Trails and snow parks Trentino
Your acquaintance with the Italian ski resorts should undoubtedly begin with the sunny, perfectly equipped smooth slopes of Trentino. Beginners choose this region for gently sloping convenient green and blue slopes, and experienced athletes will appreciate hundreds of kilometers of routes combined into two giant ski regions of Dolomiti Superski and Dolomiti di Brenta.For those who buy the Dolomiti Superskipass ski pass, 1,200 kilometers of beautiful slopes in the east of Trentino, laid along virgin Alpine expanses, around such popular resorts as Val di Fassa – Carezza, Moena – Tre Valley, Val di Fiemme, will open. San Martino di Castrozza. Fans of ski safaris can follow the thematic routes: along the 40-kilometer Sellaronda, which will demonstrate the best panoramas of the Dolomites, along the most interesting scenic route “King Laurino”, where you will see places where the former ruler of the Dolomites met the beautiful princess Similda, and others who don’t less fun and beautiful.
West Trentino is the huge united region of Skyrama-Dolomiti-Adamello-Brenta, the key to which is Skipass Superskirama. People come here to relax in the elite resort of Madonna di Campiglio or on the more democratic Val di Sole and Passo Tonale, to ski on the lowlands along the Paganella and Monte Bondone highlands. In total, fans of skiing can get acquainted with 380 kilometers of various landscaped slopes. Many ski areas are interconnected by the latest ski lifts, which, due to their high speed and the fact that contactless cards are used for the passage, have no queues – you can ski throughout the region, occasionally changing to skibasses.
In Trentino, snowboarders and skiers who love dizzy pirouettes are always welcome. They are waiting for steep descents, and well-equipped snowparks with jumps, rails and halfpipes, equipped with everything necessary to make your tricks and jumps safe. Among the most popular skiing spots is Ursus Snowpark, located in the Grosté skiing area at an altitude of 2500 meters, where billionaires vacationing in Madonna di Campiglio go in pursuit of adrenaline; Snowpark Monte Bondone, located at the top station of the 3-Tre ski lift, Snowpark Passo Tonale, recently opened on a sunny slope at the top station of the Tonale-Valena ski lift, and, of course, the San Martino Snowpark in the resort of San Martino di Castrozza, known for its excellent freestyle camp, as well as many others. In total, brave freestylers can ride in 14 snow parks scattered throughout the Trentino region.
It is most convenient to get to any resort in the Trentino region on a special Fly ski shuttle bus that runs from the airports of Verona, Bergamo, Venice and Treviso. Tickets for it are better for you to buy through the Internet: 18 euros costs one way travel and 30 euros – “round-trip”.