Cross-country skiing:


    Glide over the trails through the meadows and woods on a sunny day, breathe the fresh mountain air and admire the surrounding nature.

    In the mountain village Rein in Taufers at 1600m four different tracks are offered, from 3 to 12km with different degrees of difficulty. You will get an insight into the biathlon world under the guidance of former biathlete of the German national team, Barbara Ertl.

    At the end of the Ahrn Valley, in Kasern, you go up and down on the more demanding Sonnenloipe (approx. 10km long). Several cozy alpine huts are located on the way and offer tasty South Tyrolean cuisine. 
    By the way: Kasern is also worth a visit without skis!

    The alpine and family village Weißenbach at 1300m attracts many guests with its 10 km long cross-country ski run with a total height difference of 110m.

    The 16 km long Mühlwald-Lappach trail starts at the restaurant Meggima (also worth a visit) at the lake in Mühlwald and leads through meadows and forests past mountain farms to Lappach.

    In Antholz you have the possibility to try out biathlon. Every year in January the Biathlon World Cup takes place there. The Biathlon Centre is about a one-hour drive from Mühlen and offers exciting races to cheer for.


    Cross-country skiing
    Cross-country skiing




    A sleigh ride on one of the various natural toboggan runs should not be missed during a winter visit to the Ahrn Valley. Walk up, reward yourself with a dish of delicious South Tyrolean dumplings, toboggan down, enjoy life.

    The Tristenbach toboggan run in Weißenbach is a tobogganing experience of a special kind. The 4.5 km long, snow-sure and perfectly groomed natural toboggan run winds its way through snow-covered forests up to three sun-drenched alpine pastures.

    A long-distance downhill run from the Weizgruberalm to Mühlwald in an idyllic winter landscape - an insider tip for every enthusiastic tobogganist.

    Speikboden and Klausberg
    For those who prefer it more comfortable, take the lift and save the tedious way up. 
    The longest toboggan run in South Tyrol is waiting for you on the Speikboden. You ride 10km leisurely on a very well groomed - and if necessary even artificially snowed - toboggan run down to Luttach. 
    At Klausberg the slope is open once a week for night tobogganers.