompasses about 450 lifts and over 1,220 km of prime runs all at your service.

Gherdëina Ski-Express

The Gherdëina Ski-Express provides easy access to the skilifts of the Val Gardena valley.

The fare for a 7-days ticket for unlimited use of the ski busses is 6,00 €. It is valid both for the busses which serve the valley as well as for the shuttle busses within the villages.

The interval during the peak season is 15 minutes. Timetables and routes are available at the tourist offices or at your accommodation.

Please note that there is a fee for most of the parking places at the skilifts.

Emergency Calls 118

Alpine Warning Signs

Warning sign for closed ski slopesWarning sign for danger of avalanches

Warning signs for closed ski slopes and danger of avalanches.

Those signs are there for a reason, so please do not ignore them.

Wood carving in Val Gardena

The art of wood carving has been practiced in Val Gardena for centuries and today the wood carvings from Val Gardena are worldwide well known.