NEW: Winter 2015/16: SKIPASS "VALLE SILVER"
NEW: Go as far as Sella and Pordoi with the Fassa/Carezza ski pass
Thanks to the new Alba-Col dei Rossi gondola, in future it will be possible to access the slopes at Sella and Pordoi with the Fassa / Carezza ski pass. This is a tremendous additional benefit and a gain for the ski resort, since in future it will be possible to travel from Alba to the Sellaronda in 15 minutes with the new lift.
NEW: Kinderland kids' area at Frommer Alm
A new highlight for our younger skiers and families is set to provide thrills from the 2015/2016 winter season - the new Kinderland kids' area at Frommer Alm. A special feature is the modern cable winch lift, the only one of its kind in South Tyrol, with which the little ones can delve into King Laurin's crystal palace, where once industrious dwarves worked. A snow snail brings this spectacle to life. The new cable winch lift is 110 metres long, covers a height difference of 18 metres and is able to transport 650 children per hour. In addition, along the Laurin 1 slope from Frommer Alm to Welschnofen, a King Laurin themed piste has been created. In future kids will be able to experience the exciting tales of Laurin and his Similde at 6 points along the route. There are also two rest areas where they can take a break for a while.
The new TSCHEIN 6-seat revolving chairlift with direct drive in the Carezza Dolomiti Superski in the Eggen Valley ski area beneath the Rose Garden
Right on time for the next winter season, the new Tschein 6-seat chairlift is opening at the Carezza ski area, thus connecting the zone to the southeast of the Moser Alm, Paolina, and Latemar with the Laurin slopes in the northwest of the Dolomit Superski area in the Eggen Valley.
Together with the increased appeal of the "Tschein" slope, the "Moser" slope at the Moser Alm ski lift is also being equipped with a Family Fun Park. In the future, this practice and fun slope will accommodate the special needs of children and freestyle beginners. Here, children and adults can take their first steps into the freestyle world on several lines. The set-up consists of a series of kickers, boxes, and whoops.