The best conditions for an exceptional skiing holiday
on Mount Plose!
Hiking area in summer, ski resort in winter: Mount Plose, Brixen’s landmark mountain, knows how to play its cards with its numerous slopes and hiking tracks, state-of-the-art lift facilities, convivial après-ski and the smash hit: the Bacher’stay lies just within close reach, being the ideal accommodation for your winter holiday in Brixen, meaning: activity holiday in South Tyrol all around the year!
Aside of experienced ski-holiday-makers, the Ski Resort Plose lures beginners and families too and is therefore the perfect base for a skiing holiday with children. The showpiece for our guests: the closest lift facility for your skiing holiday on Mount Plose is in St. Andrä, just 3 km away from our apartments.
But there’s more to it than that: aside of ski slopes, there are many tracks to go snowshoeing or winter hiking, ski touring and last but not least, the toboggan slope RudiRun. Moreover, in winter you can look forward to the Plose Nights: then it’s time to go on a romantic or adventurous evening hike (with snowshoes, touring skis or hiking boots) to one of the participating mountain huts where to spend a jovial evening with your friends, family or sweetheart, relishing the masterpieces of South Tyrolean cuisine. Afterwards you should toboggan the way back down the illuminated RudiRun. Sounds fantastic, doesn’t it?
Skiing on the Plose
Ski Resort Plose – skiing with panoramic views of the Dolomites
5 reasons to choose the Bacher’stay for your skiing holiday on the Plose near Brixen...
- A diversifying offer of slopes
The Ski Resort Plose in Brixen extends from an altitude of 1,067 m up to 2,505 m above sea level. The things lying in-between are well known to ski enthusiasts, namely more than 40 km of ski runs, including the longest descent of South Tyrol: the 9 km long Trametsch. The alternatives are 10.5 km of toboggan slopes and 12 km of winter hiking paths.
- No long queues – thanks to state-of-the art lift facilities
9 comfortable lift facilities make sure that there are no waiting lines. The centre of your stay at the famous skiing mountain of Brixen is the mountain station of the gondola lift Plose. The ski lift and the magic carpets at the valley station are reserved for beginners and children.
- Perfect for beginners and families with children
Brixen’s landmark mountain has made a name for itself as popular family ski resort. This is shown especially by the several slopes, covering all levels of difficulty. There are 13 km of blue slopes, 22 km of red slopes and 8 km of black slopes. If you’re a beginner or parent of ski enthusiast children, the Plose is the right place for you.
- Top-class skiing adventures – on and off the slopes
The Plose is a lot more than just an exciting skiing destination – it’s a culinary hotspot too! In fact, 12 restaurants invite you to stop for a yummy bite to eat. Rustic mountain huts, inns or gourmet restaurants – there’s something for every taste. Moreover, there are 4 après ski huts, where winter sports enthusiasts can end an amazing day in good company.
- Dolomiti Superski & BrixenCard
The Plose is part of the Dolomiti Superski, the greatest ski carousel in the world. At the Bacher’stay you will get the BrixenCard for free, which includes some attractive discounts and offers for your skiing holiday on the Plose. Look forward to one return ride with the Plose cable cars per day, one entry to the fun pool Acquarena, discounts on sledge or ski rental, free snowshoeing tours and much more within the holiday area Brixen / Plose.
Toboggan slope RudiRun –
endless fun, all summer and winter long!
The 9 km long RudiRun isn’t only a real delight for younger and older toboggan enthusiasts in winter, since it can also be used in summer, namely with the mountaincarts! But first, lets talk about tobogganing: before descending the RudiRun you should do a side trip to the Rossalm hut. Once you reached this idyllic ski hut you can taste some of the many culinary delights and make your way back to the RudiRun already on your sledge!
Those who’d like to go on a toboggan ride at moonlight can race down the RudiRun every Friday evening during the Plose Nights. At the same time, you can also go on evening ski touring in the Dolomites, winter hikes or snowshoeing!