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Winter camping in South Tyrol

Not just for winter sports lovers!

Why is South Tyrol ideal for winter camping? It’s simple: South Tyrol is known for its fantastic ski areas, such as Dolomiti Superski, the Ortler Ski Arena, and Sellaronda, perfectly groomed cross-country ski trails, enchanting winter and snowshoe hiking trails, and traditional Christmas markets. Those who prefer a more leisurely pace can enjoy romantic horse-drawn sleigh rides through snow-covered landscapes or do a few pirouettes on one of South Tyrol’s many frozen lakes. Some campsites also have a wonderful wellness area. Perfect for warming up after a day in the fresh winter air.

How does winter camping in South Tyrol sound?
Campsites and pitches
Your camping holiday in South Tyrol
San Vigilio di Marebbe
San Valentino alla Muta St.Valentin auf der Haides
Fiè allo Sciliar
Rasun - Anterselva
San Valentino alla Muta St.Valentin a.d.H.
Montiggl | Eppan
Pfelders/Moos in Passeier - Plan/Moso in Passiria
St. Leonhard in Passeier/S. Leonardo in Passiria
Prad am Stilfserjoch
Enjoy camping in winter in South Tyrol - Everything shines in white!

There’s also a lot happening off the slopes

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Advent
The Christmas markets
Each Christmas market is unique. But what they all have in common is the festive atmosphere, local crafts, and an authentic supporting programme.


The five original South Tyrolean Christmas Markets can be found in Sterzing, Meran, Bolzano, Brixen, and Bruneck

The Schenna Farmers’ Christmas Market and the Algund Christmas Market

The Christmas lights in Eppan and the Rittner Christbahnl Christmas Market

The Christmas Village of St. Ulrich in Gröden and the Dolomite Christmas Market in Innichen
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Fun on the slopes
The ski areas
There are nearly 30 ski areas offering a wide range of slopes for skiers. There is something for every preference and ability.


Vinschgau & Meran: Two-country ski arena at the Reschen Pass, the Pfelders, Schöneben, Sulden/Solda at the Ortler, Watles and Meran 2000 ski areas

Eisacktal & South Tyrol: Ladurns, Ratschings-Jaufen, Rosskopf, Plose, and Seiser Alm

Pustertal & Dolomites: the largest ski association in the world with 1,200km of slopes – Dolomiti Superski (including the Three Peaks Dolomites, Kronplatz, Alta Badia, and Seiser Alm Gröden, as well as smaller, family-friendly ski areas such as Gitschberg-Jochtal, Speikboden and Klausberg)
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Pure nature
Winter hiking
Explore South Tyrol’s quiet side. Snowshoe through peaceful side valleys and snow-covered forests, discover unique vantage points, and feel the clear winter air fill your lungs. In winter, the nature parks become a paradise for snow lovers and the wild animals that live there that need their rest in the cold season. Please do not disturb the animals.
Camping Südtirol tipsExperience a land of great variety and fascinating contrasts
Ötzi the Iceman
South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology
At the South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology in Bolzano, Ötzi and his artefacts have been exhibited since 1998. Experience the fascination of Ötzi for yourself!
Benedictine Abbey Marienberg
The museum “ora et labora” of the Benedictine Abbey Marienberg houses various exhibitions with items from the monastery collection. These objects tell stories and anecdotes about the life in the monastery, the everyday life of the monks today and about their activities throughout the centuries.
Messner Mountain Museum
6 places - 6 experiences
The Messner Mountain Museum is a place of encounter with the mountains and with mountain people. Every visit is like a mountain tour and a MMM round trip (with the MMM Tour Ticket) is a unique experience!
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