The valley of Gröden and its main villages St. Christina, St. Ulrich and Wolkenstein fill winter sport fans with enthusiasm. Surrounded by the incomparable panorama of the Dolomites beginners will get their money’s worth as well as pros – concerning skiing, ski lodges, après-ski and all the trappings.

The valley at the foot of the mighty, more than 3,000 m high Mt. Langkofel belongs to the Ladin-speaking regions in South Tyrol, distinguished for special customs and traditions. Especially Wolkenstein is always well-attended during the high season, because around the village at the head of the valley there are all sorts of ski runs.

The two neighboring villages are somewhat quieter destinations for a skiing holiday in Gröden. St. Christina is particularly known for the breath-taking view of Mt. Langkofel, whereas St. Ulrich – Luis Trenker’s home town – is regarded as gem of the valley.

No matter what do you choose the legendary reputation rushes on ahead of the ski areas in Gröden. Whether uncertain beginners or fearless pros, everybody will find suitable challenges. Very special experiences are the so called Dantercëpies slopes down to Wolkenstein or the ski runs of Ciampinoi or Seceda, not forgetting the World Cup piste Saslong and the famous ski carousel Sellaronda. 

Ski lifts
Ski tow: 27
Chairlifts: 40
Cable-cars: 7
Cable cars: 2
Cable railways: 2
Magic carpets: 1
In total: 79 Ski lifts
Ski runs
52 km
105 km
18 km
175 km
Open ski runs: 0 km
Open lifts: 0
Lit up ski runs: 1 km
Sea level
1236 - 2540m
Skiing season
Start of the season
End of the season
1 Fun park
-1 Halfpipe
-1 Jumps
-1 Boxes
-1 Rails
59 Ski lodges and restaurants
18 Après-ski bars
Number of chilren's parks: 4
Ski rental
Day ticket: 44 EUR
5 days: 193 EUR
Day ticket: n.A.
5 days: n.A.
Day ticket: 39 EUR
5 days: 174 EUR
Blanket rate