The Klausberg Ski Arena is located toward the end of the Valle Aurina-Ahrntal, a side valley of the Val Pusteria to the north, and it ranges between 1,054 and 2,510 m (3,458 and 8,235 ft.) The area has established itself above all else through its varied offering of different sports, such as skiing, snowboarding, sledding, and ski touring, but also because of the many activities and attractions in the snow for young people, children, and little kids. In recent years, the Klausberg Ski Arena has received numerous awards: “Top Ski Area for Children and Families”, “Best Ski Grooming in the Alps”, and “Ski Area Secret Tip of the Year”.
Events: International Snow Sculpture Festival, Music on the Slopes, Ski Show every other Wednesday, Night Sledding with Fondue Evening, Ski Touring Evening
|Length of ski runs:||32 km/20 miles (of which 11 km/7 miles are blue runs, 12 km/7 miles red runs, 9 km/6 miles black runs)|
|Ski lift facilities:||8 (of which 2 are cable cars, 6 chairlifts)|
|Valid ski passes:||Klausberg and Valle Aurina-Ahrntal|
|Town directly on the ski slope:||Cadipietra-Steinhaus|
|Ski season starts:||02.12.2017|
|Ski season ends:||08.04.2018|
“Klausberg Flitzer” Alpine Coaster, Dino Fun Line, White Carpet
The spacious ski slopes in all degrees of difficulty offer the ideal surroundings for pleasant days of skiing at an elevation of over 2,000 meters (6,500 feet) above sea level. Especially impressive here is the backdrop of the three thousand meter (ten thousand foot) peaks of the Zillertal Alps. The Klausberg Ski Arena also has the Klausi-Land Ski World for children, as well as the Funktaklaus Funpark for all freestyle fans. Along the ski runs, skiers can choose from among eight ski chalets and then ring out the day at an après-ski at the valley terminal. In addition to the ski runs, there are also two sled runs on the Klausberg.