Height difference:

1460-2390 m

Track length:

65 km


11 December — 10 April

The ski resort Belpiano (Schöneben)/Malga San Valentino (Heideralm) is located in the Italian Val Venosta (Trentino-Alto Adige region, South Tyrol). For skiing and snowboarding, there are 65 km of slopes with 10 ski lifts. This winter sports complex is located at an altitude of 1460 to 2390 meters above sea level.

Since the winter season 2018/2019, the two neighboring ski areas Belpiano and Malga San Valentino have merged under the new name Belpiano / Malga San Valentino. The two resorts are connected by slopes and lifts, so guests of one resort can use the ski area of ​​the neighboring one.

The technical merger of the two resorts into one was carried out in the summer of 2018 with the construction of two 10-seater gondola lifts and numerous new tracks.

The Belpiano / Malga San Valentino ski area stretches from the northernmost point of Lake Resia, through Belpiano and the Roya Valley, to San Valentino alla Muta south of the lake and to the summit of Malga San Valentino. There are slopes of all difficulty levels for skiing without queues and tedious waiting. Thanks to its height and proximity to the three mountain ranges of South Tyrol, Tyrol and Engadin, as well as powerful snowmaking systems, the resort guarantees snow until late spring. 175 snow cannons spread the snow cover on all trails and mountain slopes.

Other attractions of the Belpiano / Malga San Valentino ski area include the famous snow park and ski slope in Belpiano, as well as a beautiful view of the valley that runs from Malga San Valentino to San Valentino alla Muta. On Lake Resia, you can go ice skating, kitsurfing, skiing on ice. Buses run to the towns of Rezia, Curon Venosta and Vallelunga.

Working Hours

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
08:30 — 16:15 08:30 — 16:15 08:30 — 16:15 08:30 — 16:15 08:30 — 16:15 08:30 — 16:15 08:30 — 16:15


Most often, the ski season in these parts lasts from early December to mid April.

Ski pass prices

The cost of the day ski pass in the high season: € 46.50 for an adult, € 46.50 for children and € 35 for youth.



29 km


30 km


6 km

In the ski area Belpiano / Malga San Valentino there are trails of any difficulty level on slopes, mostly devoid of vegetation. There is a balanced balance between easy to medium slopes. Difficult slopes are located below the Zwelferkogel. From Belpiano, a long and easy route leads towards Malga San Valentino. Almost all slopes are very wide and well prepared.

Total length of tracks 65 km. The vertical drop is 930 meters. The surface of the slopes is maintained in good condition with the help of snow compacting equipment. If necessary, the artificial snowmaking system is activated. In total, the resort has 175 snow cannons that cover 100% of the slopes. The ski slopes are illuminated. Beginners and children can take advantage of the special training slope.

Longest ski run: Fraiten / valley descent, 4.8 km long, vertical drop 930 m.

The most difficult track: Zwölferkopf II, length 1.2 km, elevation difference 363 m

The most interesting tracks:

  • Höllental
  • Fraiten
  • Rojen
  • Malga San Valentino


Baby lift:


T-bar lift:




Gondola lift:


Visitors are lifted up 15 cable cars: 4 gondola lift, 4 chairlift and 2 t-bar lift. There are 5 children’s lifts for beginners and children. The total length of the cable cars is 158 km, which are capable of transporting up to 18020 passengers/hour.

From the 2018/19 winter season, two new modern 10-seater gondola lifts connect Malga San Valentino and Belpiano. With the exception of the Zwölferkopf 3-seater chairlift, all other chairlifts are removable with protective domes. Skiers are transported from the valley to the ski area on six-seat gondola lifts. There are no more lifts in the Belpiano ski area, only the San Valentino area still has a drag lift. There are self-propelled paths for children and beginners.


The nearest villages to the resort:

  • Resia (Reschen am See) (1.8 km)
  • San Valentino alla Muta (St. Valentin auf der Heide) (0.5 km)
  • Kuron Venosta (Graun im Winschgau) (5 km)
  • Roia (Rojen) (0.4 km)

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