Trentino is a region made up of vast plateaus, imposing mountain ranges and crystalline lakes hidden among the Alpine peaks.
One of the most beautiful moments to visit these lands is undoubtedly winter, the season in which the numerous cutting-edge ski facilities come into operation that allow you to enjoy the mountains in the round. Alpine skiing, cross country skiing, snowboard and many other winter sports are in fact practicable from November to April, all accompanied by the excellent service offered by atop quality ski areas, hotels and après-ski fun possibilities.
Trentino has a total of 800 km of slopes, distributed in over 300 ski lifts equipped with the most modern technologies, as well as artificial snowmaking systems that make your ski stay safe.
With only 2 ski passes it will be possible to access all the ski areas of Trentino: the Dolomiti Superski and the Skirama Dolomiti Adamello-Brenta.
The first, appreciated both by experts and less experienced, is the largest ski pass in the world, and gives access to breathtaking territories with exceptional slopes; the second, equally amazing and rich in resources, includes 8 Trentino ski areas.
Trentino is endowed with ski areas as beautiful as they are diversified from each other, each of them constituting a real unicum of its kind. From San Martino di Castrozza to Madonna di Campiglio, from the Paganella plateau to the Val di Sole, Trentino will make your winter holidays unforgettable.
Here are the available areas:
SKI SLOPES OF SAN MARTINO DI CASTROZZA AND PASSO ROLLE
SKI SLOPES OF MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO, PINZOLO and VAL RENDENA
SKI SLOPES OF THE PAGANELLA AREA
ADAMELLO SKI: Folgarida, Marilleva, Pejo and Tonale ski slopes
SKI SLOPES IN VAL DI FASSA
SKI SLOPES IN VAL DI FIEMME
MONTE BONDONE SKI SLOPES
WHERE TO SKI IN VAL DI NON
SKIING AND ICE CLIMBING IN THE JUDICIAL VALLEY AND THE CHURCHES
VALSUGANA AND LAGORAI: PANAROTTA 2002 and PASSO BROCON
Good snow and good fun everyone!