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Winter Holiday Val d'Ultimo South Tyrol

The winter landscape in the Ultimo Valley – South Tyrol is a paradise for winter athletes. All outdoor activities can be started directly from the Hotel.

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Winter adventure area Schwemmalm within only 5 minutes

Enjoy the Schwemmalm family ski resort in the beautiful Ultimo Valley with modern cable cars. 18 km of perfectly groomed slopes guarantee for fun during your skiing holiday in the Family Hotel & Residence St. Nikolaus. Within only 5 minutes with the free ski shuttle you can reach the new cable car facilities of the Schwemmalm ski resort and four more chairlifts for the varied Mutegg, Asmol, Sinkmoos, Dreimandler, Kirchler and Schwemmalm slopes. The different levels of difficulty of the slopes guarantee skiing fun for everyone. The exercise slopes at the exercise lift near the Breiteben Restaurant are ideal for your first skiing days.



Snow-shoe hiking

Snow-shoe hikers leave their traces in the magic winter landscape amidst snowed-in meadows and needle forests, past snow-covered huts, feeding troughs for deer, chamois and Ibex. Those who have tried these lightweight snow-shoes before know of the advantages. With these shoes you can hike through deep snow and onto peeks that are normally only discovered by alpine tour skiers. The pleasure of experiencing this unspoiled nature during a sunny winter day awakes the heart of snow-shoe hikers. Poles and snow-shoes are available at the reception. Guided hiking and trekking tours with Santer Ambros (hiking and trekking guide).


Ice-skating

Be it on an artificial ice-skating rink or a frozen lake, ice-skating has a long tradition in South Tyrol, and also in the Ultimo Valley. Whether alone or with friends - fun is guaranteed on the ice. The Ultimo Valley offers three ice-skating rinks for your pleasure. Only 5 min. from the Hotel you'll find the Kuppelwies ice-skating rink.

Ultimo Valley cross-country paradise

Deeply snowed-in Ultimo forests, the frozen Falschauer, and the traditional farms offer the ideal atmosphere for comfortable cross-country skiing. Cross-country skiers find everything they long for on the groomed and varied cross-country track during their holiday in the Family Hotel & Residence St. Nikolaus.

Perfect conditions also for beginners, thanks to the easy gradients and downhill runs. With its 25 kilometres of cross-country tracks, the Ultimo Valley can truly be called a cross-country Eldorado. The track is very varied and features a difference in altitude of 300 metres, the possibility of skating and classic style skiing.


Ski tours

Ski tours promise absolute harmony with nature. An incredible skiing adventure awaits you off-side the slopes. Unspoilt and snowed-in mountain valleys, panoramic pastures, loose powder snow, peace and solitude await ski tour fans on their routes. The pleasure of experiencing this unspoiled nature during a sunny winter day awakes the heart of ski tourers…the Ultimo Valley – a paradise for ski tourers.


Sledging on the "Moscha"

Snowboarding, skiing, après ski….but thats not all. Sledging on the natural "Moscha" toboggan run is part of a winter holiday in the Ultimo Valley. Night sledging under a full moon and a starry sky provides a special highlight. The natural toboggan run "Moscha" near the Schwemmalm ski resort is guaranteed fun! And those who can't get enough of sledging in the daytime, can enjoy night sledging every Wednesday from 7 p.m. on the floodlit toboggan run. Sledging afternoon from 3 p.m. and night sledging from 7 p.m. with mulled wine at the "Moscha Bar" every Wednesday! Furthermore, sleighs can be rented for a fee of 1.50 €.

Guest Reviews

"We are a family with small children and were already the 2. to family staffler to guest. "Albl Lift" directly in the proximity is ideal. A large compliment to the kitchen and the hospitality throughout the hotel was noticeable."

Christa - January 2014