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Slopes, Lifts and Timetables

Here you find all actual information about the slopes and lifts of Merano 2000.

Winter Season: 07.12.2018 - 24.03.2019

Winter at Merano 2000, Snow sports in Southtyrol

THE SKI AND HIKING RESORT MERANO 2000 IS CURRENTLY CLOSED.
WE START WINTER SEASON ON FRIDAY 7 DECEMBER.

SCHEDULE

 Lifts Monday - Friday

SAT, SUN and Holidays

Merano 2000 Ropeway*

9:00 - 17:30

8:30 - 17:30
Falzeben Gondola  9:00 - 17:00 8:30 - 17:00
Wallpach Chairlift 9:15 - 16:30 8:45 - 16:30
Piffing Chairlift  9:15 - 16:00 8:45 - 16:00
St. Oswald Chairlift  9:30 - 16:30 9:00 - 16:30
Mittager & Kesselberg Chairlifts 9:30 - 16:00 9:00 - 16:00
Alpin Bob

SAT, SUN & MON
11:00 - 16:30

TUE - FRI
closed
Snowpark Daily open
9:30 - 15:30

During Christmas-Season (26.12.2018-01.06.2019) opening at 8 AM! 


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OVERVIEW OF LIFTS

Lift FacilityLengthAltitude DifferenceTravel TimeStatus
Merano 2000 Ropeway 3.650 m1.350 m7 min.Open
Falzeben Gondola1.850 m300 m5 min.Open
Wallpach Chairlift906 m235 m7 min.Open
Piffing Chairlift1.650 m146 m10 min.Closed
St. Oswald Chairlift1.450 m346 m5 min.Closed
Mittager Chairlift1.256 m290 m8 min.Closed
Kesselberg Chairlift 1.850 m320 m11 min.Closed
3 Moving Carpets at Luckis Kinderland54 m
130 m
36 m
Open
Alpin Bob1.100 m150 m3 - 5 min.Closed

OVIERVIEW OF SLOPES

RunDifficultyStatus
Falzeben IEasyOpen
Falzeben IIDifficultOpen
WallpachMediumOpen
Wallpach - Training & RaceMediumOpen
Oswald IMediumClosed
Oswald IIMediumClosed
Kesselberg IEasyClosed
Kesselberg IIEasyClosed
MittagerDifficultClosed
Toboggan runEasyOpen
Cross Country SlopeEasyClosed
Upper SnowparkEasyClosed
SnowparkMediumClosed
Slopes map Merano 2000

SLOPES MAP


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SAFETY STANDARDS

Safety standards for a carefree holiday at the ski resort of Meran 2000:

1. Respect for other skiers
You are responsible for your own safety and that of other skiers and snow boarders. Be aware of people around you and take necessary action to avoid skiing dangerously or causing a hazard to yourself or others.

2. Control of speed and manner of skiing
Control your direction and speed of travel, taking account of the terrain, snow, weather and traffic conditions.

3. Choice of path
Select an appropriate path. If you are skiing behind someone it’s your responsibility to ski around them without causing any danger to them.

4. Overtaking
You can over-take from either left or right but you must leave enough distance between yourself and other skiers to allow them to manoeuvre properly.

5. Joining and starting
Before starting off or pulling out you must look up and down the slope and choose an appropriate moment to execute your manoeuvre, so as not to endanger yourself or other skiers.

6. Stopping 
Avoid stopping at blind corners or narrow or enclosed places unless you have to i.e. you’re injured. In the case of an injury you must vacate the spot as soon as practicable, to avoid further danger (to yourself or others). You should always stop at the side of the slope.

7. Ascending and descending 
You must always use the side of the slope to walk up or down, whether wearing skis or not. 

8. Observing the signs
Pay attention to and follow the signs, markings and notices on the slope.

9. Offering assistance
You are obliged by law to offer help and assistance in the event of any accident.

10. Duty to identify yourself
You are also obliged by law to give your personal details in the event of an accident, whether you caused it, witnessed it or assisted at it.

The operator of the ski area is not liable for accidents occurring away from the designated runs. The official FIS rules can be found here: www.fis-ski.com

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