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Schwemmalm Ski Area

A family holiday in Val d'Ultimo (Ultental)

Schwemmalm Ski Area, located in the picturesque Val d’Ultimo, has 25 km of ski runs and sunny slopes that make it a real insider’s tip for families and nature lovers. The ski area is also repeatedly used by athletes as a training ground for the Alpine Ski World Cup. In preparation for the World Ski Championships in Schladming, also Lindsey Vonn, Julia Mancuso, Aksel Lund Svindal, Kjetil Jansrud and Eric Guay came to make use of the ideal training conditions in the Schwemmalm ski area.

The longest run in Schwemmalm Ski Area is 5 km long and covers an altitude differential of about 1,100 metres. It is not only skiers who’ll feel right at home on the slopes, though: backcountry and off-piste skiers will find many different options and unique challenges here as well.

The ski and snowboarding school and Bärenhöhle Ski Kindergarten, which offers all-day supervision, are found right in the heart of this family ski area. Children and beginners alike learn perfect technique using a rope tow. Schwemmalm Ski Area, a true find when it comes to family skiing, offers variety, fun and relaxation for the whole family.
Season: 12/17/2016 – 3/26/2017
Opening hours: 08:45 – 17:00
Elevation: 1500m - 2625m
Open cross-country ski trails: 0 of 2
Runs open: 0 of 9
Lifts open: 1 of 7
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    Moscha Sledding Trail, located in the rustic Val d’Ultimo (Ultental) Valley, is ideal for families with children: because you reach the top of this trail on foot, it is perfect for anyone looking for a genuine winter experience far removed from the hustle and bustle of large ski resorts. All cars must stop at the alpinLounge W! parking lot at an elevation of 1,580 metres. From there, you walk up to the starting point of the sledding trail, which can easily be reached in about 20 minutes. The run, which isn’t challenging, is 500 metres long while the altitude differential is 30 metres.

    During the Settimane Bianche (lit: white weeks) period and Ultimo (Ultner) Ski Weeks, Moscha Sledding Trail in the child-friendly ski area of Schwemmalm is open for night sledding every Wednesday, beginning at 7:00 p.m.

    Starting point:  alpinLounge W! parking lot
    Elevation at starting point: 1,580 m
    Length of trail: 500 metres
    Altitude differential: 30 m
    Classification/level of difficulty: easy
    Walking time: around 20 minutes
    Features: lighting, moonlight sledding, sledding trail, run also suitable for children
    Sled rental: €1.50
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    The 40-km-long Val d’Ultimo, home to the Schwemmalm ski area, is one of South Tyrol’s most pristine valleys. There are numerous trails for ski touring enthusiasts of all skill levels along the southern and northern slopes and near the glacier at the end of the valley. Anyone who loves nature will just adore Val d’Ultimo, which extends into Stelvio (Stilfser Joch) Nature Park.

    The valley’s most varied and beautiful ski touring routes start in Santa Gertrude (St. Gertraud) near the Flatschhöfen Farms. The Breiteben Circuit is recommended for beginners. The intermediate-level ascent to Hasenörl is for those experienced in ski touring: it is a rewarding, classic ski tour.

    We recommend that skiers check on the avalanche conditions on site immediately before setting off.
    For more information, please visit: www.provinz.bz.it
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