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Belpiano (Schöneben) – Malga S. Valentino (Haideralm) Ski Area

The family-friendly ski area in Val Venosta (Vinschgau)

At Resia (Reschen), near the tri-border area where South Tyrol, North Tyrol and the Engadine meet, you’ll find the sun-drenched resort of Belpiano-Malga S. Valentino, one of South Tyrol’s most popular family ski areas.

Belpiano-Malga S. Valentino means “beautiful plain” in Italian, and the ski area really lives up to its name. With 14 lifts, snow coverage well into spring, and nice broad runs, Belpiano-Malga S. Valentino offers a wide array of options to families and leisure skiers. Beginners and experts alike can practice their carving on well-groomed runs, without wasting a lot of time in queues. In addition, the Belpiano-Malga S. Valentino family ski area is well adapted to the needs of children: there is a specialised ski school and even a ski kindergarten with Snow Tubing and children's park.

Plenty of challenges await snowboarders and freestylers at Belpiano-Malga S. Valentino’s professional snow park and Funslope; cross-country skiers and winter hikers will love the well-groomed trails running through this unique natural landscape. Even avid backcountry skiers don’t come up short: Belpiano-Malga S. Valentino offers guided ski tours through the mountains. At nearby Lago di Resia (Reschensee) Lake there are great opportunities for ice skating, kiting and ice sailing.

Tips for planning your holiday:
All walking tours, cycling trails, places of interest, skiing and cross-country ski areas at a glance. With the interactive map of Venosta Valley - Terra Raetica you are always on the right track.

The Belpiano-Malga S. Valentino ski area is part of the Two Country Skiarena ski association.
The following ski areas belong to the Two Country Skiarena ski association: Nauders, Belpiano-Malga S. Valentino, Watles, Trafoi, Solda
Season: 12/8/2023 – 4/6/2024
Opening hours: 09:30 – 16:30
Elevation: 1463m - 2350m
Last snowfall: 12/5/2023
Open cross-country ski trails: 0 of 1
Runs open: 12 of 17
Lifts open: 7 of 11
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    Lago di Resia Lake, in the upper Venosta (Vinschgau) Valley offers a wide range of winter sports options for the young - and the young at heart. In addition to classic skating, the lake is well known for in-vogue sports such as snow kiting and ice yachting. Lago di Resia freezes over completely every year and has great wind. The lake thus offers passionate kiters and ice yachting enthusiasts the ice conditions necessary to do these sports. When the celebrated Vinschger Wind blows strongly into the sails, the whole Lago di Resia is full of brightly coloured ice yachts. This is fun not only for those who love to do ice sports, but also for the many spectators and general public. There are kite surfing lessons on offer at Lago di Resia from May to September and snow kiting lessons from December to March.

    Even the kiting elite appreciates Lago di Resia. Every year in January, kiters come from all over the world for the Snowkite European Championship. Participants from several European countries compete in the racing and freestyle disciplines, delighting the crowds with their daredevil jumps. In 2013, the Snowkite European Championship will once again be held at Lago di Resia. Expected date: 18 to 20 January.

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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
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    The new Schöneben Snow Park is well adapted for beginners and experts alike. Its optimal integration with two of the ski area’s lifts guarantees loads of fun without long walks or waiting times. The critic of the German review website Skiresort.de awarded Schöneben Snow Park five out of five stars, ranking it one of the top ten snow parks in the Alps. The park offers everything you want in a professional snow park, including butter boxes, an industry flat rail, a bull tube, a fun slope, and ever-popular third tubes, of course. The snow park is shaped on a daily basis.

    Technical Information:
    4-wave run
    Beginner line: 4 kickers, 3–6 m
    Kicker line: 2 kickers, 2–5 m
    Medium kicker line: 4 kickers, 6–8 m
    Advanced kicker line: 4 kickers, 9–13 m

    1 flat rail 8m 1 down rail 8m

    1 straight box 6m
    1 step butter box 6m
    1 butter XL
    1 rainbow butter box
    1 A-frame butter box
    1 kink butter box
    1 elephant butter box
    1 S-curve box
    1 kink box, ¾ m
    1 wave butter box

    1 mushroom & kicker bank
    1 wall ride

    1 head shaper
    2 shapers

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