Südtirol my ski areas
You haven't bookmarked any ski area.
To the ski areas »
You are here: Home - Ski & more - Families - Ice Skating

Ice Skating at Ortler Ski Arena

Ice Skating - Recreation for the Whole Family

Ice-skating is an ideal winter sport for the entire family. Romantically remote natural ice-skating rinks, large rinks in the major towns and cities, little frozen lakes, and the much-loved Lago di Resia (Reschensee) Lake all ensure wide-ranging winter fun at Ortler Ski Arena.
  • 10_rittnerhorn_fam_eislauf
    The ice stadium at Renon Arena accommodates 1,200 spectators and offers ideal conditions for ice hockey, short track, and curling. Thrilling Serie A games and numerous recreational teams fill the ice stadium with life.

    Opening hours for open-to-the-public Ice Skating with Music:
    From October to the end of March: every Saturday
    from 2 to 4:00 p.m., at the ice stadium
    From November to February: every Sunday
    from 2 to 4:00 p.m., at Renon Ice Rink

    Renon (Ritten) Ice Rink:
    Because of its picturesque location and optimal altitude, Renon Ice Rink is ever popular with the international speed skating elite. This is one of the fastest outdoor tracks in the world.

    More information
  • 12_minschuns_fam_eislauf
    The natural ice skating rinks in the Swiss villages of Tschierv and Müstair, at Minschuns Ski Area, are much loved by the young - and the young at heart. Both places offer good conditions; night skating is a must here thanks to outdoor lighting.

    Phone +41 (0) 81 858 58 58
  • 11_reschensee_fam_eislauf
    Lago di Resio is a six-kilometre-long lake, which measures about one kilometre across at its widest point, located in Curon (Graun) in Upper Val Venosta. Lago di Resia freezes over completely every year and has superb wind conditions. It is an ideal spot for a day of skating with the whole family. In addition to classic ice-skating, the lake is a hotspot for trendy sports such as snow kiting and ice sailing.

    More information
to the top of the page