Carezza Dolomites ski area
The Carezza Dolomites ski area is one of the most traditional in the Alpine region. The first ski resort was opened back in 1950 at the foot of the Rosengarten massif. Today, a modern cable car facility leads up the erstwhile "Paolina" route and an additional 15 lifts connect the 41 km of slopes. The ski area is accessible from Bolzano/Bozen in about 20 minutes and is considered a true insider tip for families. At the "King Laurin Children's World," little ones can immerse themselves in the enchanting, legendary world of the Rosengarten and learn to ski in a playful way. Meanwhile, more practiced winter-sports enthusiasts can carve down the sun-kissed slopes, speed down the toboggan run, or follow the track of the cross-country skiing trail with stunning views of the Dolomites. Apropos, there is no other place in South Tyrol where you can ski more sustainably. The Carezza Dolomites climatic ski area, for instance, only uses water from its own reservoir to produce snow. Snow groomers use snow depth measurements to ensure that they only groom the slopes to the extent necessary.