Plose is a fantastic ski resort located in South Tyrol, Dolomites, Italy. It has over 40km of ski terrain and a varied amount of runs for every type of skier. The resort boasts fabulous views of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Dolomites. The resort is described as not too crowded so it is perfect for those looking for a quieter holiday to improve their turns.
Plose ski area is part of the Dolomiti Superski region, which has access to 12 different resorts and over 1200km of ski slopes.
The legendary Trametsch descent is a great run for any ski fantatic. Starting close to the Plosehütte mountain hut at 2446m, this run has spectacular views of the sunny mountains of Plose. Covering 1,400 of elevation and 9 km of pure descent, the Trametsch is a real thrill.
Plose is just 7km or 15 minutes in the car from Brixen, the nearest town which is also the oldest in Tyrol. Brixen is a beautiful town filled with culture, art galleries, museums, restaurants and shops.
Resort Altitude: 1,067m
Resort Skiing: 2,505m
Total Ski Area: 42.5 km
Blue Runs: 19.6 km
Red Runs: 9.5 km
Black Runs: 13.5 km
Plose ski resort has suitable terrain for beginner and intermediate skiers and snowboarders. It is a small ski resort with 35 pisted runs, totalling up to 42.5km of slopes. There is a good range of blue, red and black runs and visitors can benefit from the short lift queues.