Skirama Dolomiti, a world of opportunity
Infinitely varied landscapes, top-notch slopes and unbeatable flexibility.
A single skipass gives you access to 380 km of slopes, making Skirama Dolomiti one of the biggest ski parks south of the Alps.
From the peaks of Folgarida Marilleva, Pejo and Pontedilegno-Tonale in Val di Sole and Lombardy, to the Dolomites of Madonna di Campiglio and Pinzolo in Val Rendena, and from the slopes of Andalo and Fai della Paganella to Monte Bondone overlooking Trento and even as far away as Alpe Cimbra, at Folgaria and Lavarone.
1 Skipass, 8 Resorts, 150 ski lifts and 380 km of slopes stretching throughout the natural landscape of western Trentino: these are the numbers that encapsulate the story of Skirama Dolomiti.
At Skirama Dolomiti Adamello Brenta, the chance to ski is guaranteed. Thanks to modern equipment for artificial snowmaking and the high altitudes of the slopes — reaching 3,000 metres at the Presena glacier and Pejo — snow coverage of 90% is guaranteed on the slopes from November to April.
This is an enormous advantage which, taken together with the 380 kilometres of slopes spreading from east to west across Trentino, offers enormous freedom by ensuring you can always find a time and place that’s right for you.
Ski like a champion
On the slopes of Skirama Dolomiti, you’ll feel like a real champion skier. Picture yourself flying down the Canalone Miramonti run in Madonna di Campiglio, the home of the infamous 3Tre — Italy’s oldest race in the Ski World Cup, made famous by the victories of Alberto Tomba and Ingemar Stenmark.
For those who demand more, there’s DoloMitica in Pinzolo, the Val della Mite slope in Pejo, the Paradiso black slope at Tonale, the Olimpionica at Andalo — which has hosted the training retreats of the Norwegian National Alpine Ski Team for many years — the Gran Pista on Monte Bondone and, finally, the Salizzona Fondo Grande slope in Folgaria, where the U.S. National Alpine Ski Team train.
The activities on offer for snowboarders are varied and top quality. Indeed, Ursus Snowpark in Madonna di Campiglio is considered one of the best in Europe, while you can practice new tricks at the Brenta Park in Pinzolo. For beginners and children, meanwhile, there’s the Ursus Mini Park in the Pradalago area.
In nearby Marilleva, in Panciana, you’ll find the Alternative Snowpark, while the Tonale Pass offers the Adamello Freestyle Arena Snowpark.
We can’t fail to mention Snowpark Dosson in Andalo, on the Paganella Plateau, while Monte Bondone has its own snowpark named after it which offers Olympic-standard facilities. Finally, you can have fun in Folgaria at the Mazinga Park.
All the flexibility you need
The flexibility of the skipass is another ace up the sleeve for Skirama Dolomiti. There’s a wide range of options to choose from when purchasing it, making the Skirama Dolomiti experience endlessly appealing.
Your options include the Local Skipass, valid in a single area, the Superskirama Skipass, which allows holders to move freely throughout the entire resort, and the Combi Skipass, valid within a single area in addition to a few days of Superskirama skiing.
More purchasing options will take you outside the boundaries of Skirama itself, thanks to partnerships with other leading organisations. In fact, purchasing certain skipasses entitles you to a few days of skiing at Dolomiti Superski for free or you can get a 50% discount at 13 American destinations with the Vail Resort group.