Meran 2000 bears its name for a reason. The ski area above Meran extends around the 2,000-metre mark and features easy to moderately difficult slopes. It is a family ski area that is equally suitable for beginners and advanced skiers, but also offers a lot of activities on the rocks: from a race track to a snow park. And there’s one thing that shapes Meran 2000 like nothing else: sunshine.
Even those who want to do without skis or snowboards will get their money’s worth on Meran 2000 in the winter. Winter hiking trails run through the whole area, and you can stop in huts all along the way. And if you don’t want to walk the path from the mountain station of the cable car down to Falzeben, you can take the toboggan.
Speaking of toboggans: thanks to the summer toboggan run, toboggan enthusiasts need not forego their pleasure even in the summer. It speeds down to the valley on tracks through breakneck curves. And you can also have excellent hikes here in the summer. From leisurely walks to challenging hikes, Merano 2000 has it all.