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Val d'Isarco

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Resorts 8.6
Ski Areas 8.5
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Highest point: 3,269 m
Lowest point: 860 m
Lifts in total: 450
Tow lifts: 137
Chair lifts: 222
Gondola lift: 91
Pistes in total: 1,200 km
360 km
720 km
120 km

Ski holidays Eisack Valley – sunny skiing adventure!

Val d'Isarco lies in the heart of South Tyrol and stretches from the Brenner to the Etsch estuary at Bozen. Dominated by the river Eisack, the valley boasts an impressive diversity of landscape at every time of the year. In the winter 95 km of pistes with varied difficulties invite skiers to the slopes. Whether beginner or expert - there is something for everyone. Due to its special location, the region is known to be very sunny and also snow-sure. Also away from the pistes there are many possibilities to spend an exciting day.


Bressanone (German: "Brixen)" lies at 560 m altitude and, with its over 1,000 years of history, is the oldest and also third largest town in South Tyrol. The ancient bishop's town at the river Eisack offers, besides its winter sports, also a number of cultural sights. Lovely churches, monasteries and chapels are awaiting your visit, as well as the quaint alleys with their cosy shops and restaurants. The pistes and the impressive peaks of the …
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Rio di Pusteria

The resort of Rio di Pusteria (German: "Mühlbach im Pustertal") is located only a few kilometres north of Brixen at the entrace of Alta Pusteria. The muncipal area is located on an altitude from 695 - 3,132 m, the picturesque resort centre is situated on 772 m. Above the centre, the districts Maranza, Valles and Spinges are situated along pretty streets in the low mountain ranges. A mountain railway takes you from Rio di Pusteria up to Maranza. …
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8 km South of Bressanone, located on a sunny mountain street of the Eisacktal, or Eisack Valley/Val d'Isarco, lies the little place Velturno (German: "Feldthurns"). As early as the Middle Ages was this highly appreciated place for the prince-bishops to retreat due to its attractive quietness and its sunny position on the slopes, where they built the Renaissance style Castle Velthurns. Today, exciting guided tours through the castle invite …
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