Val di Sole: an outdoor paradise

What else would you call a place where a third of its surface area is covered by Stelvio National Park and the Adamello-Brenta Nature Park?! Two parks and three mountain ranges: the Brenta Dolomites, Adamello-Presanella, and Ortles-Cevedale. In a setting like this, you can’t help but enjoy some healthy outdoor activity. ...

And if you’re looking for some two-wheeled fun, you’ll nd it with:
- 35 km of bike trails to experience nature with the whole family;
- 300 km across 25 itineraries of dirt roads and trails that have everything you need for mountain biking fun;
- 3 bike parks for endless thrills and spills. This is ValdiSoleBikeLand, complete with world-class competitions.

And let’s not forget hiking, featuring over 300 km of itineraries around alpine lakes and through breathtaking landscapes. Or what about rafting, canoeing or kayaking on the 28 km of the Noce River, the best in Europe for whitewater sports! With all this outdoor fun, you’ll also need a trip to a nice spa, and the Pejo and Rabbi spas are there to treat you right!

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Val di Sole

In numbers
Val di Sole

. 1 cable car
. 7 gondola lifts
. 5 chair lifts
. highest altitude reached by the lifts 3016 m.

. lowest elevation 700 m.
. highest elevation 3535 m.
. highlights: the Del Saent waterfalls and tour
of the majestic larch forest; Rifugio Vioz
and the Punta Linke museum

. 10 refuges
. 23 mountain restaurants and chalets

. 3 bike parks
. 2 great road climbs "Passo del Tonale" and "Pejo Fonti"
. 35 km of bike trails
. 40 e-bikes for rent
. highlight: Tour of Val Meledrio by gondola lift

. 5 forts
. 2 theme itineraries
. 9 historical landmarks

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The best ski resorts in Italy

Famous both for the quality of the winter offer and the beauty of their landscapes, the following resorts form the Skirama carousel: Madonna di Campiglio and Pinzolo in Val Rendena, Folgarida Marilleva, Pejo and Ponte di Legno/Tonale in Val di Sole and Lombardia, Paganella Ski (with the village of Andalo-Fai della Paganella) on the eastern side of the Dolomites, Monte Bondone above the city of Trento and Alpe Cimbra-Folgaria and Lavarone along the Adige valley.  

Where to ski in Italy Alpe Cimbra: Folgaria - Lavarone

The Folgaria-Lavarone ski area with 104 km of slopes is ideal for everyone. Ski down the cult slopes - Salizzona, Agonistica, Avez del Prinzep – slow ski trails, snow parks and boarder cross.
Fast ski lifts and a high-tech snowmaking system that guarantees snow throughout the entire season. Experience fat-biking, dog sledding, tobogganing and sledging, snowshoeing, ice karting, ice-skating.

Where to ski in Italy Paganella Ski

A modern ski area just 20 minutes from Highway A22, it offers a variety of enviable slopes accompanied by breath-taking views. Training venue for the Norwegian National Alpine Ski Team. 190 ski instructors, 124 accommodations including hotels and residences, 100% of the slopes covered with artificial snow and more!

Where to ski in Italy Pinzolo

Situated at the foot of Doss del Sabion, Pinzolo focuses on families and young skiers, with the winter area for children, its ski school holding the quality mark for teaching children and equipped refuges. Connected to Madonna di Campiglio with ‘only-skis’ slopes, Pinzolo completes the Campiglio Dolomiti di Brenta Ski Area.

Where to ski in Italy Pejo

Nature at 3000 meters.
This location is perfect for families with children in the truly unique and enchanting setting of the Stelvio National Park. And now with the “PEJO 3000” gondola lift and the “Pista Val della Mite” ski slope, even the most expert and demanding skiers can try the Peio ski area.

Where to ski in Italy Ponte di Legno - Tonale

The ski area Pontedilegno-Tonale, situated between Lombardy and Trentino guarantees skiing from Autumn to Spring thanks to the Presena Glacier at 3000 metres. 28 different lifts are at your service for 100 kilometres of slopes, all connected and snow covered, thanks to the high altitude and the heavy snowfall that covers the entire area.

Where to ski in Italy Madonna di Campiglio

In the heart of the Campiglio Dolomiti di Brenta Ski Area and at the foot of the most beautiful mountains in the world, Madonna di Campiglio has 150 km of always perfectly smoothed and ‘only-skis’ connected slopes, modern and fast lifts, equipped snow parks. Skiing in Madonna di Campiglio is always a unique experience, to repeat every winter.

Where to ski in Italy Monte Bondone

Unspoilt nature, relaxation, wide slopes, fun and safety: Monte Bondone is the ideal place to spend a holiday on the snow with your family! Families will find a wide range of services designed to meet their specific #familyvillage needs: hotels, kindergartens and ski bars directly on the slopes, ski schools, nursery slope, a new baby boarder cross slope, entertainment and lots of fun.

Where to ski in Italy Folgarida Marilleva

A unique Ski Area with 150 km of linked ski slopes and ‘only-skis’ slope connection.
Funivie Folgarida Marilleva is not just a ski destination, but a dream ski destination and a genuine paradise for skiers, snowboarders and freestylers offering 60 km of ski slopes, 25 lifts, and 36 runs (38% easy, 49% intermediate, 13% advanced), all yours to discover.

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