Passo Tonale: 100 km of slopes, thrilling emotions!
A SKIING PARADISE
This area which is located between the Trentino and Lombardy region guarantees the opportunity to ski in late autumn and well into spring, thanks to the ski lifts on the Presena Glacier at a height of 3000 meters.
In Passo Tonale - Pontedilegno winter guests will find 30 modern lifts that service 100 km of slopes which receive heavy, natural snowfalls but that are also equipped with a complete snowmaking system. Slopes arrive directly in the hotels making it easy for skiers to reach this area’s “jewel in the crown”: their après ski.
By Christmas 2015 it will be possible to reach the top of the Presena Glacier starting from Passo Tonale. A new cabin lift will replace the current two-seater chairlift and the two ski tows on the glacier.
February 4th - 11th 2017
March 11th - 19th 2017
A special week for the entire family. A 7-night stay with a 6-day ski pass plus a fun-filled activity program for both grown-ups and kids!!
April 8th - 18th 2017
Want to ski in the middle of April with great snow cover on the slopes and then enjoy a concert and a refreshing drink? Easter in the Skiarea Pontedilegno Tonale means Rock’n’Roll skiing with a weeklong mix of music and fun. A 7-night stay includes a 6-day Adamello Ski lift pass.
The best slope at Passo Tonale: Paradiso slope
Difficulty: “Black” slope
Length 3.000 meters
Vertical drop 737 meters
The longest ski run at Passo Tonale: Presena Glacier - Ponte di Legno
Length: 11.000 meters
Vertical drop: 1.800 meters
For beginners that want to take their first steps with skis on, for those that want to improve their skills, or for those that are already good skiers but want to perfect their style, there are ski schools with ski instructors at your complete disposal. It is possible to sign up for individual or group lessons
Scuola Italiana Sci Tonale Presena
There are facilities especially made for riders at Passo Tonale: a snow park and one of the longest skicross courses in the Alps, with a slope of that is more than 1000 m long featuring highadrenalin jumps, bumps and banked corners.
The Skiline service, created in collaboration with Skidata (a company that provides innovative solutions to check admission access) gives skiers the chance to check their personal ski performance on the Passo Tonale-Ponte di Legno-Temù slopes: a diagram shows your total elevation gain and performance data including the number of lifts taken and the total amount of kilometres