Height difference:

2011-3212 m

Track length:

42 km


18 September — 2 May

The Val Senales resort is located in the Italian Val Senales (Trentino-Alto Adige, Alto Adige, Merano e Dintorni (Meraner Land) region). There are 42 km of trails for skiing and snowboarding. 11 lifts transport skiers to them. The winter sports complex is located at an altitude between 2011 and 3212 meters above sea level.

The ski area on the Val Senales glacier in South Tyrol, Italy is a real gem among all Italian alpine skiers. In the spring, when slopes with perennial snow shine, reflecting the bright rays of the sun, mountain tanners can combine both pleasures by skiing on crystallized snow. Due to the location at high altitude and directly on the glacier, winter sports enthusiasts can ski on the eternal snow from September to May. Skiing and snowboarding here is exciting for both beginners and experienced skiers. The highlights of the resort are the eight kilometers of Schmuggler slope descending into the valley, Leo Gurschler’s black trail (training and professional slalom and giant slalom trail) and the highest hotel in Europe, Glacier Hotel Grawand.

Working Hours

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
09:00 — 16:30 09:00 — 16:30 09:00 — 16:30 09:00 — 16:30 09:00 — 16:30 09:00 — 16:30 09:00 — 16:30


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

Ski pass prices

The cost of the day ski pass in the high season: € 46 for an adult, € 46 for children and € 32 for youth.



10 km


18 km


14 km

Total length of tracks 42 km. The vertical drop is 1201 meters. The surface of the slopes is maintained in excellent condition with the help of snow-compacting equipment. The surface of the slopes is kept in excellent condition by the artificial snowmaking system. The slopes are illuminated, which makes it possible to use them in the evening. For beginners, training in skiing and snowboarding with professional instructors is organized.

Val Senales ski resort offers slopes of all difficulty levels. The slopes on the glacier are mostly light and medium difficulty. The slopes at Teufelsegg and the valley are difficult. Beginners and kids alike can start with simple, gentle slopes on the specially designated “kids” slopes in the valley. The valley is home to the Lasaun slopes, which are also part of the ski resort.

Longest ski run: Schmuggler, 8 km long, 1201 meter drop

The most difficult track: Teufelsegg, length 2.3 km, height difference 590 meters

The most interesting tracks:

  • Teufelsegg 1 + 2
  • Hiintereis 1 + 2
  • Leo Gurschler (expert skiers and snowboarders only)


Baby lift:


T-bar lift:




Gondola lift:


Tramway lift:


Vacationers are taken to the top 13 lifts: 1 aerial tramway, 1 gondola lift, 5 chairlift and 4 t-bar lift. There are 2 children’s lifts for beginners and children. The total length of the cable cars is 132 km, which are capable of transporting up to 14810 passengers/hour.

The cable car rises from the valley to the glacier. High up on the glacier, there are fixed-grip chairlifts and two long drag lifts. Two modern, four-seater chairlifts with protective domes rise from the valley to the Teufelsegg to an altitude of 3 034 meters above sea level. In the lower part of the ski area there are two training lifts. The Lazown cable car overlooking the station in the valley will take you to an altitude of 2,433 m.


The nearest villages to the resort:

  • Maso Corto (Kurzras) (0.2 km)
  • Vernago (Vernagt) (7 km)
  • Madonna di Senales (Unser Frau) (10 km)
  • Certosa (Karthaus) (15 km)
  • Senales (Schnals) (15 km)

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