Altitude: 1130-2300 Meters

3 Zinnen Dolomites in short

  • 200km of cross-country skiing
  • Cozy ski resorts in beautiful surroundings
  • Charming ski resorts in this ski area
  • Italian flair

The Hochpustertal ski area is well-known for being a true paradise for cross-country skiers, who can literally cross the Dolomites on the northern side of South Tyrol. There are around 200km of cross-country ski trails here, offering fantastic views all along the way. But this is not the only reason to come to this area! The ski resorts here are easily accessible by train and have all kept an atmosphere typical of days gone by regardless of their increasing popularity as ski holiday destinations.

The ski area, with over 50km of well groomed downhill ski slopes, is especially adapted to beginner skiers and snowboarders with most of the skiing situated on and around the 2400m high Thurntaler mountain. The slopes are wide and pleasant and there is a relaxed atmosphere everywhere you go. There are some good black runs here but the more avid skiers can buy a Super-skipass which gives access to an area totalling 1200km of ski slopes!

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Overview of slopes and lifts in 3 Zinnen Dolomites


Ski lifts

Additional information

Blue slopes54,0 km Drag lifts19Start of the season21 November
Red slopes49,4 km Chair lifts6End of the season11 April
Black slopes11,9 km Gondola lifts6Glacier
Off-piste0,0 km Train0Min. altitude1130 m
Total115,3 km Capacity18000 Pers./HourMax. altitude2300 m

travelResorts in 3 Zinnen Dolomites ski area

Off-piste & freestyle in 3 Zinnen Dolomites

Snow parks 0Tables
Half pipeBoxes
Quarter pipeRails
BoardercrossOff-piste allowed
KickersOff-piste zone

Ski pass prices (low season)

Low season 6-day ski pass Children Adults Free up to
3 Zinnen Dolomites EUR 159.00 EUR 228.00 8 Years old
Dolomiti Superski EUR 197.00 EUR 282.00 8 Years old

Ski pass prices (high season)

High season 6-day ski pass Children Adults Free up to
3 Zinnen Dolomites EUR 199.00 EUR 285.00 8 Years old
Dolomiti Superski EUR 219.00 EUR 313.00 8 Years old

Blogs about 3 Zinnen Dolomites

30 June 2020 by Danielle in 'Destinations''

Italy’s ski resorts boast sunny pistes, family-friendly facilities and world-famous Italian cuisine. That’s not to mention the breathtaking panoramic views from the ski slopes, a good number of which are located in the Dolomites. Whether you haven’t been to Italy yet or whether you’re dying to go back, it’s worth looking into which ski resorts will suit you best. Are you an après-ski fanatic or are you planning a family holiday? Whatever your fancy, discover our picks for the 15 best ski areas i... More ›

16 October 2019 by Danielle in 'Ski areas''

Believe it or not, summer is a busy time for many ski resorts. Even when the Alps aren't covered in snow, there is plenty to do: lifts, piste bashers, and snow cannons must all be inspected and fixed where necessary, and preparations must be made for the upcoming ski season. Some ski resorts take advantage of the ski pistes being closed to instal new lifts! Here you'll find a quick overview of the major new lifts that will be inaugurated for the 2019/20 ski season.... More ›
(Photo: © TVB Paznaun Ischgl)

23 July 2019 by Danielle in 'Ski areas''

Welcome to one of the largest ski conglomerates in the world! The Dolomiti Superski pass gives access to 12 ski resorts and 1200km of pistes in the beautiful Italian Dolomites. Located in South Tyrol, Trentino and Veneto, the Dolomiti Superski is home to some of the biggest names in Italy, including Cortina d'Ampezzo, Val Gardena and the Sextner Dolomiten. In this guide, we'll tell you everything you need to know about accommodation, weather reports and more ahead of your ski holidays in the Dol... More ›

10 November 2018 by Danielle in 'Ski areas''

Today the Dolomites are a UNESCO World Heritage Site, famous for their rose-tinted glow in the sunset and the spectacular views of the mountain peaks. Ski areas such as Alta Badia and Cortina d'Ampezzo draw skiers and snowboarders from around the world to enjoy the luxurious pistes, friendly hospitality and delicious local cuisine. But just a century ago, the Dolomites bore witness to some of the bloodiest fighting of World War I. Austrian and Italian soldiers battled it out amongst the snow ... More ›

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3 Zinnen Dolomites

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The information applies for the ski area of Drei Zinnen Dolomiten. During the ski season information is updated daily.

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