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08 November 2016

Skiing in Val di Sole, Dolomites

South of the Italian Alps, in the Brenta Dolomites, there's a special skiing and freeriding paradise. Where? Val di Sole of course, with 3 ski areas, 270 kilometers of slopes from a height of 3000 m and guaranteed snow from December to April.


Breathtaking landscapes, stunning snow-covered stretches of land, amazing mountains, perfectly groomed slopes…plus the magical atmosphere of winter in Val di Sole.

Fun in the snow with 270 km slopes and 97 ski lifts

In Italy, right in the western part of Trentino, you’ll find an incredible valley called Val di Sole. Known for its spectacular peaks that break through the sky at a height of over 3000 m, and even more so for the numerous days of sunshine throughout the year, it’s definitely the perfect destination for those who love to ski or snowboard.

Can’t get enough of thrilling freeride or downhill skiing? Want to feel the energy rush through you as you tackle crystal white slopes? Or are you looking for a fantastic vacation with your family surrounded by nature? Val di Sole represents the largest ski region in the western part of Trentino.

3 ski areas

In Val di Sole’s ski areas there’s definitely something for everyone.

  • Folgarida-Marilleva, surrounded by the Brenta Dolomites

A great ski area with 150 km of slopes that provides fun and excitement on the snow, in a paradise for downhill skiers.

The wide range of accommodation facilities available, which are often located directly on the slopes, gives guests the chance to choose the best possible solution for their ski holiday. This ski area, with direct ski access to Madonna di Campiglio and Pinzolo, is part of the “SkiArea Campiglio Dolomiti di Brenta, Val di Sole Val Rendena”, which provides 150 km of slopes that are all connected with a single ski pass.

  • Pontedilegno Tonale, a paradise for freeriders

A holiday paradise with 30 modern lifts and 100 km of slopes with a particularly long ski season that begins in late autumn and continues well into spring, thanks to the Presena Glacier which reaches an extraordinary height of 3000 m.

After an exciting day on the slopes, Passo Tonale is also a great place for your après ski, with a wide selection of pubs and bars.

  • Pejo, in harmony with nature

Pejo, a renowned spa resort. Skiers can enjoy fantastic slopes surrounded by the best known summits of the Cevedale mountains and endless fun in the snow in front of breathtaking views. Considered the most “natural” of these 3 ski resorts, with its 20 km of slopes, it’s a great winter sports destination for families with children where they can relax in enchanting mountain surroundings.


  • FREE SKI March 25th-April 9th
A “Free” vacation with accommodation that includes a SUPERSKIRAMA DOLOMITI adamello brenta ski pass? Sounds too good to be true?
7-day stay + a 6-day ski pass starting from £ 353.00

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