The ski run for beginners is situated in St. Anton and is about 4 km remote of the Ski area Ladurns. Beginners can easily learn to ski with the ski tow.
Easy slope convenient for beginners and children.
The alternative on the beginners slope Ladurner Alm.
The experts slope with a length of 1200m: the big challenge in Ladurns.
An alternative for experienced skiers.
Skiing with a sensational mountain view on the peaks Tribulaun and Weißwandspitze.
Skiing on the champions marks! Patrick Staudacher made his first moves in Ladurns. He won the super-G gold medal at the 2007 World Championships in Åre.
The main slope which connects the mountain with the valley. Length: 4.500 m, level of difficulty: mid-grade.
The training slope in Ladurns! Enjoy the variety of this course.
The slope in in the Val di Fleres, Erl offers the best conditions, especially for experienced cross-country skiers.
The slope in the Val di Fleres, from Ladurns to S. Antonio/St. Anton offers the best conditions, especially for experienced cross-country skiers.
The Zirago/Zirog toboggan run goes from the Enzianhütte mountain hut to the valley to Terme di Brennero/Brennerbad.
The toboggan run leads along the forest from the Hühnerspielhütte mountain hut to valley to Colle Isarco/Gossensass.
The 6.5 km sleigh run is an inviting temptation for exciting group descents through the snowy woods. The start of the sleigh run is just below the upper ski lift station running down to the valley station. For those in search of absolute winter tranquillity, there’s the trail leading to the Allriss mountain pasture amidst a pristine landscape in the Upper Isarco Valley.
The 6.5 km sledge run is an inviting temptation for exciting group descents through the snowy woods. The start of the sledge run is just below the upper ski lift station running down to the valley station.
Rent sledge at the valley station.
The Allriss toboggan run is located in the Val di Fleres/Pflersch valley and leads from the Allrissalm mountain hut down to the parking lot high above S. Antonio/St. Anton. The low gradient is ideal for families with children.