PONTEDILEGNO -TONALE, 100 KM OF SLOPES, A FREERIDING AND ADRENALINE SPORTS PARADISE
Indulge your desire for freedom and outdoor soul on the snow. Plenty of open space, lifts right up to almost 3000 metres, snowy mountain peaks wherever you look, the Presena glacier where you can ski until late in the spring, a huge selection of sports and activities to enjoy as well as classic skiing, 100 kilometres of slopes and 42 lifts. This is what PONTEDILEGNO - TONALE has to offer, the ski area that straddles Trentino and Lombardy. Find your real soul, fully satisfy your thirst for adrenaline.
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Leave behind the limitations of groomed snow and blaze your own trail. Try out freeriding for a taste of the freedom offered by off-piste adventures. The most famous in Passo Tonale? The Sgualdrina.
Let yourself be carried by the wind, gliding down the Tonale slopes. You decide the route by manoeuvring the kite to suit the wind power, in the perfect equilibrium of man and nature.
A burst of adrenaline? Clinging to the glacier, climbing up metre after metre, using ropes, ice axe and crampons. Paradiso wall is where climbers go in Tonale.
If you love silence and like to go up snowy mountains the hard way because once at the top, the views and sense of wellbeing repay all the sweat and effort, you can choose an alpine skiing route.
A sled pulled by dogs is a very Nordic image, but you can also enjoy dog sledding in Passo Tonale. Let the vast expanses of snow be your guide and you will feel you are part of a winter postcard.
If your passion for cycling knows no seasons, Pontedilegno-Tonale is the home for you! Venture out into this snowy natural landscape on your fat bike and don’t be afraid of spills… the soft snow will break your fall.
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