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    Skiworld Ahrntal in South Tyrol

    Klausberg and Speickboden are two great ski areas in the Tauferer Ahrntal valley. Families in particular love the gentle slopes of the Speikboden ski area. About half of the wide pistes are classified as easy. Klausberg offers diverse slopes and stunning views Both provide an unforgettable skiing experience.

    Ski Areas
    Speikboden ski area
    Ahrntal Valle Aurina, Dolomites Region Kronplatz
    Families in particular will feel at home on the gentle slopes of the Speikboden ski area in the Tauferer Ahrntal valley, where about half of the wide pistes are classified as easy. The Family fun park offers fun for young and old and the snow park gives freestylers the chance to practice their latest tricks. Long carving turns are best enjoyed next to the Sonnklar lift. The ski area’s cable cars will take you up to 2,400 m above sea level, where you can enjoy the scenery of the surrounding three thousand metre peaks either from the viewing tower or on one of the many marked snowshoe hiking trails. An overnight stay in an igloo is one of the romantic highlights of the snow-secure Speikboden ski area. Family fun is not in short supply thanks to the two toboggan runs. At ten and eight km, they are the longest toboggan runs in South Tyrol.
    38km total slope
    8 lifts
    Highest point: 2,400 m
    Ski Areas
    Klausberg ski area
    Ahrntal Valle Aurina
    Keen to experience 3,000 m peaks so close you can reach out and touch them? Then take the K2, South Tyrol’s highest eight passenger gondola lift, up to 2,510 m above sea level on Klausberg. The varied, wide ski runs in the Klausberg ski area are a dream come true and every skier will have the chance to chose a favourite slope. Meanwhile, international ski professionals prefer to train for the slalom event on the particularly long, icy "Steinhaus" slope. In the mountain pasture down at the bottom, kids can learn to ski in a playful way with magic carpets, as "Klausi" the marmot watches over the slides and the igloo in the children's playland. Older ones should check out the ideally equipped snow park, the ‘speed line,’ or the "Klausberg Flitzer" Alpine Coaster. With so much to experience, it’s small wonder that the Klausberg ski area in the Tauferer Ahrntal valley has already received several awards as one of the most family-friendly ski resorts in Italy.
    33km total slope
    11 lifts
    Highest point: 2,510 m