On Saturday, 18 December 2021 we are starting the main season. Due to strong winds at higher altitudes, a lot of snow has been blown away and the pistes have to be prepared with great effort. Nevertheless, we are very pleased that we will be ready for you at the start of the main season with almost the full range of offers on the mountain.
Cable car facilities and pistes
As from Friday, 17 December 2021, the Scansinas - Mutta Rodunda chairlift and the Plaun - Scansinas - Nagens gondola lift will also be in operation
From Saturday, 18 December 2021, all the cableways, except the Lavadinas - Fuorcla da Sagogn chairlift, will be in operation. In addition, with a few exceptions, all pistes will also be open. This means that winter sports enthusiasts will have around 145 kilometres of pistes at their disposal this coming weekend.
You can see which pistes are not yet open on the live page or in the INSIDE LAAX App.
Snowparks und Halfpipes
The Beginner Snowpark, the NoName Snowpark, parts of P60 and two kickers of the Pro Line are already open. The Mini-Pipe and Superpipe are expected to be open from Christmas. You can also check the status of the snowparks and halfpipes via the live page or the INSIDE LAAX app.
Winter hiking trails, snowshoe trails, toboggan runs and cross-country ski trails
From Saturday, 18 December 2021, all winter hiking trails, snowshoe trails and toboggan runs will also be open. Cross-country skiers can use the trails on Plaun and in Bargis. The current range of cross-country trails is also available at any time on Trin Nordic.
- Masks are compulsory on the cable cars and gondola lifts.
- Masks are not compulsory for chair lifts and all outdoor queuing situations, but sufficient distance must be kept from other queuers.
- There is a capacity restriction of 70 percent for cable cars with 25 or more passengers. For the LSB1 Laax - Crap Sogn Gion, for example, this means the following: normal occupancy: 120 persons, occupancy with capacity restriction: 80 persons.
- For consumption indoors in the restaurants, certificates are required in accordance with 3G regulations.