There are many good reasons to visit the Valle Isarco/Eisacktal valley in South Tyrol! It is home to the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage site, magnificent landscapes and perfectly groomed ski slopes – the region is a paradise for nature lovers and active holidaymakers. In spite of this, you are never far from a city, in the skiing town of Bressanone/Brixen, which offers a wonderful alternative to the sporting activities on the mountains. The unique South Tyrolean charm is evident not only in the wide-ranging culinary experiences, but throughout the Gitschberg Jochtal and Plose ski resorts!
Take a look around you! The viewpoints of Stoanermandl, Gitschberg and Astjoch ridge in the Valle Isarco valley ski region offer fantastic panoramas of the South Tyrolean mountain landscape, weather permitting! Keep an eye on the weather conditions with the weather and snow report!
Every skier can find their ideal ski run in the Gitschberg Jochtal and Plose ski resorts. Newbie skiers and ‘just for fun’ skiers can hone their skills on 21 blue slopes. 17 red slopes offer a variety of sporting enjoyment for more ambitious athletes, while professionals and daring skiers can put their abilities to the test on the eight black slopes. In total there are no less than 47 descents, with 95 kilometres of slopes ensuring endless enjoyment on the slopes!
The slope is not enough? It doesn’t have to be! Two snow parks provide an added adrenalin rush. In the Plose Fun Park, the 700 metre course offers plenty of action on its jumps and jibs. Acrobats will feel right at home in the 47 meter long Vals Snow Park, which offers some more jumps and jibs. Three learner areas offer ideal conditions for up-and-coming skiers.
Looking for a little insiders’ tip? Take a snowshoe hike through the amazing South Tyrolean deep powder snow! The view is incredible – you have to see it for yourself to believe it.
Not there, but still want to see it live? A variety of webcams provide impressive insights!
Over 40 kilometres of slopes await you in the Plose mountain area near Bressanone in South Tyrol. Modern lifts take you up to 2,500 metres up the slopes. This self-proclaimed “record-breaking mountain” will delight sledging enthusiasts and snowshoe hikers, as well as skiers. During your Italian holiday, don’t miss out on a visit to the winter sports hub of Bressanone. More on that later.
The Dolomites offer unlimited fun and sports! Simply tailor your skipass to your winter holiday in Italy! From one day’s skiing or a week of skiing for the family, right up to the entire winter season – the Valle Isarco valley ski region is definitely worth a visit! You experience not only one ski resort, but two whole ski regions, and even much more if you want.
Twelve ski resorts in three Italian provinces (to be precise)! The Gitschberg Jochtal – Brixen ski region is a member of Dolomiti Superski, the world’s largest skiing network. The Dolomiti Superski ski pass is the ideal choice for anyone who revels in the challenge of 1,200 kilometres of slopes!
A traditional speck platter, hearty dumplings, fluffy Kaiserschmarren shredded pancake, home-made apple strudel ... served with a fine wine and followed by a typical schnapps as a fiery finale. Sounds heavenly, don’t you agree? South Tyrol takes you pretty close to culinary heaven – and literally a little closer to heaven, at least in a geographical sense.
Ready for a culinary treat? Visit any of the 30 mountain huts and restaurants in the Valle Isarco valley ski region! The perfect combination of regional specialities and South Tyrolean hospitality guarantees an enjoyable refreshment break.