Polsa-San Valentino

Lots of pistes, practice slopes and a children’s area

Ski Area: Open

Snow condition: Good

Last update: 10/01/2020
6 / 8
Ski lifts opened
Chair lift:
3 / 3
Ski lift:
0 / 2
Tapisroulants:
3 / 3
15 / 23
Km of open pistes
Blue:
5 / 7
Red:
10 / 13
Black:
0 / 3
Trainingcamp:
3 / 3
10 - 25cm
Valley / Mountain
Last snowfall
22/12/2019
10cm
/
min. / max
5%
%

The ski area is perfect for families with children. Younger children will find qualified ski instructors and practice slopes where they can have a first go at skiing. Adults will enjoy the slopes that have been extended and offer more scenic views.

The wide, sunny Polsa and San Valentino pistes ‒ less than an hour from Trento and Verona ‒ are safe and easy to reach: two good reasons why they should be appreciated by families. The ski area, equipped with latest generation practice slopes featuring a treadmill, is an ideal place for those who want to approach skiing or snowboarding in complete safety, also thanks to the “Ski Slope Safety” policy for skiers and their families adopted by Brentonico Ski - the company that runs the lifts on the the Altopiano di Brentonico (Bretonico Plateau). Three brand new four-seat chairlifts, two skilifts and four treadmills allow you to reach a wide variety of slopes, from the easiest to the most challenging. Artificial snow covers 80% of the skiable surface area and ensures the opening of most pistes at the start of the skiing season.

The Polsa ski resort

The Polsa and Montagnola pistes are the longest and most scenic as several stretches run through woods. The Momo ski run, recently renovated while maintaining a route similar to 1980s one, is adored by telemark skiing enthusiasts, who often organise rallies and events here. While the Polsa Baby Park, a safe and easy-to-get-to area near a parking place, which offers snow games, a practice bob-sledding and sledding run is dedicated to children of all ages.

San Valentino ski resort

In San Valentino, there are two practice areas with three treadmills that take you up the gentle slopes. Happy Snow is the snow park where your children can have fun! Are you an expert skier? Here you can find more difficult descents. Even athletes train on the various gradient changes offered by the “Canalone” and the “Rosa del Sole” black pistes.

Night skiing

Enjoy the excitement of skiing under the stars on floodlit slopes:

on Thursday and Saturday from 20.00 to 22.30 on the Montagnola piste in Polsa. On Polsa Ski nights at Baita Laghetto, at the departure point of the chairlift and at Baita Montagnola, at the arrival point of the chairlift, there will be parties with music galore!



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