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Review 3 Zinnen Dolomites: Beginner Skiing

3 Zinnen Dolomites
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Beginner 8 / 10
Overall: 80 / 100
  • Good access to the beginner area
  • Well equipped kids park
  • Designated beginner areas
  • Great variety of ski schools and lessons offered
  • Little variety of runs for beginners

Only partially suitable for newcomers

One glance at the trail map may be enough to put greenhorns and rookies off visiting the ski area. However, the Sexten Dolomites certainly offer up good options when it comes to training slopes. Whether in Vierschach, Waldheim or Moos – these separate areas are an ideal practice ground thanks to the short and gentle gradients. In addition, all of the ski resorts in the area have ski schools which offer beginners the expert tuition of professional coaches.

If you are not completely new to winter sports, you will also likely be able to enjoy some other runs in the rest of the ski area. Down from the Raut chairlift in Vierschach, beginners can check out the Raut practice area (no. 18) and on Helm, you can catch the practice lift serving runs 15 & 15a. You will also find suitable slopes for beginners on the Rotwand, most notably Rotwandwiesen (no. 4). We also recommend taking the UNESCO ski route (no. I) on the Kreuzbergpass. From the mountain station of the Porzen ski lift, this route winds through 4.7 km of gentle and idyllic landscapes in this world heritage site – affording visitors breath-taking views of the Knieberg, known locally as the “little Matterhorn”. Another alternative for rookies are the runs on the Haunold in Innichen.

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Ben Ammer
Ben Ammer (Age: 26-30)
Skill: Advanced • in Mar 2007
Travelled as: n.V.
Beginners can use the entire piste offer at the Haunold!
The Haunold massif reaches up to a height of 2966m, but the slopes only extend up to a height of 1600m. The terrain is quite gentle and in addition to the four blue pistes, the three pistes marked ... Read complete review
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Martin Bauer
Martin Bauer (Age: 26-30)
Skill: Pro • in Mar 2007
Travelled as: n.V.
Beautiful practice areas, but demanding valley!
In the category "Beginner" we especially convinced the practice slopes in four chess and in Sesto. The first slip tests are best done at the valley station of the gondola four chess helmet. There a... Read complete review
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Andrea Berger
Andrea Berger (Age: 26-30)
Skill: Pro • in Mar 2007
Travelled as: n.V.
Only two easy runs!
Beginners will have difficulty in the ski resort Rotwand. With only two short runs of the easiest category, the practice terrain for these clientele is very limited. Only on the Rotwand Meadows (pi... Read complete review
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