More than 1200 kilometers of ski slopes and the breathtaking beauty of the Dolomites: skiing in Trentino Alto Adige is a real dream come true for snow lovers!
Madonna di Campiglio, San Martino di Castrozza, Pozza di Fassa, Selva Val Gardena, Moena, Ortisei, Plan de Corones are some of the most famous ski resorts of this beautiful region of northeastern Italy.
Many famous ski resorts in the world, such as the Dolomiti Superski, the Skirama Dolomites, the Adamello Ski and Ortler Ski Arena, with cutting-edge facilities and reception facilities ideal for families, experienced skiers and anyone who wants to treat themselves to a holiday in the beauty of nature and sport.
Heights up to 4000 meters, and peaks covered with glaciers, ideal for summer skiing, cross-country skiing, snow parks for snowboarders and especially so many famous and beautiful ski slopes for downhill skiing also made famous by the giant slalom and slalom races.
Altra località importante da segnalare è Selva Val Gardena. Da qui passa la Sellaronda, uno degli itinerari sciistici più famosi d’Italia che collega quattro vallate. Impianti moderni e 175 kilometri di piste attendono gli sciatori in una Valle fra le più belle delle Dolomiti.
Skiing in Trentino Alto Adige: the most beautiful places
Among the most famous resorts of Trentino Alto Adige, we should surely mention Madonna di Campiglio, which has 60 kilometers of ski slopes and 20 ski lifts. The place is also famous for its worldliness, trendy bars and restaurants; Madonna di Campiglio is also a rich place of natural beauty, being part of the Natural Park of Adamello-Brenta.
San Martino di Castrozza, located in a valley and surrounded by the Natural Park of Paneveggio-Pale di San Martino, is the ideal place for a family holiday: the children are indeed welcomed with many ski slopes suitable for them, ski schools and special packages designed for the whole family. Night skiing, skating, ice climbing and many ski slopes for over 50 kilometers.
Another important location to point out is Selva Val Gardena. From here goes the Sella Ronda, one of the most famous ski itineraries of Italy, which links four valleys. Modern facilities and 175 kilometers of ski slopes await skiers in one of the most beautiful valleys in the Dolomites.