Italy Ski Resorts
Popular Italy Ski Resorts
- This picturesque 'Queen of the Dolomites' ski area is located in Northern Italy. It is known for it's scenery, ski lodging, shops and apres-ski scene. The resort offers modern ski lifts along with extensive snowmaking to guarantee a longer ski season. The ski area includes Auronzo-Misurina and San Vito di Cadore and is part of the Dolomiti Superski ski area.
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Additional Italy Ski Resorts
- A mountain resort located in Northern Italy.
Campitello di Fassa
- A popular skiing resort in the Dolomoite Alps of Italy.
Carezza Ski – King of the Dolomites
- Carezza, Italy has 40 groomed kilometres of slopes with varying degrees of difficulty for skiing, carving, snowboarding and telemarking offering the highest quality in the unique landscape of the Dolomites between the Rosengarten and Latemar mountains in the UNESCO world natural heritage site. Carezza is also one of the sunniest ski resorts in South Tyrol. The great cross-coun...
- Resort set in the shadow of the Matterhorn. Linked to Zermatt.
- Small Italian resort village base for exploring the slopes of Montgenevre and Monti della Luna.
- Ski resort located in the Valle d'Aosta region of northern Italy.
- Covering the biggest skiing merry-go-round in the world. Includes the 12 ski regions of the Dolomites in Italy; Corinta d'Ampezzo, Plan de Corones, Alta Badia, Val Gardena, Val di Fassa e Carezza, Arabba, Alta Pusteria and more.
- Discover the joy and fun of a holiday in the Dolomites. There's lots of skiing, relaxation, nature, culture, etc.
Dolomiti On Line
- Skiing in the Italian Domomites.
- An historic village in the province of Trentino, Italy offering an enormous choice of snow sports.
- Official site for this resort located in the western Alps, near the French/Italian border.
- Resort located near the Italian-Swiss border.
- Ski area at the foot of the magnificent Monte Rosa, Italy.
Madonna Di Campiglio
- 90 Km of slopes for alpine skiing (Campiglio+Pinzolo), 150 Km in the area of Madonna di Campiglio, Folgarida and Marilleva, Italy
- Situated between the Fiemme and Fassa valleys, Italy. Nicknamed the 'fairy of the Dolomites'.
Montecampione Ski Resort
- The Montecampione Bovegno ski resort covers some 35 kms, it was one of Italy's first resorts to install snow cannons and today uses the latest technology to maintain optimal conditions.
- Skiing at Champoluc, Gressoney and Algana. Monterosa Express heliskiing.
Paganella Ski Area
- The Paganella ski area is located on the Paganella plateau with the villages of Andalo, Molveno and Fai della Paganella. This Italian ski resort is part of the Altopiano della Paganella ski area with access to 22 individual pistes.
San Domenico di Varzo
- Ski resort and tourist centre on the Italian Lepontine Alps, in the Simplon pass area.
Schnals Valley Glacier
- Located on the Italian-Austrian border. Popular training site for many national skiing teams.
Seiseralm Alpe di Sciusi Ski
- Ski, snowboard and wintersport resort in the Dolomites, Italy.
- Fassa Valley is situated in the heart of Dolmites. From December to April (snow permitting) over 70 lifts and slopes are at the skiers' disposal.
Val di Fassa
- Located in the central Alps, Val di Fassa is a beautiful valley in the province of Trento and is included in the Sella Ronda ski pass.
Val Gardena - Gröden
- Ski area in the heart of the Sella mountain range of the Italian Dolomites.
- The official homepage Tourist Office Val Gardena, Italy.
- Valtellina occupies an entirely mountainous territory, from the Trivio di Fuentes at the top end of Lake Como, and the peak of the Bernina.