Wherever you are, look up and you’ll see 4810 meters of rock, snow, ice and dreams come true.
Livigno is possibly one of the most underrated ski resorts in the Alps. It is most probably because of its low accessibility. During the winter a narrow one lane tunel Munt la Schera and a high alpine road through Passo del Foscagno are the only connections to the outside world.
Together with neighboring Samnaun Ischgl comprises one of the biggest interconnected ski areas in the world. For skiing and snowboarding, there are 239 km of slopes and 15 km of ski routes available. 41 lifts transport the guests.
Plan de Corones, or Kronplatz, (2275 m) is situated in the heart of Pusteria Valley and is one of the largest ski areas within the Dolomiti Superski. With 119 km of slopes and modern ski lifts located mostly on a distinctive, dome-shaped, treeless peak it is a perfect destination for both skiers and snowboarders.
Zermatt is a car-free ski resort at the foot of Switzerland’s most famous mountain, the Matterhorn. Skiers and snowboarders can enjoy the runs on endless slopes with spectacular views of surrounding mountains. At almost 4000 metres of altitude, Matterhorn ski paradise is the highest winter sports area in the Alps.