Ski and Spa in the Stelvio National Park
Ski Area: Closed
0 / 7
Ski lifts opened
0 / 16
Km of open pistes
40 - 230cm
Valley / Mountain
-2° / 12°
min. / max
The Val di Pejo ski area is the first in the world to have banned plastic products, as part of a wider sustainability project for the valley. Here the mountain huts on the slopes have already said goodbye to disposable tableware and straws, plastic bottles and glasses.
The Val di Pejo 16 km of ski runs of varying difficulty levels are always covered in snow thanks to the area's heavy snowfalls and to the artificial snow system. The ski lift facilities are modern and efficient (3 chair lifts, 2 ski lifts, 1 cabin way, 1 cable way) and it is well connected with the towns by frequent shuttle bus runs.For beginners or for improving one's technique, the area has countless ski schools managed by professional instructors.
Kids will surely have their fill of fun and games in the area's snow playgrounds, all generally equipped with magic carpets, sled and tubing runs, igloos, games, tunnels, bangy ball and beginner slopes.The area also offers ice skating and a curling field on ice, the chance to climb ice falls, of exploring Italy's largest national park on snow shoes or of practicing ski-mountaineering. Snow equipment can be rented on location.
Near the Pejo ski area and well connected via snowbus is the great Folgarida-Marilleva and Madonna di Campiglio ski carousel offering over 120 of runs. All of these areas are part of the Skirama Dolomiti Adamello Brenta system.
In Peio, a cable lift with two cable cars, connecting the Tarlenta area to the heart of the Ortles Cevedale mountain range at 3000 meters.
Breathtaking descent starting from the "PEJO 3000" cable-car station, at 3000 m altitude , to Peio Fonti at 1400m, thanks to the new "Variante dei Monti" slope. Overall, 8 kilometres of slope are skied down for a total altitude drop of 1600 m!