5 December — 11 April
The Schwemmalm resort is located in the Italian Val d’Ultimo (Trentino-Alto Adige, Alto Adige, Merano e Dintorni (Meraner Land) region). There are 25.5 km of ski slopes for skiing and snowboarding. 6 lifts transport skiers to them. The complex for practicing winter sports is located between 1505 and 2625 meters above sea level.
The Schwemmalm ski area with its varied slopes and sun-drenched slopes is a real treat for skiers who prefer challenging sports. “Skiing is really good” is the translation of the resort’s motto. The longest trail in the ski area is 5 km and the total vertical drop is 1,100 m. Beginners and children can blow off some steam at the Kinderland Schwemmy in the valley. At the heart of the family-run ski resort is the skiing and snowboarding school and the Bärenhöhle snow kindergarten, open all day. On the training lift, children and beginners alike learn to make perfect turns. Val d’Ultimo is loved by ski mountaineers for its varied route levels and unique challenges.
In addition, Schwemmalm has an excellent alternative to skiing. Winter trails that can be walked or snowshoed with signs to get you lost, playgrounds in the snow for children made this winter sports area ideal for the whole family.
It should be noted that the Schwemmalm ski resort is the birthplace of the famous skier Dominik Paris.
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Most often, the ski season here lasts from mid December to early April.
Ski pass prices
Day ski pass in main season will cost you € 43.50 (adult), € 31 (children) and € 37 (youth).
Total length of tracks 20.5 km. The vertical drop is 1120 meters. The slopes are kept in good condition by snowmobiles and the efforts of the ski resort staff. If necessary, the artificial snowmaking system is activated. In total, the resort has 50 snow cannons that cover 90% of the slopes. In the dark, the tracks are illuminated by powerful floodlights, so you can ride almost until late at night. Beginners can use the services of experienced instructors.
The Schwemmalm ski resort has wide panoramic slopes, ideal for skiers. The slopes are mostly of medium difficulty and most of them are located above the tree line on slopes free of vegetation. “Black” slopes at the very top, where the mountains are steep. Beginners can ski on simple slopes in the vicinity of Schwemmalm and Biteben (Pianlargo).
Longest piste: Mutegg/Asmol/Kircheler/Sinkmoos, 5 km long, elevation difference 1120 meters
The most difficult track: Mutegg, 1.5 km long, 520 meters elevation difference.
The most interesting tracks:
Vacationers are taken to the top 10 cable cars: 1 gondola lift, 4 chairlift and 1 t-bar lift. There are 4 children’s lifts for beginners and children. The total length of the cable cars is 7.4 km, which are capable of transporting up to 9700 passengers/hour.
From the Pracupola valley, where the resort’s infrastructure is located, a modern gondola lift with 8 seats lifts up to the ski area. From the outskirts of the town and up to the summit, where most of the trails start, the fast Mutegg chairlift with weather domes is lifted. A 2-seater cable car goes up from Breiteben. From it you need to change to 3 or 4-seater chairlifts and get to the top. They did not forget about children and novice skiers: skilifts and covered moving paths lead to their ski area.
The nearest villages to the resort:
- Kuppelwies (0.4 km)
- San Nicolò (St. Nikolaus) (3.4 km)
- Ultimo (Ulten) (5 km)
- Santa Valburga (Sankt Walburg) (5 km)
- Santa Gertrude (St. Gertraud) (9 km)