Ski resorts in Italy
Skirama Dolomiti Adamello Brenta - Western Dolomites
In Italy, to the South of the Alps, among well-known, imposing mountain ranges such as Ortles-Cevedale (3,789 m), Adamello-Presanella (3,556 m) and the Brenta Dolomites, you will find several ski resorts, such as Madonna di Campiglio and Pinzolo in Val Rendena; Folgarida-Marilleva in Val di Sole, and Andalo - Fai della Paganella. With 140 lift facilities and 380 km slopes, Skirama Dolomiti Adamello-Brenta is one of the major ski carousels to the South of the Alps
On the " Trento Alps" in one of the first winter resorts in Trentino where during the 1930's the first official ski lift was opened in Trentino, the renowned "slittone" (big sled), built by Giovanni Graffer. The charm of this small but complete ski resort is always appreciated and it is practically considered a part of the city that has been built on the mountain, due to the relatively brief distance from Trento. Gran Pista - Monte Bondone: A state of the art lift system, an automatic detachable quad chairlift, just for skiers that want to try this thrilling slope, perfect for average-good skiers. The slope alternates between challenging and panoramic sections that always offer a view of the Brenta Dolomites. Skiers will encounter several steep walls at the beginning, followed by a section that has a softer slope but is very wide, therefore allowing skiers the chance to choose between different fun tracks as they descend. The final part of the slope is also challenging as skiers face several walls within a beautiful wood.
Folgaria - Lavarone
The Altopiano (plateau) of Folgaria and Lavarone, with its Ski Tour of the Austro-Hungarian Forts, represents the most important ski area of the south eastern part of the Trentino region, ranking first in the nation-wide classification published by the Italian Touring Club based on the quality of the facilities and the environment. This resort is set amongst extensive views and landscapes, ranging from the Brenta Dolomites to the Pasubio Massif, and from the Adamello mountain range to the Marmolada.
Madonna Di Campiglio - Pinzolo - Carisolo
Madonna di Campiglio is the most known and exclusive ski area in the Western Dolomites. Madonna is excellently connected with the ski resorts Marilleva and Folgarida and the three resorts together have 47 lifts and 130 km of ski runs, with a capacity of more than 3,100 people per hour.
Paganella - Andalo - family favourite
Paganella (2125 m) offers 60 km of ski trails of different difficulty levels. Paganella ski area is able to meet the requirements of every kind of skier thanks to a variety of ski-practice areas, the easy and medium difficulty slopes, and the slopes for expert skiers.
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Val di Sole - Pejo
Val di Sole is surrounded by some of the best-known mountain groups of the entire region, the Brenta-Dolomites, the Adamello- Presanella Massive, and the Ortler Cevedale Group it includes Folgarida-Marilleva, Peio and Passo Tonale, true paradises for those passionate about their skiing and snowboarding.