Five not to be missed ski resorts in Trentino
Skiing and fun in the snow.
1. Val di Fiemme: the marvellous Latemar Dolomites and the magic of night skiing
110 km of downhill slopes, three snow parks, two toboggan runs and an impressive après ski offering. Val di Fiemme is one of the most popular skiing areas in the Alps. It is surrounded by the Guglie del Latemar - peaks recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site - and among the most impressive areas for skiing if you decide to enjoy your holiday in the Trentino mountains. The Fiemme-Obereggen ski pass ensures unprecedented skiing experiences accompanied by the splendid scenery of the Dolomites, unspoilt nature and exciting landscapes. Don't miss the chance to enjoy night skiing under the stars between the Olimpia three slopes at Alpe Cermis and the Obereggen slope in the Latemar Ski Center: just you, the magic of the night and the sound of skis sliding over snow.
2. Val di Fassa: for sports lovers, families and travellers looking for relaxation
The most famous peaks in the Dolomites are located here: the Vajolet Towers, Piz Boè, Marmolada and the Langkofel. One of the most popular parts of the Trentino Region is undoubtedly Val di Fassa; should you decide to organize a vacation in this ski area, don't miss the most traditional ski tour between Sellaronda, Panorama, the Great War Tour or Alpe Lusia-San Pellegrino. In addition to endless opportunities for downhill skiing by day or night, there are also seven snowparks, the chance to enjoy Nordic skiing over a stretch of the Marcialonga, school camps and playgrounds for families, wellness centres and typical mountain huts and refuges that delight the palate with excellent local cuisine.
3. San Martino di Castrozza, Passo Rolle and Primiero: enjoyment, beauty and nature
Surrounded by the infinite wonders of the Paneveggio Pale di San Martino Nature Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this ski area is part of the Dolomiti Superski circuit. It ensures an impressive variety of activities to experience on the snow and beyond. Do not miss the ski slopes of the Carosello delle Malghe and Pista Paradiso, the “enrosadira” effect - the moment when the rocks of the Dolomites are tinged with pink and red at sunset or sunrise. Not to mention skiing under the stars, snowshoe excursions over the Pale Plateau, Val Venegia and Val Canali and troika trips surrounded by evocative scenery and unspoilt nature. There are many, varied mountain refuges and huts all over this ski area, with an excellent offering in terms of Après Ski and local cuisine.
4. Madonna di Campiglio, Pinzolo and Val Rendena: the largest ski area in the Trentino Region
Madonna di Campiglio is one of the best-known and largest ski areas in the Trentino Region, with astonishing quality of services, well-organized facilities, extraordinary scenic beauty and many opportunities to enjoy a truly unforgettable holiday. 156 km of slopes set in the majestic Brenta Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, including Canalone Miramonti where the Alpine Ski World Championship and the very steep 3Tre events are held. Snowboard lovers will enjoy the Ursus SnowPark and the Brenta SnowPark as essential stop-offs for their beauty and different levels of difficulty. A 3 km long toboggan run winds its way through the evocative natural scenery of Monte Spinale and is truly thrilling. People who enjoy ice skating can experience all the thrills of a day at the Ice Stadium in Pinzolo.
5. Folgarida-Marilleva, Peio and Passo Tonale: an exciting experience in touch with nature
This must-see ski area is located in Val di Sole and it is the ideal destination for everyone looking for a holiday on the snow hallmarked by skiing and great fun. 150 km of snow-capped slopes from Marilleva to Folgarida and Madonna di Campiglio also take in the imposing Presena Glacier and Passo Tonale at 3000 metres above sea level, while crossing the enchanting trails, panoramas and views of Val di Pejo. The Stelvio Park offers wonderful snowshoe treks and trails for Nordic skiing. There are also many activities in the snow for kids, including playgrounds, ski schools and school fields.