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Snow is guaranteed at the Schwemmalm ski area
The Schwemmalm ski area satisfies even demanding skiers
No long queues at the Schwemmalm ski area

Winter at the Schwemmalm Ski Area

Ski holidays at the Schwemmalm for both families and experienced skiers

With a total of 25 km of ski slopes, even the most demanding and expert skiers enjoy the Schwemmalm ski area located above Pracupola/Kuppelwies. Set on a sunny hillside, this small but charming ski area in the Val d’Ultimo/Ultental Valley is used by a number of well-known skiers for training.

The Schwemmalm ski area also attracts families for holidays in the snow. Thanks to its compact size, it is possible to have an overview of the entire area. At the center of the Schwemmalm ski area are the Schwemmy Snow World, the Bärenhöhle Snow Kindergarten and a ski school. Besides skiing on the slopes, paragliding, snow sledding, cross-country skiing, ice-skating, ski mountaineering and snowshoe hiking are also offered. After a busy day on the slopes, there is still plenty of time to relax at one of the numerous traditional mountain huts.

With support services including ski rentals and storage, a ski bus, professional ski patrols and a regular schedule of events, nothing is overlooked in terms of hiking holidays at the Schwemmalm. Additional information about ski-pass ticket prices, opening hours, types of chairlifts and cable car and ski runs can be found below.


The Schwemmalm Cable Car ticket prices vary depending on the season.


State-of-the-art cable car systems as well as four chair lifts operate on the ski slopes of the Schwemmalm ski area.


The Schwemmalm Ski School holds group courses for children and adults as well as individual lessons.


The little ones are calling the shots next to the Kuppelwies cable car mountain station — this sunny field has been made into an ample practice park for...


Two ski rental outlets operate on the Schwemmalm ski area, providing a wide choice of equipment and snowboards.


Sumptuous local delicacies including tender beef dishes are served on the terraces of the Schwemmalm restaurants and mountain huts of the Ultental Valley.


Winter hiking in the Ultental Valley provides an insight into the local farming culture.


Located between two imposing mountains on either side, the Schwemmalm ski area in the Ultental Valley is home to a variety of hiking routes, both for...


The White Cross (Weißes Kreuz in German) has been responsible for the piste rescue service for many years.


At the snow kindergarten on the Schwemmalm ski area, young learners are taught by experienced instructors, and qualified animators supervise the...


The Schwemmalm ski area in the quaint Ultental Valley has a long skiing tradition and is home to many ski stars. Dominik Paris is from the Ultental Valley....


Between December and April, numerous winter events take place at the Schwemmalm ski arena and throughout the entire Ultental Valley, many of them...


In the pristine Ultental Valley at the foot of the Schwemmalm ski area, excellent cross-country skiing is possible along the man-made Zoggler Stausee lake....


Ice sports are even more exciting in a charming snow-covered landscape. As a family activity, ice skating keeps both parents and kids entertained.


Above the Weiberhimmel car park at an altitude of 1,580 m a.s.l.., the Moscha natural sled run on the Schwemmalm ski area makes its way down to the valley...