King Laurin Snowpark on the Seiser Alm mountain pasture

The King Laurin Snowpark on the Seiser Alm mountain pasture in the South Tyrolean Dolomites is one of the 5 most beautiful funparks in Europe. The snowpark is situated directly at the feet of the Mount Schlern on the biggest mountain pasture in the Alps and in Europe. The rewarding ski area offers 70 km of slopes during winter.

The snowpark is named after the legendary King Laurin. It is perfectly embedded in the nature. Many timbers, jumps and rails were built for it. But none of them is blocking the amazing vies over the surrounding landscape. Jumping here, you are doing it in one of Europe's most impressing landscapes in South Tyrol's second largest snowpark

On 1,500 m you can find two different lines with boxes, steps, walls, kickers, jumps and a halfpipe. Big freestyle events take place frequently in the King Laurin snowpark.  Two examples are the South Tyrol Slopestyle Tour for skiers and the O'Neill Garden of Roses Contest for snowboarders. The park gets shaped every day and is open until April if there is enough snow.

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About 70 km of sunny slopes, well-prepared, are waiting for you! Two examples are the black slope Puflatsch or the Saslong in Gröden Valley.

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