Circuit Murrerhof Lenght: 2.9 km Difficulty: easy Cross Country Ski-Card: Day ticket: 4,00 € Weekly ticket: 15,00 € Season ticket: 40,00 €. 1 week ticket for cross country skiing at the Val die Pennes slope is included in the Bozen Card Plus.
Circuit Pennes-Laste. Lenght: 8.7 km Difficulty: easy, medium Cross Country Ski-Card: Day ticket: 4,00 € Weekly ticket: 15,00 € Season ticket: 40,00 €. 1 week ticket for cross country skiing at the Val die Pennes slope is included in the Bozen Card Plus.
4 km open!
Along the way there are 12 stations, which were designed by the pupils of the local primary school. There are lots of small master pieces which were smoothly integrated into the landscape of the Salten high plateau. Each station tells you about a local fairy tale from the area of San Genesio. The stories and fairy tales about witches and similar legendary creatures have always excited the fantasy of children and adults alike. Examples of the many exciting stories are the explanation why the Castle Greifenstein is always called ”Sauerschloss“, the fairy tale of the sunken city, the endless ball of threads, the butter witch of Afing, how the Castle of Greifenstein got its name, the captured mermaid, and many more. Duration: approx. 2 hours Length: 7 km Starting point: Parking space Schermoos Destination: bus stop Straße Jenesien - Mölten
Illuminated Circuit Laste: Lenght: 2 km Difficulty: easy Cross Country Ski-Card: Day ticket: 4,00 € Weekly ticket: 15,00 € Season ticket: 40,00 €. 1 week ticket for cross country skiing at the Val die Pennes slope is included in the Bozen Card Plus.
2,9 km artificial snow slope for about 2,9 km open.
The steepest! Joch ski run from the Sattele (at 2,470m, the highest point in the San Martino/Reinswald ski area) to Pfnatsch-Alm. One section even has a gradient of 58%. The Joch ski run data: 400 metres above sea level along a length of 1.5km! Here often the slalom artists of Italian Ski Team have a training stage.
Pensertal Cross Country Ski Track. The white gourmet trail runs along the Pennes Valley and passes traditional mountain huts and cosy inns. We recommend the circuit Asten and Murrerhof to pleasure-loving classics and skaters. Cross country enthusiasts will enjoy the 9 km long Pennes-Asten circuit. All trails are prepared daily and guarantee pure cross country skiing fun. Difficulty: Difficult, medium, easy Cross Country Ski-Card: Day ticket: 4,00 € Weekly ticket: 15,00 € Season ticket: 40,00 €. 1 week ticket for cross country skiing at the Val die Pennes slope is included in the Bozen Card Plus.
The longest and most enjoyable Pichlberg-Plankenhorn from the "Sattele" (2,460 m) to the base station (1,570 m) – 3.7km long with an altitude difference of nearly 900m. These fantastic slopes with their breathtaking panoramic views will not fail to impress. The piste is to full European Cup standards with superb crossover points and speeds capable of giving you that rollercoaster feeling. The Plankenhorn piste is wide and bordered by Alpine meadows along its entire route, offering a constant invitation to venture out into the deep snow.
The varied, curvy and natural sledging trail begins right next to the cable car mountain station on the Pichlbergalm Alpine farm. After a 100 m long tunnel, more than 4.5 km of sledging fun really begins. At the halfway point of the descent, the Sunnolm mountain restaurant, located right next to the sledging trail, offers rest and refreshments. Those exhausted at the end of the sledge ride can regain their strength at the Bärnstub restaurant at the valley station. Tip: Reinswald ski rental is located at the valley station, where you can rent out everything you might want for real sledging fun, from simple sledges to fast racing sledges.
The sledging trail has an average incline of about 10–12% and the dangerous passages are secured by wooden walls. The sledging trail is groomed on a daily basis and is fully appropriate for children.
Night sledging on weekends with a full moon is an unforgettable experience. The cable car is open from 8 to 10 pm and the nearby mountain huts provide music and entertainment.
Snow and fun im Sunpark Reinswald PARK SETUP: MEDIUM LINE: 4 Kicker (2m – 11m) Down Rail Down Box Picknick Table Straight Tube Kinked Box EASY LINE: 5 Kicker (2m – 4m) Up Box Straight Box Up Down Box.
On weekends when there is a full moon you can enjoy the delights of tobogganing by the light of the moon. The cable railway will be in operation from 8:00 to 10:00pm, allowing you to enjoy as many descents as you can manage. The "Reinswalder Wiesn" toboggan run is an experience not to be missed. The run starts at 2,130, above sea level at the Pichlberg Alpine bar/restaurant and winds its way down past hillsides deep in snow to the welcoming Sunnolm restaurant (www.sunnolm.it) at the cable railway base station.
Experience the outdoors with all your senses on an excursion for the entire family! Fun, games and adventure are guaranteed! The Urlesteig trail gets its name from the Urlelockn ponds, the geological heart of South Tyrol. Six themed areas are laid out along the trail: Water, Animals, History & Culture, Plants, Forces of Nature and Alpine Pasture.
Starting at the Reinswald cable car valley station, the prepared winter hiking trail first leads along the ski slope up to the Sunnolm mountain restaurant. After a short, steep ascent from the Sunnolm, winter hikers can then look forward to continuing on a well-appointed, natural forest trail which winds its way uphill until just before the Pichlbergalm Alpine farm (cable car mountain station). From the Pichlbergalm head east to the sunny Latschensteig trail (part of the Urlesteig trail – the nature experience in the Sarntal valley) at the foot of the Blankenhörndl mountain. Continue until you reach the Getrumalm Alpine farm (staffed; at the beginning and towards the end of the winter season, ask about opening times at the valley station). At the Getrumalm a wide forest road leads down to the car park at the Reinswald ski area valley station.
Tip: a limited number of sledges for a descent into the valley can be hired at the Getrumalm and returned at the ski rental at the valley station.