Ski huts, restaurants and après-ski in Carezza
The culinary side to skiing
The recipe for a perfect day's skiing? Take the best snow and piste conditions, plenty of sunshine, views of the Dolomites and, in true South Tyrolean style, turn it all into a culinary event!
The Carezza ski area offers everything to satisfy both the heart and the appetite, from charming and traditional huts right next to the piste all the way up to award-winning restaurants.
Carezza, tenerezza – on your plate, in your glass
With rustic ski huts, cosy restaurants and hip bars, there are around 20 sun terraces at well-run hostelries serving everything by way of specialities that South Tyrolean and Italian cuisine can offer. Whether at the summit, halfway down or at the valley station, you can find hearty Tyrolean mountain fare and Mediterranean cuisine - for a quick snack or as something truly special. Or even something sweet - strudel, cake or fritters perhaps?
A feast for the eyes – food with a view!
Snow-covered peaks and the spires of the Dolomites; the glittering winter realm of the Latemar massif, the evening play of colour across the Catinaccio range - and in the midst of all this are the huts and mountain inns, with no fewer than 20 ski huts all easily reached from the slopes, waiting to feed the hungry, the curious and the demanding alike with tasty treats from South Tyrol – and plenty of them!
Off the piste, back on the piste – with après-ski in between!
Your legs have warmed up, your circulation is in top form and the day is nowhere near over yet! Après-ski is more than simply “let’s go for a drink” – après-ski is a tradition! And, in this case, a large shot of emotion too: as an après-sun and ski highlight, March will see a Sunset Skiing Aperitif being mixed.
Ski until 5:00pm - the King Laurin chairlift stays open that long - then enjoy the sunset from South Tyrol's highest panoramic lounge, the Laurin Lounge, with its wide selection of aperitifs. Open every Thursday.