Obereggen - Ski Center Latemar
Obereggen – Ski Center Latemar counts as one of the best ski areas in the Alps and is a member of Dolomiti Superski, the biggest ski resort in the world.
In the last years, Obereggen and the Latemar Ski Center were awarded numerous international prizes. They both offer state-of-the-art lift facilities and sunny slopes for winter sport athletes of every level. 48 km of slopes, night skiing and night sleigh slopes, two snow parks with half pipe facilities, three playing grounds and twelve cosy ski huts guarantee a winter blast from the end of November until Easter. As if that weren’t enough, you can visit the neighbouring ski areas of the Fiemme Valley/Obereggen and enjoy over 100 km of slopes with one single ski pass or appreciate with a Dolomiti Superskipass 1200 km of slopes immersed in the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Obereggen is the world's best ski area with up to 60 km of slopes!
The world's largest test portal for ski areas, Skiresort.info, has given Obereggen and the Latemar Ski Center Latemar 17 awards and designated it a "top ski area." Obereggen is the test winner in the category "slope grooming" and overall winner in the category "best ski area with up to 60 km of slopes." Obereggen was designated the "best-kept secret" and won third place in Italy among the 25 best ski areas of Europe.
The best way to experience skiing in the heart of the Dolomites is with the new ski pass "Valle Silver"! The “Valle Silver” is valid in both ski areas: Obereggen and Carezza with their 90km of perfectly prepared pistes and 33 modern lifts and cable cars.
The new “VALLE SILVER” ski pass is offered in addition to the Dolomiti Superski Pass and the individual ski passes at the respective resorts. It is available at a special discounted price for 5 or 6 days and is valid in all four ski resorts mentioned above.
The new pass also offers skiers and snowboarders access to the ski resorts in Trentino and South Tyrol, with a total of 390km of slopes and 150 lifts and cable cars spread across the resorts Val di Fassa-Carezza, Val di Fiemme-Obereggen, Alpe Lusia-San Pellegrino and Ski Area San Martino di Castrozza-Passo Rolle.
|PRICES||5 days||6 days|
|Adults||218 €||250 €|
|Juniores||153 €||175 €|
|Seniores||196 €||233 €|
|Adults||203 €||233 €|
|Juniores||142 €||163 €|
|Seniores||183 €||210 €|
|Adults||181 €||207 €|
|Juniores||127 €||145 €|
|Seniores||163 €||187 €|
This winter from Monday to Thursday you can skiing for 2 hours accompanied by a ski teacher at Obereggen. The offer is valid only for advanced skiers (from 8 years) and does not cover ski lessons.
- New refuge on the mountain station chair lift Oberholz
- New Telemix Lift Laner (combi lift: chair lift/cable car)
- New 750m long toboggan run from the Malga Epircher-Laner to the valley station Absam-Maierl
100% snow sure pistes
The Obereggen ski area is situated between 1,550 and 2,500 meters above sea-level, and thus offers excellent conditions for unbeatable winter sports fun. But in this, one of South Tyrol's most-beautiful ski areas, we haven't left things to chance: Obereggen is continuing to invest in technical snow generation. In this winter season, 16 new snow generators will be put into operation. With more than 200 snow machines, Obereggen and the Latemar Ski Center boast one of the most-powerful and energy-efficient inventories of snow generators to be found in the southern Alps. The compact snow is produced entirely using sustainable South Tyrolean hydropower and thus guarantees snow fun from December till April.
Numbers & Facts
- 48 km perfectly groomed slopes – 19 % blue slopes (easy), 67 % red slopes (moderate) and 14 % black slopes (difficult)
- 18 modern ski lifts – 14 chair lifts, 2 gondola lifts, and 2 button lifts
- altitude of 1,550 to 2,500 m
- 200 snowmaking cannons
- Night skiing & night tobogganing
- Snowpark Obereggen with Halfpipe
- Brunoland & Yetiland... for children
At the new Night Park on the Obereggen slope (2a - lengh 1780m), snowboarders and freestylers can look forward to new obstacles and lots of new shaped "jib oases" along the Oberholz slopes, which is equipped with flood lights (operated Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday). The Night Park is also open during the day. At the Obereggen Snowpark, too – which is among the best in the Alps – lots of investments continue to be made. Besides new structures, the park also offers many other constructional features allowing it to open for visitors earlier in the season.