Sella Nevea

Skiing in beautiful surrounding with the possibility to pass to the Slovenian side - this ski resort is a hidden treasure. With a very quick cable card and prices that are hard to match, this is a perfect spot for your skiing adventures. We highly recommend having some refreshments in the Refugio Gilberti at the top of the report. 

Tarvisio / Monte Lussari

Skiing slopes start right from the village of Tarvisio overlooking the surrounding valleys. In this resort, everyone can find its slope based on skill level and preferences. An absolute must is to get some refreshment in the form of drinks, food, and stunning views from the scenic Monte Lussari where some cable cards finish. We recommend using free parking near Telecabina Monte Lussari.

Krajnska gora / Podkoren

Kranjska Gora, Slovenia's most famous resort, with its large hotels at the foot of the Julian Alps, offers well-arranged, medium-length slopes from easy to sporty, served by modern and older cable cars. Its main henikep is the below-average altitude.


Neither small nor large on the border of Austrian Carinthia and Italy has pleasantly shaped red slopes in a backdrop reminiscent of the Dolomites. The trails with a total length of 111 km spread out in sparsely wooded terrain basins and are especially suitable for the "middle class". Although Nassfeld does not impress with its altitude, it often surprises with a considerable amount of snow.

Dreiländereck / Arnoldstein

Dreiländereck on the border of Austria, Italy and Slovenia is a small, clear and friendly ski center with a homely atmosphere, ideal for families, less skilled skiers, beginners or beginners. A fast 3-seater runs out of the valley from Arnoldstein, which is surrounded by a long red slope through the forest. At the top, skiers are transported only by lifts scattered along the summit ridge – the slopes are moderate and steeper, but always short with an elevation of up to 200 m.