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The 10 best places to ski in Trentino

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Trentino Alto Adige is a splendid Italian region completely inserted in a natural alpine environment of incredible beauty. Framed by The Dolomites, her ski resorts are immersed in an unrepeatable panorama with equipment of the highest level ed state-of-the-art ski lifts.
Find out with us what they are the 10 best places to ski in this enchanting area of ​​Italy.

Index

  1. Colle Isarco (BZ)
  2. San Martino di Castrozza (TN)
  3. Pinzolo (TN)
  4. San Cassiano (BZ)
  5. Ortisei (BZ)
  6. Dobbiaco (BZ)
  7. Corvara (BZ)
  8. Colfosco (BZ)
  9. Canazei (TN)
  10. Madonna Di Campiglio (TN)
  11. User questions and comments

10 - Colle Isarco (BZ)

It's a known tourist destination between the towns of Vipiteno and Brennero. It is part of the latter municipality and is located in the upper part of Val d'Isarco. It is a very popular location for its landscaped charm.



  • Maximum height: 1.098 m
  • Lifts opening: December 3rd
  • Slopes: 15 km of ski slopes and 14 km for cross-country skiing. There is now also a new 6,5 km long toboggan run
  • Skipass: from € 26,00

9 - San Martino di Castrozza (TN)

Splendid Trentino town famous for beauty of its mountains. Among these it is impossible not to mention the Pale di San Martino, the largest group of the Dolomites.

  • Maximum height: 1.487 m
  • Lifts opening: November 26th
  • Slopes: 57 km of ski slopes and 9 km for cross-country skiing
  • Skipass: from € 38,00

8 - Pinzolo (TN)

A really pretty place in Val Rendena, with a medium-sized ski area. Currently, there are plans to create a ski connection between Pinzolo and the more famous Madonna di Campiglio. For the little skiers a treadmill.



  • Maximum height: 785 m
  • Lifts opening: December 4rd
  • Slopes: 26 km of ski slopes and 5 km for cross-country skiing
  • Skipass: from € 34,00

7 - San Cassiano (BZ)

It is a small village in Alta Badia and a place suitable for both more experienced skiers than for those at first weapons. The new gondola lift by Piz Sorega is equipped with a easy ski lift perfect for the less skilled and is also an excellent starting point for long ski itineraries. From here it is also possible to reach the Gran Risa.
There are some news regarding the chairlifts: the 6-seater Bamby now replaces the old 4-seater; the fixed 4-seater Costes da L'Ega chairlift now replaces the old 3-seater chairlift.

  • Maximum height: 1.600 m
  • Lifts opening: November 26th
  • Slopes: 130 km of ski slopes and 25 km for cross-country skiing
  • Skipass: from € 43,00

6 - Ortisei (BZ)

Ortisei is a village in Val Gardena. It is closed on two sides by steep slopes covered with wonderful coniferous forests. Here are the quiet slopes Alpe di Siusi and Seceda. The former are perfect for novice skiers; the latter, instead, for i more experts.

  • Maximum height: 1.200 m
  • Lifts opening: December 3rd
  • Slopes: 176 km of ski slopes and 102 km for cross-country skiing
  • Skipass: from € 44,00

5 - Dobbiaco (BZ)

Dobbiaco is a village in Alta Pusteria a few kilometers from the slopes of Cortina and Plan de Corones. The ski area of ​​this locality appears to be particularly suitable for children and to those who are learning to move on the snow.
Dobbiaco is known for cross country and, not surprisingly, the country also has one stadium for this discipline with night lighting.



  • Maximum height: 1.250 m
  • Lifts opening: November 26th
  • Slopes: 42 km of ski slopes and 120 km for cross-country skiing
  • Skipass: from € 40,00

4 - Corvara (BZ)

Corvara is located in the heart of the Alta Badia ski area. The receptive structures in the area have made this place become one among the most sought after in the Alps.
In addition to impianti di risalita, Corvara also offers aintense nightlife thanks both to numerous places for after ski and to have fun until late at night.


  • Maximum height: 1.500 m
  • Lifts opening: November 26th
  • Slopes: 130 km of ski slopes and 10 km for cross-country skiing
  • Skipass: from € 43,00

3 - Colfosco (BZ)

Colfosco is the last town in Val Badia, before the Gardena Pass. It is located a few minutes drive from Corvara. The village is located near the the Sellaronda circuit, that is the ski and road route around the Sella mountain range. From here you can take the Gran Risa, the track inserted in the World Cup races. Not bad, right?


  • Maximum height: 1.645 m
  • Lifts opening: November 26th
  • Slopes: 130 km of ski slopes and 10 km for cross-country skiing
  • Skipass: from € 43,00

2 - Canazei (TN)

It is a beautiful location located at the bottom of the Val di Fassa. Its ski area is connected to that of the Sellaronda. In addition to the skiing and at the snowboard, here you can have fun with other winter sports, such as ice hockey or skating. The Alpine skiing it is very popular and many competitions are organized in Canazei, among which the most famous is the Sellaronda Skimarathon (in February).

  • Maximum height: 1.500 m
  • Lifts opening: December 4rd
  • Slopes: 46 km of ski slopes
  • Skipass: from € 32,00

1 - Madonna Di Campiglio (TN)

It is one of the the most fashionable Italian ski resort. Its track 3-Tre di Campiglio is historic: it takes place here special slalom of the World Cup.
A novelty: the entry into operation of the Pinzolo-Campiglio Express cable car. It is 4.727 meters long and has four stations. Departure and arrival are located in Puza dai Fò (at an altitude of 1.664 meters). The intermediate stations are one in Plaza (1.140m) and the other in Colarin (1.512m). There is a further arrival station in Patascoss (1.753 m), a few meters from the mountain of Canalone Miramonti, that is the legendary theater track of the aforementioned 3-Tre.

  • Maximum height: 1.550 m
  • Lifts opening: November 26th
  • Slopes: 30 km of ski slopes and 22 km for cross-country skiing
  • Skipass: from € 40,50
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