Temù is a small village located at an altitude of 1,144 metres above sea level just 3 km from Ponte di Legno. The village is surrounded by pastures, woods, conifer trees and the majestic snowy covered peaks of the Adamello Mountain Range.
In the winter Temù has a ski area that includes 4 chairlifts with 8 slopes of various levels all connected to the rest of the Ski Area. In this way it is possible to start with your skis on your feet from the village and reach up to 3,000 metres above sea level on the Presena Glacier, passing through Ponte di Legno and Passo Tonale; in particular the Temù black run is one of the most interesting in the entire ski area.
In the summer the mountains surrounding the village are one of the most popular destinations for cyclists and excursionists. The Roccolo Ventura chairlift which also operates in the summer is fitted with MTB hooks to make ascent easier for everyone.
Il Museo della Guerra Bianca, in the centre of the village is home to rare war relics that were found on the Adamello Glacier.
The new football pitch located near the ski lifts has been the place of pre-season summer retreats for many teams in the Italian Serie A so it is easy to spot players after training and get photographs and autographs.
- ski area includes 4 chairlifts and 8 slopes
- the famous Temù black run
- Museo della Guerra Bianca
- place of pre-season summer retreats for teams in Serie A
- Roccolo Ventura chairlift is fitted with MTB hooks