Ski tours
in the South Tyrolean mountains

Out and about on
touring skis and snowshoe

Enjoy a holiday in South Tyrol and go on ski tours and snowshoe hikes with fantastic views. The mountains around Campo di Trens/Vipiteno invite you to explore them on snowshoes and touring skis. Gently climb up the slopes, step by step. Meditation could not be better... at the top a fantastic panoramic view opens up!

Our touring tips for your ski tour holiday in South Tyrol: Cima di Stilves – Einachstspitze – Monte Muro – Monte Cavallo “Köpfl ” – Piccola Punta di Montecroce – Monte di Piano. All these tours start in the area around Vipiteno. If you would like to take tours around Bressanone and in Val Pusteria during your ski tour holiday in South Tyrol we are happy to advise you.


Here you can find the current avalanche reports:
South Tyrol avalanche bulletin (German)
Tyrol avalanche bulletin

Our Tip: Renowned mountain climber and mountain guide Hans-Peter Eisendle or one of his partners are happy to accompany you on your ski tour holiday in South Tyrol. The Alpine-technique workshops with Hans-Peter Eisendle are great fun too. Contact us: we are happy to organise your ski tours with mountain guide Hans-Peter Eisendle.

Cross Country Skiing
around Vipiteno

100 km of cross country ski track

More and more people become cross country skiing enthusiasts, and for good reason: Cross country skiing combines sporting activity with the experience of nature.

Around Vipiteno the side valleys of Vizze, Fleres and Racines invite to fun on cross country ski tracks. In December and January Val Ridanna is very sunny and benefits from guaranteed snow. From February Val di Vizze with 25 km of perfectly prepared cross country ski tracks is an insider’s tip. If there is only limited snow lower down, the high altitude cross country ski tracks in Racines-Giovo and at the Campo Cavallo guarantee your skiing fun.

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