Trafoi is an idyllic spot in the middle of Stelvio (Stilfersjoch) National Park. The lift that whisks you up to the broad runs of this snow-capped mountain region runs directly from the village centre, so Trafoi is much loved by families
Trafoi lies at the foot of Mount Ortler.
At an elevation of 3,905 metres, Ortler is the highest mountain in South Tyrol and lends its name to the Ortler Ski Arena. The little hamlet of Trafoi, nestled amidst pristine nature, is a favourite of winter hikers
because the best views of the mountains over the national park can be enjoyed from Furkelhütte Lodge, above the local ski area. On Trafoi’s slopes,
where ski legend Gustav Thöni
first learned how to carve, there is a bustling serenity today: beginners and more advanced skiers alike will feel very comfortable here. The lift up to the family-friendly slopes
originates directly in the village centre, and specialised family businesses offer their own nursery slopes for children.
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The Trafoi ski area is part of the Two Country Skiarena
The following ski areas belong to the Two Country Skiarena ski association: Nauders, Belpiano-Malga S. Valentino, Watles, Trafoi, Solda