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Skiing in South Tyrol

Skiing in South Tyrol After Christmas time - the perfect time for winter recreation and active recreation. Both can be found on farms, for example, the association Roter Hahn. Amazing nature, snow, delectable cuisine, and 300 sunny days a year. This is South Tyrol.

South Tyrol is the perfect place to relax, to take advantage of and winter sports enthusiasts. Season here, in most cases lasts until the beginning of April. Fans of downhill skiing is certainly familiar with the ski resort of Val Gardena, or Val Gardena. It lies on the ski circuit Sella. Precisely groomed slopes are for this ski resort synonymous. If you are interested to know the local hills and culture, the hotel can recommend a farm Drockerhof. Its owner, you will be given not only as a host, but also as a ski instructor on the slopes.

Among the more popular ski resorts also include Schwemmalm Ulten, where car exports skiers to a height of 2,625 meters above sea level. Near the slopes of the mountain you will find a renovated historic farmhouse Aussergrubhof, where you can meet both with a rustic Tyrolean tradition and with excellent homemade organic products of own production.

One of the sunniest places in South Tyrol is Welschnofen and Carezza ski area. Even at this resort, which is among those with the longest tradition, you will find well-groomed slopes, lovely locals and fine cuisine of South Tyrol. With local artisan products can meet your taste buds, for example, on a nearby farm Kronlechnerhof.

Farms Association Roter Hahn
are spread not only in the valleys and nearby ski resorts, but some stand alone on the mountain giants. They are especially ideal for those seeking more tranquility. And they are very suitable for lovers of ski mountaineering. Just open the door, put on skis and head towards South Tyrol massifs and stunning countryside. In addition, farmers themselves are happy to share their experiences and tips on the route.

I really difficult, often lasting several days, touring routes worth seeing. They are truly breathtaking experience. For this type of trip, however, you need a guide.


Source: tz, editorially modified



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