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Meran 2000 ski region
Only four kilometres into the snow paradise. From Schenna, you can reach the winter sports eldorado of the Meran 2000 in a very short time.
Your car can stay at home! The bus will take you from the village centre to the valley terminal of the skiing region in only six minutes. Altogether, there are seven lift facilities, 40 kilometres of piste, 18 kilometres of cross-country trails and 1 toboggan run.
The winter season starts on 8th December 2012 and the ski region is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The new cable-car operates from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., on Sundays and bank holidays from 8.30 a.m. and during the Christmas holidays to 8th January from 8 a.m.
Directly at the mountain terminal, you will find ‘Lucki‘s Kinderland‘, the new open air kindergarden, named after its Hafling mascot. At the ski school, kids can take their first steps on skies or a snowboard. There is sufficient space to play and three large carpets make the ascent easier for small kids. At the snow tube piste, children can slide down the slope together with their parents. Close by you’ll find the start of the natural toboggan run, as well as the Alpine bob.
The Meran 2000 ski region offers altogether eight huts and Alpine pubs, which are open all year round. You will be served regional delicacies such as Shepherd’s pasta, dumplings, potato soup, as well as wurstel and pork roast.
For those who want to celebrate New Year’s Eve with friends and family at an Alpine hut or who would like to enjoy a downhill run at midnight, the Meran 2000 ski region is open from 7.30 p.m. to 2 a.m. At midnight, the traditional fireworks will be held at Piffing.