Temù is a cozy village 1,144 m above sea level and only 3 km from Pontedilegno. It is surrounded by green meadows, coniferous forests and the imposing, snow-capped peaks of the Adamello group.
The ski area has 4 chair lifts and 8 slopes of any level connected within the Pontedilegno-Tonale carousel. The skier can easily leave the town walking few minutes to reach the lifts and make his way up to the Presena glacier (3,000 metres high), passing through Ponte di Legno and Passo Tonale. The black run in the village is one of the most exciting in the entire linked ski area.
During the summer the beautiful mountains surrounding the village are a favourite destination for bikers and walkers. The Roccolo Ventura chairlift also runs during the summer (check days and times of opening) and has hooks to carry mountain bikes to make the ascent easy for everyone.
Lush pastures and magnificent larch forests are enchanting places where you can restore your spirits.
In August every year the town hosts Art in the Street, an international gathering of wood sculptors where you can watch the artists at work in the streets of the old town.
The Museum of the White War which houses rare war material found on the glaciers of the Adamello, has new premises in the town centre.
The new football court, located close to the ski lifts, hosts various football teams for pre-championship training. It’s not unusual to meet football players and get photos and autographs.