100 kilometres of slopes, 28 lifts, guaranteed snow on all runs: these are the promises for the ski enthusiasts

Weather forecast Locality:
Ponte di Legno
FRIDAY Nubi sparse con possibili piovaschi
Temp 20.6°
Umidity 87 %
SATURDAY Nubi irregolari con rovesci moderati
Temp 21.8°
Umidity 79 %
SUNDAY Nubi sparse con possibili piovaschi
Temp 22.8°
Umidity 70 %
MONDAY Nubi sparse con ampie schiarite
Temp 22.9°
Umidity 63 %
TUESDAY Nubi sparse e schiarite
Temp 23°
Umidity 58 %
WEDNESDAY Coperto con pioggia debole intermittente
Temp 18.2°
Umidity 87 %
THURSDAY Coperto con pioggia debole
Temp 17°
Umidity 78 %
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The district of Pontedilegno-Tonale is one of the most appreciated and admired ski locations in the entire alpine region.

Situated on the border of Lombardy and Trentino, it offers a unique 100 km of ski slopes to suit all abilities, evolving from the natural surroundings of the Stelvio National Park and the more regional Adamello Park. There are 28 different ski lifts, guaranteed snow, culminating on the Presena glacier (3000m) and where you can ski well into spring. The brand new and very fast cable car Presena will take you, in just 7 minutes from Passo Paradiso (2585m) to Passo Presena (3000m)  from where you can enjoy a spectacular view of Adamello, Lobbie, Presanella and Pian di Neve, the largest glacier in the Italian Alps. One of the longest ski slopes in Europe starts from Presena and continues non-stop to Ponte di Legno for 10 snow covered kilometres. Then there is snowpark, a fantastic downhill slope off-piste and also the possibility to mountaineer on the Adamello glacier.

Discover our 4 ski areas


Presena glacier

On our glacier you can ski uninterrupted from autumn to spring.

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Passo Tonale

Tonale is like a giant natural amphitheatre completely exposed to the sun, whose runs are the ideal place to learn to ski.

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Ponte di Legno

The pistes of Ponte di Legno have been designed to embrace the exceptional natural beauty of the dense woodland Pine trees.

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Temù

These slopes are widely appreciated by skiiers for their size and wonderful scenery.

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