Ski Season Is On Track In Trentino

While some ski resorts across Europe have been forced to close due to ski regions facing the highest January temperatures on record and melted snow. The Trentino region is thriving with low temperatures and 800 kilometres of fantastic slopes, well-groomed pistes and great snow conditions.

Trentino, in northern Italy, is the perfect place to unleash your passion for skiing, thanks to its excellent facilities, massive skiing terrain, a great variety of slopes framed by impressive scenery: from the renowned Dolomites in Valle di Fassa to the stunning Brenta Dolomites, the perfectly groomed slopes in Valle di Fiemme to the majestic Pale di San Martino, from the modern resort of Valle di Sole to the glamorous pistes of Madonna di Campiglio, from Altopiano Paganella to Alpe Cimbra. Visitors can enjoy the mountains, with an Italian touch!

Here in Trentino, the snowy season is in full swing! Five-star quality does not only feature on the slopes and lifts, but also in the many mountain huts. All the ski areas are open and despite the current temperatures, the coverage of snow is guaranteed by great quality artificial snow as well as the new snowfalls due to the lower temperatures expected in the coming days.

Thanks to modern equipment for artificial snowmaking and the high altitudes of these slopes, snow coverage of 90% is guaranteed for the 380 kilometres of slopes spreading from east to west across Trentino.

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