The 10 best ski resorts in Italy

Skiing fun and breathtaking mountain panorama of the Dolomites / The 10 best ski resorts in Italy

Are you already thinking about where your next ski holiday should go? How about a skiing holiday in Italy? In addition to beautiful historic cities and delicious food, Italy also has a magnificent mountain landscape to offer. In the Italian mountains, the ski lovers among you can really let off steam and a wide range of skis awaits you. I’ll show you which are the 10 best ski resorts in Italy.

1. Val Gardena – family fun guaranteed

The ski area in Gröden, Val Gardena in Italian, is located in the middle of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Dolomites and is one of the 10 best ski areas in Italy and one of the top tips for South Tyrol. And not without reason, because the ski area provides you with 170 kilometers of pistes, a great snow park on the largest high plateau in Europe, the Seiser Alm, as well as a Sella Ronda and several cozy huts with large sun terraces and deck chairs. All this makes your visit to the ski area in Val Gardena a great experience for the whole family.

2. The Kronplatz family ski area in Pustertal

The well-known Plan de Corones ski area in the Puster Valley is also one of the 10 best ski areas in Italy. You can let off steam on almost 120 kilometers of pistes and enjoy the fantastic panoramic view of South Tyrol. Almost half of the slopes are blue slopes, which is why this ski area in South Tyrol is particularly suitable for families.

3. Alta Badia – Ideal for beginners

Another of the 10 best ski areas in Italy is also located in the middle of the Dolomites. This is the Alta Badia ski area, which impresses with a picturesque mountain backdrop, 130 kilometers of slopes and delicious cuisine from the Alta Badia valley. Beginners and families in particular can look forward to beginner slopes, but experienced skiers can also find the right slope here.

4. The action ski resort of Livigno

The ski resort of Livigno is located in the beautiful alpine valley of Valtellina, close to the Swiss border. At up to 2,800 meters above sea level, 115 kilometers of pistes await you with varied and well-groomed beginner, advanced and professional pistes. The real adventurers among you can let off steam on untouched deep snow slopes.

5. Val di Fassa – The ideal retreat

The Fassatal ski area, in Italian Val di Fassa, scores above all with its impressive surroundings. Because the 200 kilometers of pistes in the ski area in the middle of the Dolomites is surrounded by an imposing forest area, snowy mountain peaks and rugged rock faces. The Dolomiti Superski located there promises you special relaxation in addition to hut fun and après-ski. An ideal retreat for your skiing holiday. Val di Fassa is undoubtedly one of the 10 best ski resorts in Italy.

6. Sulden am Ortler – The glacier ski area

The ski resort of Sulden am Ortler is one of the 10 best ski areas in Italy with its great snow guarantee and an altitude of up to 3,250 meters. It already extends into the glacier ski area. The area provides you with challenging deep snow slopes, 40 kilometers of fun slopes and an impressive mountain panorama. From there you can enjoy a great view of the King Ortler.

7. Three Peaks and the Dolomite mountains

The Drei Zinnen ski area takes its name from its location in front of the Dolomite mountains with the well-known 3 Zinnen. This ski region, one of the 10 best ski areas in Italy, is part of the Sesto Dolomites of the Dolomiti Superski ski network. Beginners and novices in particular can look forward to around 90 kilometers of slopes. But even ambitious skiers will not be disappointed here.

8. Marmolada-Arabba – The highest mountain in the Dolomites

The Marmolada-Arabba ski area is one of the lesser known of the 10 best ski areas in Italy. It extends over the highest mountain in the Dolomites, the Marmolada. In this ski area you can enjoy over 60 kilometers of slopes at up to 3,269 meters in altitude and an extraordinary panoramic view over the Sella massif.

9. South Tyrolean Wipptal – Take a leisurely ride

The South Tyrolean Wipptal ski association consists of the three ski areas Ladurns-Gossensass, Rosskopf and Ratschings-Jaufen. It is a real insider tip and is one of the 10 best ski areas in Italy.

The ski resort has over 50 kilometers of slopes for every level. Anyone who wants to take it easy can do their lengths away from the busy ski areas in the beautiful mountain landscape.

10. Val di Fiemme – Ideal for cross-country skiing

The Val di Fiemme ski area brings up the rear of the 10 best ski areas in Italy. It is also part of the Dolomiti Superski ski network and includes the four ski areas Alpe Lusia, Alpe Cermis and the Ski Center Latemar.

Between the imposing rock formations of the Dolomites, 100 kilometers of slopes with different levels of slopes await you. However, most of the ski slopes are geared towards beginners. The ski resort is also ideal for cross-country skiing and relaxed descents.

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