The Pontedilegno-Tonale ski area covers a vast alpine area between Trentino and Lombardy.
At an altitude of between 1,121 and 3,000 metres above sea level the slopes in the Ski Area allow all skiing enthusiasts to learn new techniques and challenge themselves to ensure days of pure fun for both experts and beginners.
The different characteristic of the nature and landscape between Passo Tonale, the Presena Glacier, Ponte di Legno and Temù are a joy to discover on skis and on foot!
The Ponte di Legno and Temù ski areas have slopes that pass through pine and spruce forests and sudden panoramic views. The slopes in the Tonale ski area pass through open fields among wide snowy spaces that are bordered only by mountains; the tracks that descend the Presena Glacier are set between mountain rocks and breath-taking views.
These four ski areas are linked together with 41 slopes, 28 ski lifts and an efficient free ski bus service.
There’s not only skiing: in the Pontedilegno-Tonale ski area, there are lots of fun things for skiers and non-skiers, adults and children, sports enthusiasts and holiday-makers looking for sun and relaxation to do even in the middle of winter: après-ski for an aperitif after skiing, health spas on the peaks and snow parks for children to have fun in.