Over 15 kilometers of tobogganing
The Rosskopf leisure mountain and the Ratschings and Ladurns cable cars offer an incomparable toboggan fun. Here you will find over 15 kilometers of artificial snow covered and prepared toboggan slopes. The Rosskof run is with 10 km lenght Italy’s longest illuminated and artificial snow covered toboggan trail.
Ski slopes in and near Vipiteno Sterzing
Let us entertain you on the Ratschings, Rosskopf and Ladurns slopes. Experience a pure skiing pleasur. 50 slope-km will test your skills. Blue, red and black pistes are waiting for your carving turn – enjoy all of our difficulty levels. Children and beginners can make their first turns in the beginner’s area, while advanced skiers and experts can exercise on the red and black ones. Short queues and waiting times, sunny slopes and fantastic views delight your skiing adventure.
Unforgetable winter hiking trails
A fairy tale winter land is waiting tob e discovered in Rosskopf and Ladurns. We offer a lot of fun also offside the slopes. You will find about 25 km of daily prepared and snow guaranteed winter hiking trails. In the quiet mountain atmosphere you can easily take a timeout from all day stress and enjoy the panorama view.
The Tower of the Twelve
Measuring a total 46m in height, the municipal tower in Sterzing is known as the “Tower of the Twelve”. It marks the northern border between the new and the old centre. The tower was built between 1468 and 1472 and it seems that the Duke Sigmund of Tyrol laid the cornerstone in person. Following the fire that destroyed the upper part of the tower in 1867, the previous pitched roof was replaced with a pinnacle front. The “Tower of the Twelve”, which was the seat of the fire brigade, is considered the symbol of the city.
Sterzing City Hall
The City Hall of Sterzing was built between 1468 and 1473. The particular corner bow window was introduced during restoration works in 1524. The gothic style council chamber, with its wood lined walls and beamed ceiling, is considered the most beautiful in all of Tyrol. A large internal courtyard connects the City Hall to a hall dedicated to Vigil Raber, the first German-language theatrical editor in the area. The City Hall, which also has a noteworthy collection of works of art, is open to visitors.

Opening hours: Monday – Thursday from 8.15 a.m. - 12.30 a.m. and from 4.00 p.m. – 5.00 p.m., Friday from 8.15 a.m. - 1.30 p.m. Saturday, Sunday and holidays closed
 
Gilfenklamm
The Gilfenklamm – It is on the whole world the only narrow gorge, which cuts into white marble. It is one of South Tyrolean most important natural monuments. Walking through is an adventure. During the walk you hear the enormous thundering of the water, see the spray of the waterfalls and witness the rapid stream. The Gilfenklamm fascinates adults and children just the same. The paths through the gorge are put at safety and so it is also for families no risk witnessing this natural phenomenon. Where: At the beginning of the Ratschings valley, you can choose between different paths. Difference in altitude: 175 metres Walking time: 1 hour

Opening hours: from early May to the beginning of November from 9.30am to 5.30 pm (July & August from 9pm to 6am). Entrance fee: adults € 2,00, children € 2,00, groups of 20 people and more € 3,50.