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Top 5 on your “to see” list in the Dolomites

The "must-see balconies" of the UNESCO World Heritage sites for every traveller visiting Trentino


In Western Trentino, eight fascinating ski areas are grouped in the Skirama Dolomiti Adamello Brenta: 150 ski lifts and 380 km of slopes. The Brenta Dolomites are accessible and visible with the ski lifts of Val Rendena (Madonna di Campiglio and Pinzolo), Paganella (Andalo and Molveno) and more in the distance, the valleys of Sole and Pejo from the West and Monte Bondone and Folgaria from the East. Among the "balconies" of Western Trentino, we would suggest the summit of Paganella and the Pradalago-Cinque Laghi area over Madonna di Campiglio.


With 450 ski lifts and 1,200 km of slopes, the Dolomiti Superski is the main ski "carousel" entirely accessible with a single ski-pass that grants access to 12 ski areas. The Dolomiti mountains of Eastern Trentino are accessible and visible with the ski lifts of San Martino di Castrozza/Passo Rolle, Val di Fiemme, Obereggen, Val di Fassa, Alpe Lusia-San Pellegrino, Marmolada, Carezza and Arabba. The "Doc" balconies of Eastern Trentino, although in some cases outside the UNESCO area, include Passo Rolle, Col Rodella and Sass Pordoi. We ought to also mention the post of Porta Vescovo, from where you can enjoy the Marmolada.
Published on 18/10/2021