In the heart of the Stelvio National Park at 1,900 m above sea level you will find the picturesque mountain village of Sulden.
The extremely mild climate (in Sulden you will find the highest tree line in Europe) and the proximity to untouched nature promise pure relaxation and endurance.
Sulden* is surrounded by 14 three-thousand-metre peaks, including the local mountain Ortler, the highest mountain in South Tyrol, with its majestic 3,905 metres. Sulden is therefore an ideal starting point for exploring the magnificent nature of the Stelvio National Park on a hike in summer. The crystal-clear, almost pollen-free air is particularly relaxing for allergy and asthma sufferers.
*Snow guaranteed from November to May!
State-of-the-art lifts take you up to 3,250 m. You can expect 40 kilometres of perfectly groomed pistes of all levels of difficulty, a fun park for snowboarders, 7 km of cross-country ski trails in the valley floor of Sulden, beautiful routes for romantic snowshoe hikes and well-prepared hiking trails for non-skiers.
And the best thing is… There are no waiting times at the different lifts. In Sulden you can still ski and not just “ski stand”.