History, 4 ski areas and breath-taking scenery
Tonale Pass, between Trentino and Lombardy, is among the most popular ski destinations in Italy. The four ski areas - Ponte di Legno, Tonale Pass, Ghiacciaio Presena and Temù - offer 41 slopes, 28 ski lifts, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, fat biking and sledging. The moonlit Lunarally ski race is held there every year.
You can also enjoy the mountains in summer, with opportunities for mountain biking, nature walks, trekking, climbing and via ferratas, especially on the Adamello-Presanella and Ortles-Cevedale groups, at the Alveo Presena lakes and at Passo Paradiso. Don’t miss the Ponte di Legno-Tonale Bike Park, perfect for the whole family.
Surrounded by the Adamello, Ortles and Brenta peaks, the Tonale Pass is a magnificent natural amphitheatre with breath-taking views and an excellent starting point to enjoy skiing and hiking in the Rhaetian Alps. There are also remnants of the First World War, such as the San Bartolomeo Ossuary war memorial and the White War Museum.
At the arrival station of the Telecabina Paradiso cable car, we recommend visiting the Galleria Paradiso, a granite cave excavated by WWI soldiers that is now a museum displaying the Sounds and Voices of the White War multimedia exhibition.