to the menu

Winter at Merano 2000

The Merano 2000 family ski area impresses visitors with plenty of sunny days, a variety of recreational activities and Alpine huts catering for families and first-time skiers. Discover Merano 2000 with the new FuniCard Merano and Environs.

40 km of Sunny Slopes for Winter Sports Enthusiasts and Families

The Merano 2000 family ski area is ideal for first-time skiers. Children, families, recreational skiers and beginners will value the ski and hiking area beneath the Ivigna mountain for its straightforword and varied approach, and also for its advantageous family tickets, progressive ski pass prices and special tickets.

On 40 km of varied intermediate-level slopes, freeriders, carvers and snowboarders can enjoy the wide runs. In winter, the sunny terrace of Merano“ is also a popular destination with snowshoe hikers, ski tourers, cross-country skiiers and tobogganers.

Winter Experiences


Download Broschure >>
Marker at the ski area Merano 2000, South Tyrol, Italy

Accessibility
at Merano 2000

The Merano 2000 family ski area is an ideal holiday destination for beginners, families, and all skiing newcomers. The high plateau is also fully accessible for physically disabled winter sports enthusiasts.


In addition to a wide range of family activities, the Merano 2000 ski area above Merano is also known for its barrier-free handicapped access, allowing disabled guests to enjoy this winter sports region. As a recent study by the Social Cooperative independent L. confirms, Merano 2000 and the Merano 2000 Cable Car are well-suited for visitors with disabilities. The cable car cabins are provided with ground-level boarding ramps, and the summit station is

equipped with an elevator providing access to the new Panorama Bistro. The Merano 2000 ski area is a popular training area for winter sport athletes with disabilities. Every year the skiing section of the Merano Sports Club holds competitions for skiers with disabilities. The associations "Freunde der Behinderten" and "Amici degli Handicappati" (Friends of the Disabled) train here regularly with the Merano 2000 Ski School.

to the top