The best winter ski tours in the Italian Alps

Endless skiing. Stunning scenery. It’s an irresistible combination

Trentino’s two biggest ski areas serve up hundreds of kilometres of pistes – with the magnificent Dolomites as a backdrop. The Dolomites are the perfect setting for a ski holiday: a landscape of soaring cliffs and crags, blessed with a sunny climate, and peppered with mouthwatering mountain restaurants. And to complete the picture, we’ve added two world-class systems of lifts and pistes, backed by state-of-the-art snow-making and slope-grooming equipment.

Skiarea Campiglio Dolomiti

In the last few years these resorts have become a unique ski area with new facilities and the possibility to choose within 150 km of slopes of all difficulties, all accessible with only one ski pass. Canalone Miramonti, Schumacher Streif and Dolomitica, are just some of the most famous runs you can find in the area.

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SellaRonda Ski Tour

The Sella massif sits like a great citadel of rock in the middle of the Dolomiti Superski, dominating every view. It’s a real thrill to be able to ski round it in a single day, in two 40km circuits of lifts and pistes. Both tours – signposted orange for clockwise, green for anti-clockwise – can be skied by confident intermediates in five or six hours. There are 3 access points from Val di Fassa: Canazei, Campitello di Fassa and Alba, with "Funifor", the cable car that leads from Alba di Canazei directly to Col dei Rossi.

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Skirama Dolomiti Adamello Brenta

At its heart lie Madonna di Campiglio and Pinzolo, in the Brenta Dolomites. The two resorts are now linked by gondola, creating a seamless 150km of skiing with Val di Sole and Pejo. Explore also the skiareas of Paganella, Alpe Cimbra and Monte Bondone. The infrastructure is constantly being updated. Recent additions: a new gondola from the Passo Paradiso to the top of the Presena glacier, as well as a new, exciting piste in Marilleva called Little Grizzly.

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Dolomiti Superski

In the east, three separate ski areas, Val di Fassa, Fiemme and San Martino di Castrozza, are linked into the enormous Dolomiti Superski network. Covering a staggering 1200km of pistes, it can be skied under a single lift pass. And if that sounds like too much skiing for a single holiday, don’t worry: The Valle Silver skipass allows 5 or 6 ski days in the districts of Val di Fassa, TreValli, Val di Fiemme/Obereggen, San Martino di Castrozza/Passo Rolle.

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From the airport to the best ski resorts

Hassle-free bus transfers each weekend from Verona, Bergamo, Milan Linate, Venice and Treviso airports, direct to Trentino’s most famous resorts, throughout the ski season. Shuttles run on Saturdays and Sundays and starting from this year on Thursdays, too! Prices start from Euro 35.

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Hotel + skipass

To book your stay, you can choose among the best structures of Trentino, in  Val di Fassa, val Rendena or  Val di Sole. If you travel with friends, we suggest the glamorous Madonna di Campiglio or Canazei. Here are our best ski pass hotel deals.

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