Winter magic with lots of activities

Just 600 m away: Snow fun for children and the whole family

Winter sports, games and fun

Ideal for children & families, the Sonnenpark Stuls is located at the village entrance on a gently sloping meadow.
A 70 m long conveyor belt brings the kids back up to the starting point with skis, sledges and everything that slides.
While the kids forget everything else in the snow and fun, you can enjoy the magnificent panorama at 1,300 m.
In front of you are the 3,000m peaks of the Texel Group from the Hohe Wilde to the well-known mountains in the Merano area, Hirzer and Ifinger.
1,300 m above sea level.
Nature and a snow cannon provide the snow, and the piste service with a snow groomer ensures a well-prepared slope. 

Opening hours: from 10:00 - 16:00

26.12.2023 - 07.01.2024 daily

10.02.2024 - 18.02.2024 daily

until mid-March 2024 only SAT and SUN (depending on snow conditions)

Just 16 km away: Ski resort Pfelders with 4 lifts and 13 slopes

Skiing in Pfelders and staying in Sutls on the sunny side of the Passeier Valley in South Tyrol

When the winter sun makes the snow sparkle as if thousands of diamonds were scattered. When the white splendor makes the winter sports enthusiast's heart glow and the breathtaking mountain panorama leaves one speechless - then it begins: the winter in the idyllic, car-free Pfelders. The small and fine family ski area in the rear Passeier Valley impresses with exceptional snow reliability in South Tyrol, breathtaking mountain panoramas, and a great variety of slopes for beginners to ski pros.

The Italian national team also trains here.

Snow hiking - snowshoeing - ski touring

Snow hiking - enjoying the high alpine winter landscape

With good winter shoes, you can hike directly from your apartment to the alpine meadows and huts to the Stuller Mahdern (alpine meadows above the tree line).

Jaufenpass/ Ratschings Ski Resort

Spectacular snow fun and countless magical winter moments

Your perfect winter adventure starts right here. Here at the state-of-the-art valley station with parking garage, ski depot, and comfortable 8-seater gondola. You can feel the anticipation growing, enjoy the breathtaking mountain panorama, and before you know it, you've already arrived. At 2,150 meters altitude and in the midst of pure snow fun.

Snow Roll Band

Snow roll band for the kids for sledding and skiing.


On the Stuller Meadows

Cross-country skiing

Cross-country ski trail Innerhütt

A) The section of the trail that is just under 3 km long, starting from the starting point at Gasthof Innerhütt and extending into the valley (to the southeast), is suitable for beginners and for enjoyable skiing. It ends here after several wide loops. This section has no significant ascents or descents, with one exception in the final section with a short, easy descent and a subsequent short ascent. However, this last part can be easily avoided by either starting a new round at the road crossing or reaching the endpoint after a few meters. Total elevation difference in the ascent and corresponding descent: 25 meters on the nearly 3 km long route.

B) The section of the trail that is just over 2 km long, starting from the starting point at Gasthof Innerhütt and extending out of the valley (to the northwest), is suitable for experienced and enduring cross-country skiers. It includes several different medium-difficulty ascents of varying lengths, two short rapid descents, and a longer gliding section with moderate incline. Starting from the highest point, it is possible to take a shortcut to avoid the more difficult of the two rapid descents. Total elevation difference in the ascent and corresponding descent: 45 meters on the just over 2 km long route.

Cross-country ski trail Lazinser Tal

The trail is groomed daily for classic style and skating in a pleasant width. Shortly before Lazins and shortly after Lazins, pedestrians are on the move, and there is a hiking trail on the approach route (Zeppichl). The use of the trail is free of charge. The trail has several very easy, but also some moderate to difficult sections. On the way back to Pfelders or Zeppichl, there are several quite rapid descents, where one should be careful of pedestrians and oncoming cross-country skiers.

The ascent from Pfelders to the Lazinser Alm is quite strenuous due to the sometimes very long ascents, but in the wide basin of the Lazinser Alm, you can relatively easily do some additional rounds: per round 680 m and approx. 15 m ascent. A bit more strenuous is an additional round in Lazins: per round 1,336 m and 52 m ascent. 

Cross-country ski trail Walten

The cross-country ski trail Walten with a length of just under 3 km and the small difference in altitude is mainly suitable for beginners and children. However, this trail can also be attractive for advanced skiers who want to do some fast laps. The trail can be reached from Walten in a few minutes and from St. Leonhard in about 10 minutes (approx. 10 km). The use of the trail is free of charge.