Height difference:

1050-2510 m

Track length:

33 km


5 December — 11 April

The Klausberg – Cadipietra resort is located in the Italian Skiworld Ahrntal (regions of Trentino-Alto Adige, Alto Adige, Plan de Corones, Val di Tures e Aurina). There are 33 km of trails for skiing and snowboarding, to which skiers are transported by 8 lifts. The complex for winter sports is located at an altitude of 1050 to 2510 meters above sea level.

Away from the hustle and bustle of the Klausberg ski resort, you can get real relaxation on skis. Since the 2016/17 winter season, the comfort here has been further enhanced by the newly built 10-seater K-Express cab. At the same time, the black track “Enzenberg”, a new snow park for the little ones and a new ski rental point were opened. The famous “K2”, an 8-seater gondola cable car, the highest in the entire Alto Adige region, operates in Klausberg. Freestylers of all skill levels will enjoy the Funtaklaus Snowpark. Kids are delighted with the “Klausi-land” and “Dino fun-line” amusement parks. In addition to skiing, the Cadipietra area offers tobogganing, organized walking tours and snowshoeing trips.

Working Hours

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
08:30 — 16:00 08:30 — 16:00 08:30 — 16:00 08:30 — 16:00 08:30 — 16:00 08:30 — 16:00 08:30 — 16:00


As a rule, the ski season in these parts lasts from early December to mid April.

Ski pass prices

Day ski pass in high season will cost you € 49.50 (adult), € 49.50 (children) and € 32 (youth).



14 km


14 km


5 km

Total length of tracks 33 km. The vertical drop is 1460 meters. The tracks are maintained in good condition by snowmobiles and the efforts of the ski complex workers. The resort has a snowmaking system. In total, the resort has 95 snow cannons that cover 100% of the slopes. At night, the slopes are illuminated by powerful floodlights, so you can ride almost until late at night. Beginners can use the services of experienced instructors.

In the ski area of ​​Klausberg, trails of varying difficulty are prepared for guests. From the most basic “green” and “blue” to “red” of average difficulty, as well as really difficult “black”. The Hühnerspiel and Sonnenlift slopes stand out as they run through a coniferous forest and descend to the top of picturesque alpine villages. One of the wide, rather gentle slopes ends directly in the center of Cadipietra a few steps from the lift station. On the other hand, the K2 gondola lift takes skiers to a place where trees no longer grow, and the tracks are laid on rocky terrain, including the difficult Enzenberg and Steinhaus.

The Klausberg – Cadipietra resort is located where there is usually no lack of snow. And yet 95 snow cannons are at the ready for any surprises.

The longest ski run: Cadipietra from the K2 lift station, 8 km long, 1460 m vertical drop

The most difficult track: Enzenberg, length 0.3 km, height difference 150 m

The most interesting tracks

  • Klaussee, here you can ride the speed with a chronometer for free
  • Sonne
  • Sattelhorn

In addition, every Tuesday an illuminated toboggan run is organized along the entire slope, which brings you directly to restaurants and bars with live music and delicious cuisine.


Baby lift:




Gondola lift:


Vacationers are taken to the top 11 cable cars: 3 gondola lift and 5 chairlift. There are 3 children’s lifts for beginners and children. The total length of the cable cars is 73 km, which are capable of transporting up to 15500 passengers/hour.

Since the 2016/17 season, when the most modern 10-person gondola lift in all of South Tyrol was built, you can quickly and comfortably climb to the Klausberg slopes. On the territory of the ski resort there are cabins and chairlifts. A modern four-seater chairlift with protective domes and several three-seater chairlifts transport skiers uphill. The 8-person Klaussee II gondola lifts to the highest point of 2,510 m. Below in the Cadipietra valley there is an additional 3 and 4-seater chairlift, as well as free moving lanes for beginners.


The nearest villages to the resort:

  • Cadipietra (Steinhaus) (0.4 km)
  • Valle Aurina (Ahrntal) (0.4 km)
  • San Giovanni (St. Johann) (3.2 km)
  • Lutago (Luttach) (7 km)

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