The winter experience...

... for all the family!

Full speed ahead into an active winter season! Whether you fancy skiing, tobogganing or snow shoe hiking, cross-country skiing or ski tours – the surrounding ski resorts and untouched mountains offer perfect opportunities for all tastes!

TIP: During the advent season, why not visit one of South Tyrol’s Christmas markets in Brixen, Bolzano, Sterzing, Bruneck or Merano?


Skiing and snowboarding on Plose Mountain – Brixen
On your boards, get set, go!

  • 7 modern lift facilities
  • 40 excellently maintained slopes for beginners, experienced skiers and professionals
  • 1067 – 2500m altitude
  • Panorama views over the Dolomites
  • Trametsch, the longest downhill slope (9km) in all South Tyrol
  • Plose Fun Park


Thrills and excitement with jumps and slides

  • One of the largest snow parks in South Tyrol
  • 750m long
  • Easy line for beginners
  • Pro line for professionals
  • Stunning natural beauty
  • Meeting point for famous freestylers from the region
  • Boarder cross mini
  • Chill area with amazing sound


Plose Ski and Snowboarding School

Whether you’re a beginner, or returning to skiing or snowboarding after a long break, or already have years of experience under your belt  – more than 30 qualified and state-certified ski and snowboard instructors will ensure you have a great and successful time on the slopes.
Plose Ski School also offers guided snow shoe hikes, single tours on open terrain and “tobogganing technique” courses.


Modern, rustic-style ski chalets
After a successful day on the slopes, what better way to end the day than by turning in for a traditional “Après Ski”?
South Tyrol is famed for its many culinary specialities, including both northern and southern cuisine. From cappuccino to apple strudel, typical South Tyrolean dishes to choicest Italian delicacies – is your mouth watering yet?! Replenish your energy stores in one of the countless rustic ski lodges or modern restaurants in the Plose – Brixen skiing region.

Tobogganing fun

… for all the family

You’ll find the ultimate in tobogganing fun right here on our doorstep, on Plose Mountain.

Here you can choose between a 2.5km long toboggan hike to Rossalm, a 3km toboggan hike to the ski lodge and a 9km descent down the RudiRun toboggan run.


Europe’s longest toboggan run

Start: Next to the mountain station of the Plose cable car
Cumulative elevation loss: 1000 m
Length: 9km
Level of difficulty: The first few kilometres are easy, the second half is more challenging.


to the ski lodge
A combination of tobogganing and hiking fun

Start: Mountain station of the Plose cable car
Length: 2km toboggan run
En route break for refreshments: Hotel Schlemmer
Time back to the cable car: 1.15 hrs


to Rossalm
A combination of tobogganing and hiking fun

Start: Mountain station of Plose cable car
Getting there: 2.5 km winter hike
Return journey: 2.5 km tobogganing fun
En route break for refreshments: Rossalm

Cross-country skiing in Eisack Valley

… is pure pleasure

Here you can choose between 24 trails in varying grades of difficulty.

TIP: For professionals, we recommend the trail on the Würzjoch Pass with a cumulative altitude gain of 300m.


Hinterafers car park-Würzjoch trail
Starts at Schnatzengraben car park (1600 m)

Length: 8 km
Level of difficulty: medium/hard
Skating possible


Circular trail around Lüsner-Rodenecker Alm
Starting point: Tulper Gampis car park (1800 m)

Length: 7.5 km
Level of difficulty: medium/hard
Cross-country skiing courses

Tramp through deep snow

… and leave a trail

The ideal activity for those who love peace and tranquility. Experience snowy winter landscapes and untouched forests. Whether in a group or with a loved one – we’ve got the ideal hike for you!

Snow shoe hiking

to Stoanamandl
This group hike begins from the car park and leads to the forest trail, which is also used as a toboggan run from Anratt Lodge. Next we follow the signs to “Altes Karl, Stoanamandl”, and cross the ridge to “Jöchlboden”, where we see the cross of the “Stoanamandl” to the north. Once we’ve arrived at our destination, we can enjoy the majestic panorama views over the Wurmaul summit and the South Tyrolean mountains.

Starting point: Wetterkreuz car park - Spinges
Duration: 5.15 hrs
Distance: 15.7 km
Altitude: 850 m cumulative elevation gain
Altitude difference on return journey: 850 m
Max. altitude: 2117 m

Snow shoe hiking

to Totenkirchl and Villanderer Alm
After parking at Kaser car park, we follow the signs to Rittnerhorn/Gasteiger Sattel and keep to the right along the stream until we reach a large lodge. From the lodge, we proceed towards the trail and on to Villanderer Mountain and Totenkirchl.

Here we pause to enjoy the majestic views in the small Alpine chapel. After a short break, we continue on to Stöfflhütte and then return to our starting point.

Starting point: “Kaser” car park – Villanderer Alm
Duration: 4.30 hrs
Distance: 11.7 km
Altitude: 520 m cumulative elevation gain
Altitude difference on return journey: 530 m
Max. altitude: 2187 m


… on the summits

Ski instructors from Plose Ski School will be happy to accompany you and advise you on a skiing tour through the Plose mountain range, e.g. Gabler mountain or Ochsenalm (please note that unaccompanied ski tours in the Plose skiing region are prohibited).

Ski tours

on Gabler Mountain
Starting from the car park, we ascend to the Halslhütte Lodge and continue on to Enzian Lodge. The tour leads us up the open slopes of Gabler Mountain to the summit.
Once at the top, you can enjoy amazing views over Geisler and Peitlerkofel mountains. Next we weave our way down the south-west slope in the direction of Schatzer Lodge, proceed to Halslhütte Lodge and back to our starting point.

Starting point: Fistilboden car park
Duration: 3 hrs
Distance: 10.9 km
Altitude: 940 m cumulative elevation gain
Altitude difference on return journey: 940 m
Max. altitude: 2575 m

Ski tours

on Zendleser Kofel
An easy grade ski tour in the heart of the impressive Dolomite landscape. The Zendleser Kofel tour is relatively easy, so we particularly recommend this for beginners. There are various options for the descent, enabling tour participants of all abilities to enjoy the downhill ride.

Starting point: Zanser Alm car park (1685 m) – Villnöss
Duration: 2.3 hrs
Distance: 7,7 km
Altitude: 730 m
Altitude difference on return journey: 730 m
Max. altitude: 2414 m