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115 kmTotal ski runs 40 kmEasy 55 kmMedium 20 kmDifficult 11Drag lifts 13Chair lifts 6Gondola
Towns: Livigno
Livigno is a brand in itself. One of the most popular ski resorts in the Alps. Although its offer consists of only 120 km of trails, divided into two areas which are not connected with each other, it makes up for it in other areas. A very long ski season, an extensive range of re... read more
Val di Fassa - Carezza
228 kmTotal ski runs 72 kmEasy 132 kmMedium 24 kmDifficult 24Drag lifts 45Chair lifts 17Gondola
Between Moena and Canazei is one of the greatest Italian winter resorts - Val di Fassa. Across a length of 20 km there are seven ski stations, which together with the famous Sella Ronda are one of the best skiing offers in the Alps. No wonder that crowds of skiers come to the are... read more
Val di Fiemme - Obereggen
82 kmTotal ski runs 25 kmEasy 45 kmMedium 12 kmDifficult 5Drag lifts 19Chair lifts 5Gondola
Surrounded by the Latemar massif in the north, the Pale di S. Martino group from the east and the mountains of Lagorai from the south, the Val di Fiemme - Obereggen ski region consists of several separate ski areas offering downhill skiing for people of all skill levels. It’s gre... read more
Kronplatz - Plan de Corones
107 kmTotal ski runs 52 kmEasy 28 kmMedium 27 kmDifficult 6Drag lifts 6Chair lifts 19Gondola
Kronplatz / Plan de Corones is probably the only mountain where you can ski from the summit in five different directions, and the ski slopes are arranged in a characteristic semicircle. Almost 110 km of different trails are available from several towns. The Plan de Corones ski... read more
Madonna di Campiglio - Pinzolo
90 kmTotal ski runs 38 kmEasy 38 kmMedium 14 kmDifficult 7Drag lifts 33Chair lifts 18Gondola
The connected resorts of Pinzolo and Madonna di Campiglio, located in Val Rendena, offer a total of 100 km of trails set at the height of 2550 m above sea level. The slopes here are considered by more experienced skiers as one of the best in this part of the Dolomites. The whole ... read more
Val di Sole
70 kmTotal ski runs 29 kmEasy 31 kmMedium 10 kmDifficult 6Drag lifts 17Chair lifts 9Gondola
Val di Sole is rightly called the Valley of the Sun. The average number of sunny days is impressive. As for skiing, the region is one of the most popular in Italy. Val di Sole consists of two ski resorts only 20 km away from each other. The larger of these is the Folgarida-Marill... read more
52 kmTotal ski runs 8 kmEasy 42 kmMedium 2 kmDifficult 0Drag lifts 13Chair lifts 3Gondola
Small is beautiful – that’s what can be said briefly about Paganella, the Italian ski resort in Trentino, located just 15 km from the Brenner – Modena motorway. One mountain, 50 km of slopes and three areas, this region does not have much in common with the biggest resorts. Pa... read more
Adamello Ski
Glacier skiing
100 kmTotal ski runs 20 kmEasy 59 kmMedium 21 kmDifficult 8Drag lifts 19Chair lifts 3Gondola
Towns: Passo Tonale
The Passo Tonale - Ponte di Legno network of slopes consists of 100 km of intermediate and easy trails with some fantastic black runs. On the one hand, you’ve got the towns of Ponte di Legno and Temu, maintained in a traditional style, and on the other hand Passo Tonale, a French... read more
Val Gardena - Groeden
115 kmTotal ski runs 34 kmEasy 65 kmMedium 16 kmDifficult 25Drag lifts 25Chair lifts 8Gondola
Three towns: Ortisei, Santa Cristina and Selva Gardena, form one of the most popular ski areas in the Alps. Val Gardena attracts thousands of skiers every year from all over the world. The strategic location of the valley allows you to enjoy skiing down trails not only of Val Gar... read more
Bormio / Alta Valtellina
100 kmTotal ski runs 25 kmEasy 62 kmMedium 13 kmDifficult 25Drag lifts 10Chair lifts 4Gondola
Alta Valtellina valley, which is next to the ultra-popular Livigno, is a fantastic place for a ski vacation. There are three ski resorts in the region, offering a total of 100 km of trails, from 1225 m to 3012 m above sea level. The most famous resort is of course Bormio - a c... read more
Folgaria - Lavarone - Luserna
95 kmTotal ski runs 38 kmEasy 45 kmMedium 12 kmDifficult 6Drag lifts 23Chair lifts 0Gondola
San Martino di Castrozza (Passo Rolle)
65 kmTotal ski runs 27 kmEasy 28 kmMedium 10 kmDifficult 4Drag lifts 19Chair lifts 4Gondola
San Martino to Castrozza is a charming town, located near the Pala group massif. Three ski stations offer a total of 60 km of slopes from 1400 to 2350 m above sea level. The largest ski resort in San Martino di Castrozza is a group of connected areas, situated under the peaks ... read more
Sterzing - Wipptal
56 kmTotal ski runs 10 kmEasy 43 kmMedium 3 kmDifficult 5Drag lifts 8Chair lifts 2Gondola
Tre Valli
100 kmTotal ski runs 43 kmEasy 46 kmMedium 11 kmDifficult 9Drag lifts 15Chair lifts 3Gondola
The Tre Valli ski area extends from Moena, lying in Val di Fassa, through the reaching 1,920 m above sea level Passo San Pellegrino, to Falcade, hidden in a valley at less than 1200 m. Among the 100 km of slopes, most easy and intermediate trails, only 11% are marked black. Tr... read more
Cortina d'Ampezzo
115 kmTotal ski runs 54 kmEasy 43 kmMedium 18 kmDifficult 4Drag lifts 25Chair lifts 5Gondola
Surrounded from almost all sides by mountains over 3000 m high, Cortina d’Ampezzo is one of the most famous Italian ski areas. Skiers are mostly attracted by the Olympic reputation of the center and its numerous advantages: 115 km of slopes situated at an altitude of 1224-2930 m ... read more
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