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To Meransen for your skiing holiday

To Meransen for your skiing holiday

Book your skiing holiday on the Walderhof in Meransen and you will be spending your holiday right in the middle of one of South Tyrol’s most beautiful skiing areas. A gondola brings together the Gitschberg and Jochtal skiing areas, and thus opens up even more space to ski. With 16 lifts and 44 kilometres of the best pistes for all levels of skier, this area guarantees perfect skiing.

The Walderhof as an ideal place to stay during you skiing holiday

The Walderhof as an ideal place to stay during you skiing holiday

You have found the perfect accommodation for your skiing holiday at our Walderhof farm. You are in the middle of the skiing area, and still in beautiful surroundings. Our homely apartments offer a peaceful place to relax and chew the fat after an exciting day on the slopes. There is even a place to keep your skiing equipment in the cellar, complete with a boot dryer.

Active winter holidays beyond the ski slopes

Active winter holidays beyond the ski slopes

If you are not up for skiing in the winter, there is a host of other things to do in Gitschberg-Jochtal region. There is snow-shoeing right on the doorstep through the snow and mostly pristine natural landscape that surrounds the farm, and cross-country skiers will find many tracks to enjoy all around. For those who like sledging, we cannot recommend going out on the slopes to enjoy the moonlight. And what about a romantic trip on a sledge towed by horses? There is no doubt that experiences like these will stay in your memory forever.

Interested in other South Tyrolean ski areas?

Interested in other South Tyrolean ski areas?

Not far from Meransen are further skiing areas. The Plose above Brixen has South Tyrol’s longest descent, at 9 kilometres. And a day on the popular Kronplatz is also worth the trip. And there is the unforgettable Sellaronda round that takes you on a circular tour of the well-known Sellastock in the Dolomites.

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