For Trentino, safety comes first.

In this section, you can learn more about all the measures put in place by our operators and tourist service providers to protect you and your loved ones.

DOWN THE SLOPES FROM SUNRISE TO MOONLIGHT

For an unforgettable experience, ski on untouched slopes as the sun rises or ski at night on illuminated slopes in Trentino. For added adventure keen skiers can also climb up the mountain with seal skins on and then descend via dedicated routes. For a fun night with friends, why not privately book an entire slope to yourselves?

Sunrise skiing

This winter, between December and March, Trentino’s exciting product “Trentino Ski Sunrise” offers skiers the experience of the first run of fresh slopes at sunrise. Available in numerous Trentino locations, head up the ski lift as dawn begins to break, and descend the mountain with ski instructors, or on foot or snowshoes accompanied by Alpine guides. Stop for a traditional mountainside breakfast which is included as part of the Trentino Ski Sunrise experience. Energise for the day with hot freshly baked bread, homemade jams, and Italian coffee, now enjoyed with complete safety and distancing.

Come alone, with friends or your whole family. Available to book throughout the winter months, each time held in a different ski resort. Information and the complete calendar of appointments are available at

www.visittrentino.info/trentinoskisunrise.

Ski under the stars

If a full day on the slopes wasn’t enough, now it’s time to turn on the low consumption LED lights, to let the fun continue into the night. In Marilleva, night skiing takes place on the Biancaneve slope, in Folgarida on the final stretch of the Black slope, in Passo Tonale on the Valena slope and in Peio on the Mezoli slope, on Alpe Cermis, in Val di Fiemme, along the Olimpia 3 slope, and in Andalo, on the Cacciatori 1 slope.

On Monte Bondone, “Happy Snow evenings” mean slopes and snow parks are illuminated on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:00 pm to 10:30 pm. Likewise, in San Martino di Castrozza, on the slopes and the snow park in Col Verde on Wednesdays and Saturdays. And in Madonna di Campiglio you can even book an entire slope just for you, the legendary Canalone Miramonti, stage of the 3Tre slalom, for exclusive night descents with your friends.

On the Paganella slopes it is possible to ski by night several times a week, both from the Fai della Paganella side and from Andalo, Starting from the car park in Santel, Fai della Paganella, you may descend along the La Rocca slope and part of the Dosso Larici slope to the mountain hut bearing the same name, on Monday and Thursday evenings, from the closing time of the cableway systems until 9:00 pm. Neither passages nor transfers to other slopes are allowed. From Andalo, you can follow the return slope for the first 500m with subsequent deviation on the Olimpionica I slope, to the Dosson mountain hut, on Tuesday and Friday evenings, from 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm.

On the other hand, in Madonna di Campiglio, every Monday and Thursday from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, skiers can use a dedicated nighttime track. The starting point of the “Skialp track by night” slope is located near Madonna di Campiglio, in the Fortini locality; after passing the Boch mountain hut, the route reaches the Graffer mountain hut in 2 hours, with an overall 620 m altitude gain and a length of 6 km and 550 m. During the three-hour long journey the trail is completely vehicle-free and dedicated exclusively to climbers with seal skins to then ski down. The mountain huts along the route also remain open to support evening skiers.

Further info: https://www.visittrentino.info/en/articles/snow-and-gourmet/trentino-ski-sunrise



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