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Spend your winter holiday on our farm

Spend your winter holiday on our farm

Set your sights on a winter holiday at Zolthof and enjoy a carefree break in our comfortable holiday cottages. When the first snow falls, the area around our farm turns into a white fairy-tale land. There is no stopping the children now, so out come the sledges, and the whole family can club together to build a snowman. A photo of him against the impressive powdered backdrop will always be a reminder of your days on our farm.

Your winter home on our Zolthof farm

Your winter home on our Zolthof farm

After a successful snowball fight or a glorious trip out, your temporary home awaits with warmth and cosiness. Our holiday apartments are a place to get comfortable and enjoy a cup of tea while enjoying the beautiful views outside. You can round off the day with a cheerful game or television session.

Winter holiday in a ski paradise

Winter holiday in a ski paradise

If you spend your winter holiday with us, you will be staying right next to one of the South Tyrol’s most beautiful ski resorts. On Europe’s highest meadow, the Seiser Alm, there are perfect conditions for skiing. There are over 60 kilometres of slopes to enjoy, served by 23 lifts, with the impressive Schlern in the background. This is a place for beginners and professionals alike, including both snowboarders and skiers. Cross-country skiers enjoy the 60 kilometres of tracks through the snowy winter world. And for those who cannot get enough is the Sella Ronda, a circular trip round the Sella plateau.

Further winter sports opportunities

Further winter sports opportunities

Snowboarders can enjoy jumps, quarter pipes and rails in the King Laurin Snowpark. There are also toboggan runs, and ice skating, curling and hockey at the Sportzentrum Telfen and Völser Weiher. Snow shoeing is another possibility during your winter holiday on the farm. A particularly lovely option is the four-hour circular route from the Karerpass via the Latemarwiese and back to the start.

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