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Reinswald Ski Area

The ski area for sun-worshippers and sledders

Reinswald Ski Area extends across an altitude differential of more than 1,000 metres, in the largely rural Sarentino (Sarntal) Valley. The ski area, much loved for its Reinswalder Wiesn sled run, is just a short half-hour drive from the city of Bolzano.

Reinwald is not only perfectly suited to skiers, snowboarders and sledders but also to anyone interested in a winter hike, cross-country skiing, or ski touring. The pistes range from nursery slopes all the way to extremely demanding runs like the Jochpiste, which is used for the Europa Cup downhill event and has a gradient of 58%. The ski area also has one of the longest sled runs in South Tyrol: its ever-popular Reinswalder Wiesn is 5.2 kilometres in length and runs from Pichlberg Alm to the valley station of the cable car. Romantic sleigh rides in the moonlight are also a good option: they run along the family-friendly natural snow trail. Those looking for a more whirlwind ride, on the other hand, should give the short-yet-steep, 700-metre-long Sunnalm sledding run a try. The pristine Reinwald Ski Area is an insider’s tip for a fabulous winter holiday with the whole family as well as an ideal choice for nature lovers - and for those simply looking for a relaxing time.

All runs and lift of the Reinswald Ski Area as PDF Download.
Season: 12/8/2023 – 4/1/2024
Opening hours: 08:30 – 16:30
Elevation: 1570m - 2130m
Open cross-country ski trails: 0 of 4
Runs open: 0 of 11
Lifts open: 1 of 4
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    The cross-country trails at the end of Val Sarentino, around the Reinswald ski area, are popular with locals and visitors alike. The trails through the snowy alpine forests of this picturesque valley are groomed daily, and are suitable for both the skating and classic techniques of cross-country skiing.

    Three loop trails are especially popular: the intermediate and varied Asten Ring, with artificial snow, which runs two kilometres and has an altitude differential of 73 metres; the Asten-Penn Loop Trail, which runs 6.5 kilometres across terrain that ranges from easy to intermediate (altitude differential is 120 metres) and is illuminated on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.; and the Murrenhof Loop Trail, a 1.5-kilometre trail that is ideally suited to beginners and leisure cross-country skiers.

    Trail Passes:
    Day Pass: € 4.00
    Week Pass: € 15.00
    Season Pass for adults: € 40.00
    Season Pass for children: € 20.00
    Children under the age of 8 free of charge

    Ticket sails
    Season passes are only available at the tourist bureau Sarentino (Sarnthein). Trail passes are available at all cross-country stations (Rabensteinerhof, Feldrand, Murrerhof, Penserhof, Inn Elisabeth) and at the tourist bureau Sarentino.

    More information on the cross-country trail Val di Pennes at the at the tourist bureau Sarentino (tel. +39 0471 623091)
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    Reinwald boasts one of South Tyrol’s longest and most exciting natural-snow sled runs. , This child-friendly sledding trail runs for 4.5 kilometres from the Pichlberg Alm alpine farm along the Reisenwalder Wiesn meadows. After a quick stop for refreshments at the Sunnolm Restaurant, the whirlwind descent continues all the way to the valley station of the modern 6-seater Reinwald gondola lift. This family sled run is laid out perfectly, and designed with children in mind.

    Starting point: Pichlberg Alm (2,130 m) – summit station of the cable car
    Length of run: 4.5 km
    Altitude: 2,150 to 1,570 m
    Altitude differential: 580 m
    Difficulty: intermediate
    Ascent time (if you want to walk): 1 hour, 15 minutes
    Price: included in lift ticket
    Sled rentals: Reinswald Ski Rentals - valley station of the cable car
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