Sextner Dolomiten12 minutes from monguelfo

Day: Monday
Departure: 8:52 am with Pustertal Skiexpress
Price: 35,- Euro
Expert tour guide: SkiDo Guide & Instructor Pauli Hellweger

  • The most important data:

     Kilometres of slopes: 93 km (gradient measurement: 120 km of routes)
     Lift facilities: 32
     Difficulty: black runs (11.7 km), red runs (43 km), blue runs (38.8 km)
     Snowpark: 3
     Opening period: 28.11.2015 - 03.04.2016 (Monte Elmo, Orto del Toro, Croda Rossa)
    04.12.2015 - 29.03.2016 (Monte Baranci)

  • Skiing holiday in the Sesto Dolomites

    The Dolomites are among the most beautiful mountains in the world - so say a great many visitors, as well as the locals. They emerged over 200,000 years ago from the primeval sea and now stand at a majestic height of 3,000 metres. Since June 2009 they have been classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The skiing area of the Sesto Dolomites is right in the middle of this idyllic environment, with a unique and inimitable charm. About 93 kilometres of runs are awaiting winter sports fans and all those who wish to join their numbers. The new connection of the Monte Elmo and Croda Rossa areas with lift facilities and runs also enables skiers to move easily between the two areas.
    Thanks to the Ski Pustertal Express, the direct train connection between the ski areas of the Sesto Dolomites and Plan de Corones, you can leave your car behind and enjoy about 200 km of ski runs without any stress!

  • Protagonists - not just spectators

    The most spectacular characteristic of the Sesto Dolomites ski area in particular, and of the whole Upper Pusteria in general, is .... Nature. Are you surprised? Come and be convinced! A tour that you absolutely must not miss in Upper Pusteria is the "Tour of the Peaks", more exactly of the Sesto Dolomites. In one day you will visit 4 mountains, admiring unforgettable views. Translated into numbers, this means 30 kilometres of runs and a difference in altitude of 5,600 metres. How do you fancy that?
    And that is not the only idea, there are plenty more!
    For all expert skiers, the place to test their courage is the "Holzreise" black run on the Croda Rossa. With a 71% gradient, it can claim to be the steepest ski slope in Italy. If you need to get your strength back when you get to the bottom, we recommend a visit to the PUNKA Service Centre at the railway station by the Versciaco/Elmo lift facilities. There you can deposit your skis or hand them back to the hire desk, then enjoy a good cup of coffee, mulled wine or some tasty dishes, before joining your friends for the Après Ski. After all, you are also on holiday to relax and have fun. Something else you must not miss: a visit to the Shaka Snowpark and to the Three Peaks, as well as the colony of Finnish reindeer on the Croda Rossa, which have been perfectly integrated in this environment for some years now.