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My skier's heart rejoices.

A snow-white delight.

Winter in the Plose ski resort is the right time for memorable moments. Snow-capped peaks and pristine ski slopes make my heart soar. Not to mention the breathtaking 360° panoramic view of the Dolomites.
I strap on my skis. Right outside the front door. And make the first turns in the snow. In no time at all, I am at the heart of the ski resort. A real delight awaits me.

"I must have snow, if I am to enjoy the winter. Soft, white, thick snow that warms my heart and brings joy to my eyes.”

(Hermann Löns)
The Plose ski resort has more than 40 km of pistes of all levels of difficulty, 12 km of toboggan runs, 12 km of winter hiking trails and 7 modern ski lifts. Between 2,505 m to 1,067 m above sea level await the snowy adventures I have long dreamed of. The downhill run on the Trametsch, starting from the Rifugio Plose at 2,486 m and leading down towards Santa Andrea for 9 km, is legendary. The Funpark Plose makes the spirits of all freestylers soar. Thrilling attractions, ideal snow conditions and trendy events make eyes light up. A hut stop on a skiing day on the Plose is a definite must. I quiet my hunger and thirst in the “La Finestra” restaurant or in the cosy mountain hut. Depending on what I fancy. There are plenty of options: 14 restaurants spoil their guests with culinary diversity.
Even if I don’t have my own skis, snowboard or toboggan with me, it doesn’t stop me from having endless fun in the snow. I can borrow everything at the valley station from the certified ski rental shop. And if I’m still a little uncertain on my legs, I can book lessons from a ski guide or ski instructor right from the hotel. And then, it’s off weaving across the glistening slopes. Exactly how I imagined my winter holiday to be!

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