The perfectly groomed, wide-open slopes are suitable for all skill levels. The slopes stretch from the Grawand cableway upper station (3212 meters above sea level), along the chair lift stations and down to the lower station in the town of Maso Corto/Kurzras.


The demanding downhill slopes of the Val Senales Glacier ski area attract the more advanced and expert skiers. The Leo Gurschler slalom training run and the eight km downhill slope over the Schmugglerscharte area to the valley are demanding on the legs. Another vertical run requiring a certain skill and strong conditioning is the Teufelsegg slope. Fun and action await snowboarders and free skiers at the newly-opened fun park. The reward for skiing in South Tyrol is the incredible breathtaking view of the 3000-meter high peaks of the Oetztal Alps.

Beginners as well as returnees to the the sport of skiing an those seeking to learn to ski in Italy can make use of the Schnupperpass Ticket for the Lazaun and Glockenlift practice runs. At the nearby Tiroli Kinderland, children can have their first experience on skis with a teepee, two magic carpets and ski carousel.