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Runs and Lifts

Watles Ski Area has 18 km of trails for passionate skiers and snowboarders.

On this page, you’ll find a detailed listing of all runs and lifts at Watles Ski Area.
Slopes
Difficulty
Type
Length
Altitude
 
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  Free ride piste "Sautal"
Difficulty: red
Type: Deep snow
Length: 4.5 km 
Altitude: 500 m 

The downhill- slope for experts brings directly to the valley station, through the natural snow.

Last change: 12/1/2016 10:52 AM
  Ski-Cross Piste
Difficulty: black
Type: Snowpark
Length: 1.0 km 
Altitude: 250 m 

Among the new attractions of the Watles ski area is the ski cross track. The course winds for almost two kilometers along stairs, wu-tang, roller, jump and bank stages towards the finish. Several racing teams from all over the world have come here to develop technique and speed in preparation for the FIS and European Cup competitions. Preparations for the Winter Olympics in Sochi were also held at Watles. Outside of training times and races, the ski cross track is open to families and children and is particularly popular for its variety and accessibility.

Last change: 12/1/2016 10:51 AM
  Snowpark
Difficulty: black
Type: Snowpark
Length:  
Altitude:  

It doesn't matter if you are a professional on boards and skis or a beginner- the snowpark is the amzaning furnished: 4 boxes, 4 kicker, 2 rails and 1 wallride! Perfectly shaped oscales are guaranteed as we offer a professional support for the whole day. The 650m long parc with 13 elements on 8 tables is the perfect area for a day full of jumping sessions! After a day in the snow the boarders meet in the Iglu with cool music and delicious drinks on the Aprés- Ski!

Last change: 12/1/2016 10:50 AM
  Tschunggai piste
Difficulty: blue
Type: Ski alpin
Length: 1.0 km 
Altitude: 150 m 

A drag lift carries your children safely and quietly so that they can tackle the next turn. It is an easy piste.

Last change: 12/1/2016 10:49 AM
  Watles Piste
Difficulty: blue
Type: Ski alpin
Length: 3.0 km 
Altitude: 350 m 

You can ski at the right and the left side of the ski lift. The routs are not very diffucult so that the whole familiy can sky there.

Last change: 12/1/2016 10:47 AM
  Watles Run
Difficulty: red
Type: Ski alpin
Length: 5.0 km 
Altitude: 423 m 

The run isn't difficult and it offeres you the possibility to enter in the Höferalm.

Last change: 12/1/2016 10:47 AM
Cross-country skiing
Length
Altitude
 
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  Nordic Slingia
Length: 5.0 km 
Altitude: 200 m 

Cross country skiing is an intensive and relaxing experience in the unspoiled nature. The sunny Slingia valley welcomes you with perfectly preapred slopes. Beginners and professionales find best conditions on 15 km slopes.

Last change: 12/1/2016 10:46 AM
Lifts
Type
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  Ski-Lift Prämajur
Type: Detachable gondola ropeway
  Ski-Lift Tschunggai
Type: Ski lift Low profile skilift
  Ski-Lift Watles
Type: Detachable gondola ropeway
Sled runs
Type
Length
Altitude
 
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  Watles natural tobogganing route
Type: Coasting slide
Length: 4.0 km
Altitude: 423 m

Sledging in the Upper Venosta Valley, has a long tradition especially in Watles and is one of the most popular recreational sports for families and enthusiasts. The 4km-long Watles natural tobogganing route of the winter sport area is one of the most beautiful runs in the South Tyrol, which can be reached by chairlift. Active holidaymakers can also reach it by foot in approximately 1.5 hours. There are several family-friendly resting places at the valley and mountain station.

Last change: 12/1/2016 10:52 AM
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