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Skiing holiday in South Tyrol

A snowy winter dream

The Three Peaks Dolomites /Drei Zinnen Dolomiten ski resort is part of the world's largest ski network, Dolomiti Superski and provides everything that makes a great skiing holiday in the Dolomites. 110 perfectly prepared kilometres of slopes and 32 cable cars are available in the Three Peaks Dolomites/Drei Zinnen Dolomiten ski resort. There are slopes with just the right level of difficulty for all abilities. The Three Peaks/Drei Zinnen snow park on the Monte Elmo/Helm guarantees winter action for the young and old, as does the children’s ski cross park on the Rocca dei Baranci/Haunold.

Multiple award-winning skiing experience – in the heart of the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site
The ski resort Three Peaks Dolomites/Drei Zinnen Dolomiten has insider tip status and impresses with less crowded slopes for all levels. Here, the focus is still on skiing as a sport. Five interconnected mountains and over 100 km of slopes can be discovered on skis. An unparalleled variety of slopes, perfectly groomed, and top snow safety were all factors for the high score awarded on skiresort.de's website. An added bonus: in South Tyrol, the sun shines 300 days a year. 

Family highlights
Especially our youngest guests will feel right at home at the Three Peaks Dolomites ski resort. Children’s dreams will come true at the region’s top family mountain, the Baranci/Haunold. This is the perfect spot for kids to ski into the valley from the top for the first time on a variety of slopes. Three sledging tracks on various mountains, the only reindeer herd in Italy, the imposing family of giant snowmen, and the cosy ski huts with their own kid’s menus round out the offerings available to families in the Three Peaks Dolomites.


A ski lift connection between Monte Elmo/Helm, Orto del Toro/Stiergarten and Croda Rossa/Rotwand. Two modern 8-man gondolas connect the Monte Elmo/Helm and Croda Rossa/Rotwand ski areas and provide limitless skiing fun on your ski holiday in South Tyrol. The Ski Pustertal Express, which runs every 30 minutes, provides the perfect train connection between the Three Peaks Dolomites and Plan de Corones/Kronplatz ski resorts. This opens up over 200 km of pistes for you. No cumbersome taking off of ski boots, no laborious car journey. Board the Ski Val Pusteria express train, enjoy the landscape and look forward to experiencing the next skiing area.

Absolute nature experience: Giro delle Cime
Have you ever experienced the excitement of skiing 5 mountains in the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage? Since being connected two years ago, the “Giro delle Cime” has opened up this possibility to all. On one tour, you can ascend numerous peaks of this award-winning ski resort and get up close and personal with two provinces, languages and cultures!

Alpine-Mediterranean culinary delights
Recognizing the right time to stop for food and refreshments is also a skill. You will have earned it after a full day out in the snow. Enjoyment and cuisine are top priorities in the Three Peaks Dolomites. Looking for that extra special something? How about Alpine-Mediterranean dishes, pasta and dumplings, served by authentic hut owners!  

The Mobile Card is included in the price of your accommodation and entitles you to use all ski buses in Val Pusteria/Pustertal and Val Badia/Gadertal for free, as well as all public buses and regional trains in South Tyrol.

Anyone who wants to head off to South Tyrol on their ski holiday without too much luggage can leave their skis, snowboard etc. at home and hire top quality equipment suitable for safe skiing and snowboarding fun from one of the ski hire shops. Cross-country skiers, tobogganers and winter hikers also do not miss out in the Three Peaks Dolomites ski resort, as numerous cross-country trails, toboggan runs and snowy winter paths are perfect for exploring here.

Skiers’ Christmas Three Peaks – the world’s only Christmas ski area
The sound of music, delicious food, magical sparkling lights. The Three Peaks Dolomites ski resort nestles in the snow-covered Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. And from 2 December 2017 to 7 January 2018 it will be the one and only ski area in the world to dress up in a fairy-tale Christmas costume

Enjoy your ski holiday in South Tyrol to the full and be impressed by the slopes with snow guarantee in the Dolomites.

Click here to view the operating times of the cable cars: https://www.dreizinnen.com/de/preise-reiseinfo/im-winter/betriebeszeiten-winter.html

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