Ski area Schöneben Snowy Mein Dörfl Mein Dörfl chalets in the snow Winterly Lake Reschen Ski hut Einkehrschwung in the ski area Schöneben Einkehrschwung in the ski area Schöneben Skiers at Reschenpass
Ski area Schöneben
Snowy Mein Dörfl
Mein Dörfl chalets in the snow
Winterly Lake Reschen
Ski hut Einkehrschwung in the ski area Schöneben
Einkehrschwung in the ski area Schöneben
Skiers at Reschenpass

Ski eldorado Reschenpass (Passo Resia)

3 ski areas with only 1 ski pass!

Benefit in your ski holiday from the crossborder ski pass association in ski paradise Reschenpass (Passo di Resia). With one ski pass you have covered 3 excellent ski areas with around 120 kilometers of snow covered slopes!

The two top ski areas Belpiano (Schöeben) and Nauders in the ski area Resia Pass / Reschenpass are only 2 or 10 minutes away. Just about 5 minutes on foot and you reach from Mein Dörfl the ski bus stop in Resia (Reschen). The free local ski bus brings you from here to the valley station Schöneben (Belpiano). Many other excellent ski resorts like Haider Alm are also nearby. Start as an enthusiastic skier every day in a new unforgettable ski adventure!

1. Ski area Schöneben (Belpiano) at Lake Reschen

Ski area Schöneben at Lake Reschen – perfectly prepared slopes

The ski area Schöneben – in Italian: Belpiano – is located directly above Lake Reschen in the Vinschgau valley. It belongs like the ski resorts of Nauders and Haider Alm to Skiparadies Reschenpass. The ski area Schöneben on 1500 to 2390 m above sea level is known for its well-groomed slopes. It offers skiers snow guarantee until far into the spring.

In the downhill run it goes an entire 850 m altitude meters down to Lake Reschen. Pure ski fun offer according to your individual skills also the Rojen slope, Fraiten slope or Hüttel valley slope. In the ski area Schöneben, all difficulty levels from easy to difficult are covered in over 30 km. Here your children and beginners find their ski paradise as well as experienced skiers. You can reach the ski area Schöneben from the valley by cable car. Further 5 chair lifts give the skier access to the entire ski area Schöneben.

The ski area Schöneben in the Vinschgau valley is part of the crossborder Skiparadies Reschenpass and Ortler ski resort with its 16 ski areas in South Tyrol.

2. Ski area Haider Alm at Lake Reschen

Haider Alm - a small but fine ski area at Lake Reschen

The ski resort of Haider Alm – italian: Malga San Valentino – offers the longest downhill run in the Vinschgau valley. In general it is considered with its mostly intermediate slopes rather as a ski area for special expectations. As with all 3 ski areas on the Reschen Pass, also here the slopes have excellent quality. The valley station of the comprehensive ski area of approximately 20 kilometers of slopes is located in St. Valentin on the Haide. As the ski area Schöneben belongs also the Haider Alm to the Ortler ski area and at the same time to the ski association of the 3 ski resorts in the Skiparadies Reschenpass.

3. Ski area Nauders - easily accessible from Lake Reschen

Ski area Nauders in Tyrol– included in the ski pass association

With 70 km the Austrian ski area Nauders offers you in the south-west of Tyrol more than twice as many kilometers of slopes than the ski area Schöneben. Intermediate and easy slopes dominate, but also for demanding skiers there are beautiful slopes.

In addition: Reschen is a starting point for cross-country skiing

The 15 kilometer long three countries cross-country ski trail Reschen starts at the lakeside in Reschen and leads you from the village of Reschen through snow-covered meadows and forests 7 kilometers in the direction of the Austrian border to Nauders and then back to the starting point. During this tour approximately 45 meters difference in altitude have to be overcome.

Around Lake Reschen there are other excellent cross-country ski trails around Graun, St. Valentin, Landtaufers and around Nauders.