Winter If you stay in S. Valentino, it means that you can abstain from long drives to the ski resorts. Most accommodation is located in approximate vicinity of the lift facilities.

Perfectly groomed slopes, long deep snow slopes, cosy huts and entertaining Apres Skis await you.

Due to its positioning at the main alpine ridge, the Haideralm ski resort is renowned as being especially sure of snow. Therefore nothing can stand in your way from spending your winter holiday in S. Valentino

  • Enjoy an outing on a horse-drawn carriage in S. Valentino or in Vallelunga. An adventure for the whole family.
  • On Resia and Haidersee Lake you can enjoy ice-skating every year. An adventure for the whole family.
  • Cross-country skiing at Resia Pass from Nauders to S. Valentino alla Muta. Perfectly groomed slopes from 1300 to 1600 m of altitude. In S. Valentino you do not only find the ski slope right at your door step, the cross-country tracks also start right in the village. In the nearby Vallelunga Valley and Slingia you'll find perfect snow conditions for cross-country skiing all winter.
  • Haidersee and Resia Lake are known throughout the ice sailing scene. Resia Lake offers ideal prerequisites, as there is always a bit of wind. Haidersee Lake is usually frozen from early winter.
  • Carving skis are still very popular. If you are still skiing with old-style skis, you should really try carving skis. Also have a look at the reasonable rental rates of our sports shops. The new trend is New School skiing.
  • The Roia Valley and the Sesvenna area provide ideal conditions for ski touring all winter. Ski tours in Upper Val Venosta
  • Upper Val Venosta is ideal for snow-shoe hiking. In S. Valentino you can enjoy a round tour of Haidersee Lake. Other interesting winter hiking routes in the surroundings can be found in Vallelunga, Roia, Slingia and Mazia.
  • The most beautiful time for ski touring starts in December. Great slopes await you in spring in the Roia Valley and in the Slingia Valley. Further information:
  • On the Saturday before the 6th of December, a "Krampus" (devils) parade takes place in S. Valentino. This is a Tyrolean custom that is loved by old and young alike. The days when the "Krampusse" devils stroll around S. Valentino alla Muta in Advent, are very special.