Skiing holidays in Racines – fabulous vacation with snow guarantee
The guesthouse “Pension am Lärchenrain” lies in a snowy alpine region of South Tyrol at an altitude of 1,100 meters. With the skiing areas Racines Giovo, Monte Cavallo and Ladurno, in the winter months there are three ski resorts, which are all part of the ski area “South Tyrolean – Alta Val d’Isarco”. Perfectly groomed slopes make skiing in the winter sports areas a pleasant experience. From the mountain village of Pratone a free shuttle bus takes you comfortably to the ski areas. An attraction for freestylers and snowboarders is the specially constructed fun park with numerous jump elements. In the local ski schools beginners and children can safely learn how to ski.
A variety of winter sports during the skiing holidays in Racines
The South Tyrolean holiday region south of the Alps is a paradise for winter sports enthusiasts and active families with children. In addition to the well prepared slopes, there are numerous cross-country ski trails for your skiing holidays in Racines. As an international venue for international championships, the Biathlon Center Val Ridanna is known far beyond the country’s borders. In the municipality of Racines, there are several cross-country trails; and who aims high, can try the high trail “Platschjoch”. Entry is at the top station of the ski area Racines Giovo. Great variety during your winter holidays is guaranteed on the ice rink in Racines di Dentro. On the glassy ice you can even play curling.
Winter fun off the slopes
Tobogganing guarantees great winter holiday fun for the entire family. The toboggan runs at Monte Cavallo and in Racines offer two fabulous routes to choose from, where you can race downhill at breakneck speed. A new trend in the winter months is snowshoeing. Don’t miss this unique experience during your skiing holidays in Racines. The necessary equipment can be rented in Vipiteno or Racines. The magnificent mountains in the area around the South Tyrolean village offer ideal conditions for winter hikers. There are ski tours of varying difficulty, and on the summits, first-class deep snow downhill slopes await you.