Skiing can become a great passion ... but you have to start somewhere! Here is a selection of some easy ski slopes to test your skills.
Skiing is a sport that requires constant training, but the path is gradual to reach the highest peaks and the most exciting tracks. The little ones, or those that put on skis for the first time, can start from the so-called "green slopes", safe and fun descended within the reach of beginners.Here are some of the most interesting sloped, suggested by Skib, the convenient and secure online service on equipment rental.
Easy ski slopes in ItalyBreuil-Cervinia
is one of the most attractive ski areas with 350 kilometers of slopes that embrace Matterhorn and Monte Rosa. Here, you can find up to 26 tracks classified as easy, especially those of the Plan Maison group, with their breathtaking views. For a fun experience, try slope number 5, classified as blue, a little over 4 kilometers and with slight slope. Or slope number 6, always blue, wide and safe.Moving in Trentino Alto Adige, we’d suggest Ortisei, in Val Gardena. A beloved area, especially for the high quality of services, it offers over 40 easy ski slopes including the famous Palmer and Furdenan, close to the ski schools. In the same group, there are also the Dolomites slopes, a paradise for families thanks to the large spaces and slight slopes.
Easy ski slopes in Switzerland
In Switzerland, among the most interesting places for beginner skiers (and not only!) there is Bettmeralp
, close to the impressive Aletsch glacier. A scenic area with plenty of sun, particularly suitable for children, thanks to the animation programs dedicated to them and slopes that suit their needs. The special feature of this area is that it is accessible only by cable car and its architecture has maintained a typical and traditional style. The group called the Aletsch Arena is made of 26 easy ski slopes, a must for all fans of the first descents.