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Malga San Valentino (Haideralm) Ski Area

A winter holiday for the discriminating leisure skier

The sprawling Malga San Valentino Ski Area is located near Lago di Resia (Reschensee) Lake, close to Italy’s border with Austria. Known for its excellent snow coverage, this is the ideal ski area for the demanding recreational skier.

Malga San Valentino Ski Area is blessed with abundant snow, thanks to its elevation: 2,700 metres. With predominantly intermediate slopes, Malga San Valentino is ideal for the discriminating leisure skier. You can access the slopes directly from the village centre. A total of 20 kilometres of perfectly groomed slopes, with excellent snow coverage, await skiers of all skill levels. Malga San Valentino is also a popular launch point for paragliding - which is possible in winter here as well - and for extreme sports. Lago di Resia, a lake that directly borders the ski area, offers outstanding infrastructure for snowkiting, ice-skating, and ice gliding.

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Season: 12/17/2016 – 4/2/2017
Opening hours: 08:45 – 16:20
Elevation: 1450m - 2700m
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    The Haideralm ski area is a popular summer hiking area and offers beautiful snowshoe trails in the winter. Many of the sign-posted trails are also passable in winter without snowshoes, as long as you have some waterproof hiking boots. Diverse snowshoe trails for visitors of all skill levels await, nestled amidst the breathtaking scenery of this tri-border area where Austria, Italy, and Switzerland meet. The instructors at Haideralm Ski School offer guided snowshoe hikes; snowshoes are available for rental at local sport shops.

    The Routes:
    San Valentino to Piavenna (Plawenn)
    Route: From San Valentino to Piavenna, via the Schaferhütte mountain refuge. Return along the street to the group of houses known as the Case dei Pescatori (Fischerhäusern), which offers a unique panoramic view.
    Walking time: 2.5 hours
    Altitude differential: 270 m
    Torch hike: no
    Guide: no

    San Valentino to Plagött
    Route: Follow the main road of San Valentino through a larch forest and past the ski slopes to the Plagött alpine pastures.
    Walking time: 30 minutes
    Altitude differential: 160 m
    Torch hike: yes
    Guide: no

    Lake Loop
    Route: From the Sper sports zone, head out in the direction of Padöll and continue to the end of Lago di Muta Lake; return along the left side of the lake, past the Case dei Pescatori group of houses, and on to San Valentino.
    Walking time: 1.5 hours
    Altitude differential: 0 m
    Torch hike: no
    Guide: no

    Greinhof Farm Tavern
    Route: Follow the Untere Militärstraße Road (lit: lower military road) to Greinhof Farm Tavern. From there, climb through the forest to the Oberen Militärstraße Road (lit: upper military road) or continue along the Untere Militärstraße Road to Resia (Reschen).
    Walking time: 2.5 hours
    Altitude differential: 100 m
    Torch hike: no
    Guide: no

    For more information about snowshoe hikes at the Haideralm ski area
  • Highligh_Kiten_smg02044alfi
    Lago di Muta Lake is located very near Resia (Reschen) Pass, directly at the village of San Valentino alla Muta. The lake freezes in late November so it attracts many snowkiters and ice yachters. Wind coming from Val Venosta creates favourable conditions for kiting. When the wind is from the south and the weather is nice, there are also thermals here at the lake, making it an ideal spot not only for newbies but also for experienced snowkiters. The nearby kite school at Lago di Resia (Reschnesee) Lake offers kitesurfing lessons from May to September and snowkiting lessons from December to March.

    For more information, please visit:
    www.reschenpass.it
    www.kiteboarding-reschen.eu
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    One of the main allures of the Haideralm ski area in Upper Val Venosta Valley is its guaranteed snow coverage; another appeal is short lines at the lifts. The cable car starts in the village centre of San Valentino alla Muta (St. Valentin auf der Haide) and whisks skiers from 1,470 metres up to 2,200 in the blink of an eye. Four lifts carry discerning leisure skiers further up to an elevation of 2,700 metres. Most of the ski area’s 20 kilometres of runs are well suited to experienced skiers. In addition, all winter sports enthusiasts will enjoy Haideralm’s 3-kilometre run, which is the longest in Val Venosta.

    For more information about the Haideralm ski area, please visit:
    www.haideralm.it
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