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.
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