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Dear friends and guests of our small Bella Vista Hotel!

This winter the ski slopes are waiting for us!!! We can finally enjoy the snow-covered mountains again, admire the sunset from the summit and then ski down to the valley. A little break in the ski huts and then continue skiing until our legs can't take it anymore. Winter in South Tyrol is all about safety. Here are the measures for a safe and carefree skiing holiday:

  • access to the ski areas is permitted with the Super Green Pass (2G - vaccinated or recovered)
  • for the closed lifts you need a FFP2 mask
  • a distance of 1 metre must be guaranteed
  • If possible, you should buy your ski pass online
  • The lifts are sanitized frequently and a sufficient ventilation is guaranteed

Gondolas, chairlifts and cable cars are used with a reduced capacity. In refreshment facilities apply the same safety regulations as in bars and restaurants.

No Green Pass is required for children under 12.

With the necessary safety measures, we warmly welcome you to enjoy winter in South Tyrol.

https://www.suedtirol.info/en/experience/winter

We look forward to welcoming you back to our slopes soon.

Your family Thöni and team

In the meantime enjoy on Instagram our amazing pictures:

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The Blue Avalanche

The italian Bonanza

The heyday of Italian skiing: between 1971 and 1975, the Azzurri eclipsed everyone. At the top was Gustav Thöni, with two gold medals at the World Championships in St. Moritz, in addition to gold and silver at the Olympics in Innsbruck and Sapporo.

The 1973 World Cup of Skiing in Berchtesgaden was spectacular. Italian ski racers occupied the first five places: Piero Gros, Gustav Thöni, Erwin Stricker, Helmut Schmalzl and Tino Pietrogiovanna. All Italians on the podium, truly a sensation! From then on, the press dubbed this era the Valanga Azzurra (Blue Avalanche).


Giant slalom Bertesgaden from 7 January 1974:

  • Piero Gros ITA (2:07.00)
  • Gustav Thöni ITA (2:09.23)
  • Erwin Stricker ITA (2:09.83)
  • Helmuth Schmalzl ITA (2:10.48)
  • Tino Pietrogiovanna ITA (2:10.77)
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