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    Ski Center Eisacker Wipptal

    Small, family-friendly with snow guaranteed - three catchwords which have come to describe the three ski resorts Racines-Giovo, Rosskopf-Sterzing and Gossensass: fun on perfectly-groomed slopes from the beginning of December to mid April with a single ski pass! Medieval aura with modern charm. The old Fugger town of Vipiteno/Sterzing is a small gem amid spectacular surroundings with its side-valleys Racines/Ratschings, Ridanna/Ridnaun, Valgiovo/Jaufental, Fleres/Pflersch and Vizze/Pfitsch. Meadows and forests, Alpine pastures and glaciers, to a large extent unspoilt nature. Town and countryside complement each other in the most delightful way.

    Ski Areas
    Ratschings ski area
    Sterzing Vipiteno and environs
    In the Ratschings ski area, not far from Sterzing/Vipiteno, demanding skiers can carve over 25 km of perfectly groomed slopes. Mini ski stars will have a great time in the Kinderland play area while in the "fun park" beginners and professionals can practice tricks on the many obstacles. If they have protective equipment, they can also practice on the "Fun-Slope" with the snow elements. Particularly popular with experts are the north-side slopes, which feature grippy snow all they way to spring, or the "Saxner" valley ski run. Above the mountain station, the forest opens up to feature a wide plain that invites you to winter hikes. The toboggan run is the perfect way for the whole family to descend into the valley together. Cross-country skiers will find a challenge on the "Platschjoch High-Altitude Trail," which runs diagonally through the gentle winter landscape on the main chain of the Alps and through spruce forests.
    25km total slope
    8 lifts
    Highest point: 2,150 m
    Ski Areas
    Ladurns ski area
    Sterzing Vipiteno and environs
    Families feel particularly at home in the Pflerschtal valley ski area between the Brenner/Brennero border and the medieval town of Sterzing/Vipiteno. Kids from age 2 can have a blast at "Fichti's Kinderwelt, a 5,000 m² children's winter park. At the ski school, which has received several gold awards, the ski instructors know exactly how beginners best learn to take their first turns. Experienced skiers can carve over the slopes of the forest valley ski run or enjoy the panoramic trail with a view of the Tribulaun and the Weißwandspitze peaks. The nearly 7-km toboggan run from the Ladurner Alm Alpine pasture is fun for young and old. Alternatively, the idyllic landscape in the Ridnauntal, Pfitschtal and Pflerschtal valleys boasts countless winter hiking routes and an exquisite network of cross-country skiing trails. Experienced ski tourers can climb up to the Stubai Glacier or the Zillertal Alps.
    15km total slope
    3 lifts
    Highest point: 2,030 m
    Ski Areas
    Rosskopf ski area
    Sterzing Vipiteno and environs
    Few cities are so close to the slopes: From the picturesque shopping streets of the former Fugger town of Sterzing/Vipiteno, it’s just a five minutes to the valley station of the Rosskopf cable car, which quickly transports guests up to 1,860 m above sea level. On Sterzing's local mountain, also known as the "Sterzing sun terrace," the panorama over the entire Wipptal valley is quite impressive and the Dolomites of the southern Odle mountains reach for the sky. The quickest way back into the valley is via the spacious slopes. Alternatively, discover the idyllic winter landscape of the family-friendly skiing area by snowshoes. The toboggan run is winter fun for young and old at its most popular. With a distance of 10 km, it’s the longest track with artificial snow cover in Italy.
    20km total slope
    5 lifts
    Highest point: 1,860 m