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    Ski areas in Meran/Merano and environs

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    Schnalstal ski area
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    At the glacier skiing area in the rustic Schnalstal valley, slopes start at up to 3,200 m elevation. From October to May, the long ski season is also popular with international skiing and cross-country skiing professionals for high-altitude training. In just minutes, the highest-climbing cable car in South Tyrol takes visitors from the village of Maso Corto/Kurzras to the snow-secure slopes, where there are pistes for all skill levels. Almost half of these are black! The "Teufelsegg", for instance, is notorious, while the new slalom training course "Leo Gurschler" with a gradient of up to 60% and the "Schmuggler" ski run into the valley are both challenging. Schnalstal valley is also known as a fantastic ski touring region: Many of the surrounding 3000-m peaks can be reached without long climbs. Finally, the demanding "Ötzi Glacier Tour" takes visitors to the Tisenjoch, the discovery site of the famous iceman, or you can start the "Ötztaler Runde" circuit.
    42km total slope
    11 lifts
    Highest point: 3,212 m
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    Meran 2000 ski area
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    From the lively spa town of Meran or the picturesque village of Hafling/Avelengo, the cable car and the gondola Falzeben transports guests up to the high plateau, which is also known as the "Sun Terrace of Meran". At the Kinderland playground Outdoor Kids Camp, little snow bunnies can romp and frolic while freestylers and snowboarders jump and slide in the snow park. The slopes, most of which are easy to moderately difficult, are spread over the St. Oswald, Kesselberg and Mittager ski mountains. At the latter, sporty skiers play daredevil at the eponymous black slope. The wide range of offers for all ages and levels of ability has already earned the Meran 2000 ski area several awards for its family friendliness. In addition to leisurely winter hikes with mountain hut stops and romantic horse-drawn sleigh rides, the ski area is also a good starting point for demanding ski tours. The year-round mountain roller coaster provides a thrill: the Alpine coaster whizzes along the tracks at speeds of up to 40 km/h!
    40km total slope
    8 lifts
    Highest point: 2,300 m
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    Pfelders ski area
    Meran Merano and environs
    The word "hectic" simply does not exist in the vocabulary of Plan/Pfelders. Here, amidst the fairytale winter landscape of the pristine Passeiertal valley, nature lovers and families in particular can enjoy the relaxed atmosphere. Plan is one of the "Alpine Pearls©", a group of mountain villages dedicated to sustainability. During your skiing holiday in Plan, you won’t need your car because it takes a maximum of 3 minutes from the accommodation to the lift in this traffic-calmed village. The Pfelders ski area features slopes for all levels of ability as well as cosy mountain huts. With snowshoes or cross-country skis, you can discover the untouched landscape of the Texelgruppe Nature Park on your own. Elsewhere, romantics lace up their skates at the natural ice rink.  If, on the other hand, you are looking for an adrenaline rush, Corvara/Rabenstein has one of the largest ice climbing facilities in Europe.
    18km total slope
    5 lifts
    Highest point: 2,502 m
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    Schwemmalm ski area
    Meran Merano and environs
    On the slopes of Schwemmalm in the Ultental valley, leisure-minded skiers and beginners can rub elbows with professional skiers training for the next World Cup. In addition to 25 km of variety-rich slopes, rustic mountain huts with regional delicacies provide an attractive combination of sporty and culinary enjoyment. Freestylers love the Schwemmalm ski area for its powder snow slopes. For ski touring enthusiasts, there are countless routes in the Ultental valley at various levels of difficulty with more challenging options at the glacier at the end of the valley. The most personal way to experience the pristine Ultental valley is along the cross-country skiing trails or countless winter hiking trails that lead past centuries-old farms with traditional shingle roofs. Or you can hike to the starting point of the "Moscha" natural toboggan run and speed down the slope on two runners.
    25km total slope
    6 lifts
    Highest point: 2,600 m
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    Vigiljoch ski area
    Meran Merano and environs
    Winters on the Vigiljoch mountain have a certain nostalgia factor. In particular, arriving via Europe's second oldest ropeway (built in 1912) is a real experience. In the past, Lana's local mountain was a popular destination for spa guests from Meran/Merano and there were even international ski races held here in winter. These days on the Vigiljoch mountain, you will find untouched nature and quiet places of energy in addition to modern aspects like the "Vigilius Mountain Resort" wellness hotel by star architect Matteo Thun, which blends harmoniously into the landscape. One way to reach the family-friendly ski slopes is via the historic chairlift. The panorama of the surrounding mountains and the romantic winter landscape of the car-free high plateau can be discovered particularly well on a winter or snowshoe hike. A lively atmosphere prevails on the toboggan run and during ice skating on the legendary "Schwarze Lacke" mountain lake in the middle of the forest.
    5km total slope
    4 lifts
    Highest point: 1,815 m
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