Directly under the Latemar massif in the heart of the Dolomites, yet so close to the regional capital of Bolzano/Bozen: that’s where you’ll find the Obereggen ski resort, the place of winter sports enthusiasts’ dreams.
There are 48 kilometres of slopes, 18 lifts, 3 toboggan runs, 1 bobsled rollercoaster, 1 nightpark, a snowpark and 1 illuminated slope. Not to mention a children's area and childcare to make sure that even the little ones can have tons of winter fun. It should be no surprise that Obereggen and the entire Ski Center Latemar have been rated one of the world's leading ski resorts by skiresort.de! In addition – a unique highlight – the entire Obereggen area is served by a district heating system, ensuring that winter, nature and sustainability go hand in hand here at the foot of the Latemar range.
If you buy a ski pass in Obereggen, one ski resort instantly becomes four! A multi-day ski pass for Obereggen gives access to the Val di Fiemme/Obereggen association, which combines the Ski Center Latemar with the resorts of Alpe Lusia, Alpe Cermis and Jochgrimm-Oclini, as well as the ski lifts in the villages of Deutschnofen/Nova Ponente and Petersberg/Monte San Pietro – a total of 111 km of slopes! And that's not all.
Obereggen also belongs to the Dolomiti Superski carousel, the world's largest ski area, with a total of 1,200 km of pistes to satisfy even the most demanding of winter sports fans! There really is no end to the winter adventures here, as you can switch from skiing to sledging as the mood takes you! Or how do you fancy exploring the winter hiking trails through the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site?
48 kilometres slopes Obereggen, Pampeago, Predazzo
18 lifts, 1 snowpar, 1 nightpark
3 toboggan runs, 1 bobsled rollercoaster
3 ski and snowboard school, 3 children's areas
2 ski hire shop, 1 super-modern ski depot
13 ski huts
200 snow cannons
Ski pass Val di Fiemme/Obereggen with 111 kilometres of pistes
Ski pass Valle Silver with 390 kilometres of pistes
Ski pass Dolomiti Superski with 1,200 kilometres of pistes