When mountains meet the sky

Sun terraces where you can enjoy exclusive views and savour exquisite gourmet cuisine

With your skis on you can reach some unique and breath-taking places. As you know, Trentino, is the “home” of mountain huts, rifugi: real vantage points, sun terraces where you can enjoy exclusive views, and at the same time savour exquisite gourmet cuisine.

Some are easily accessible from the bottom of the valley by cable car, others only with alpine skis or snowshoes.

Our suggested vantage points are the strategic locations where you can stand in awe in front of the most spectacular sights, then attempt a thrilling descent on perfectly snow-covered slopes.


The Rifugio Dosson: a view of the Brenta Dolomites

A natural terrace set in a boundless mountain meadow at an altitude of 1,450 metres, this mountain hut offers a majestic view of the Brenta Dolomites. The ideal spot if you wish to take a break from the ski slopes of the Paganella: just order a drink, relax on a deck chair and soak in the sun before facing your next descent.


Dos del Sabion: View of the Brenta Dolomites

Dos del Sabion is the highest point of the Pinzolo ski area. From up there, the view stretches over the entire valley, and takes in the peaks of the Brenta Dolomites and the Adamello Group. The terrace combines the delight of the panorama with the pleasure of good food.


The Baita Paradiso: a view of Col Margherita and the Pale di San Martino

The warmth of a traditional mountain lodge combined with a truly breath-taking panorama. From the terrace of this “baita” you can feast your eyes on a truly unique view across Col Margherita and the Pale di San Martino Dolomites. The perfect spot for a complete and reinvigorating break in the ski area of Passo San Pellegrino.


Malga Ces: Overlooking Pale di San Martino

A day on the snow in the San Martino di Castrozza Ski Area, and you are centre stage, with Dolomites all around you. The snow is soft, the walls become iridescent when kissed by the sun, and the natural paintings, which, in real life, are called Cima Canali, Cimon della Pala, Rosetta or Sass Maor. Unwind. There is still much to see!


The Chalet 44 Alpine Lounge: a view of the Lagorai and the Pale di San Martino

Before sitting down to lunch in this elegant chalet, we recommend you stop on the terrace for an aperitif: the panorama is unparalleled with a view that spans the Lagorai chain and the Pale di San Martino Dolomites. The chalet is located next to the arrival station of the Bellamonte 3.0 cableway in Morea, Val di Fiemme, and is easily accessible.

Published on 25/01/2023