Adamello Ski - Ponte di Legno Tonale: fantastic skiing in Val di Sole
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Adamello Ski - Ponte di Legno Tonale
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Adamello Ski - Ponte di Legno Tonale in brief

 

Visit Adamello Ski - Ponte di Legno Tonale for long, challenging runs, skiing and snowboarding on the Presena glacier, excellent cross-country skiing and moonlit snowshoeing. 

Resort name:

Adamello Ski - Ponte di Legno Tonale

Location:

Lombardy-Trentino border, Italy

Nearest airport:

Bergamo Orio al Serio and Verona

Transfer time:

2.5 hrs (by car)

Altitude:

1,121 m to 3,000 m

Total ski runs:

100 km

Beginner runs:

22 km

Intermediate runs:

63 km

Advanced runs:

15 km

Activities:

Alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, snowboarding, ski mountaineering, free riding, snowshoeing, tobogganing, snow tubing

Did you know?

Adamello Ski enables skiers to ski the Presena glacier,

Tonale and Pontedilegno in one go via 11 km of linked

pistes with a descent of 1,740 m.

 

Skiing in Adamello Ski - Ponte di Legno Tonale

 

Adamello Ski - Ponte di Legno Tonale is one of the most popular ski areas of the Val di Sole region in Trentino, Italy. The area is made up of the pistes of Passo Tonale, the Presena glacier, Pontedilegno, Temù, Vermiglio and Vezza d’Oglio.

Skiers can take to the slopes from an altitude of 1,121 m at Temù to 3,000 m on the Presena glacier, with lots of varied runs and amazing views to enjoy in between.

 

Passo Tonale

The Passo Tonale area of Adamello Ski is a wide, natural winter sports amphitheatre offering skiing between altitudes of 1,884 m and over 3,000 m. Highlights include the 3 km Paradiso run, which is ideal for expert skiers and has a descent of 710 m, as well as the 4.5 km Alpino run with its 725 m drop. There’s a freestyle arena for snowboarders here and the snowpark offers two zones with over 25 features, including a learning area for beginners.

 

Presena glacier

The Presena Glacier offers skiing beyond the standard winter season and is accessible via a gondola that takes skiers up to an altitude of 2,585 m. The glacier is particularly ideal for those who love the thrill of off-piste skiing, with suitable areas including Maroccaro, Mandrone, Pisgana and Cima Venezia. Skiers can take a lift to the top to drink in the fantastic views from the summit of the glacier. A snowpark at 3,000 m opens at the end of the winter season and hosts the popular Snowmotion Power Days event.

 

Pontedilegno

Pontedilegno (or Ponte di Legno) is a town located on a sunny plateau at 1,258 m and is one of the most popular destinations in the Upper Valle Camonica. There are 8 pistes and 5 ski lifts in the area, with the slopes linked to those in the Temù ski area. It is particularly good for intermediate and cross-country skiers, as well as snowboarders.

 

Temù 

Temù is a compact village located around 3 km from Pontedilegno. It has 8 pistes (including a challenging black run) and 4 chair lifts, all linked to Pontedilegno. It’s possible to get from the village all the way up the Presena glacier on skis via 11 km of slopes and through Pontedilegno and Passo Tonale.

 

Vermiglio

Vermiglio is in the western Val di Sole and has some particularly good cross-country ski trails at Stavél and Velon comprising 20 km of tracks in Stelvio National Park and Adamello Brenta Nature Park for all abilities. The area is made up of the villages of Cortina, Fraviano, Pizzano and Borgonuovo.

 

Vezza d’Oglio

Vezza d’Oglio is a town in the Upper Valle Camonica around 9 km from Edolo and Pontedilegno. Snowshoeing is the main focus here in the winter, thanks in part to the annual moonlit snowshoe walk called Caspolada al chiar di luna that takes place here each February.

 

 

 

 

Photo credit ©Pino Veclani

ACCOMMODATION

Residence Acero Rosso 
Hotel La Torretta 
Hotel Sciatori 
Hotel Garnì Pegrà 
Sporting Hotel 
Hotel Adamello 
Hotel Gardenia  
Hotel Albergo Eden 


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