From November 21, the ski area will open again for professional training groups.
“Sulden am Ortler, situated at an altitude of just under 2000 metres, has been a destination for mountaineers and skiers since 1804: it’s snow-sure, accessible and yet quiet. In addition to hiking trails and several natural attractions, it is above all famous for the cable car and lifts that take you to the high mountains in winter and summer enabling mountain tours and skiing in a distinctive mountain scenery: The pulpit lift with midday sun, Madritsch with an average height of 3000m as a class of its own, the Langenstein lift and the Rosimbahn offer ski fun for everyone. Sulden would be a perfect winter sports resort: Values such as tranquillity, no waiting times, sublimity with the highest mountain in South Tyrol and deceleration still stand out here. They are supplemented by family friendliness, moderate prices and good-humoured hosts. The former “Siberia of Tyrol” has become an insider tip. ”…
(extreme mountaineer, adventurer, book author)