Pistes, ski and snowboard schools, top-class hospitality, food&wine traditions, and activities for adults and children: come to Brescia’s mountains for a holiday in the snow full of fun and relaxation. In addition to the famous Pontedilegno – Tonale ski area, you can choose between Maniva, Gaver, Val Palot, Montecampione, Borno, or Aprica-Corteno. This comprehensive offer will suit every needs and level of preparation.
Pontedilegno-Tonale is the ideal place to experience nature with family or friends. With 42 connected ski slopes for a total length of 100 km, 28 brand-new ski lifts and the possibility to cover a difference in altitude of 2,000 m, this ski area is one of the most popular ski resorts among winter holiday aficionados. Among the highlights is the longest piste in Europe on Presena Glacier, at 3,000 m above sea level.
There are numerous opportunities for a holiday in the snow full of sports and entertainment, starting from Snowpark Tonale for die-hard snowboarders. Other popular activities are ski mountaineering, freeride, snowshoes, cross-country skiing, sleddog, and snowkite.
To find out about the current snow situation, how to access and opening hours, visit the site pontedilegnotonale.com
With 40 km of pistes for all tastes and 9 ski lifts, Maniva Ski Area is the ideal destination for a holiday with family or friends juggling ski mountaineering, cross country skiing, the thrill of snowboarding, and showshoe walks under the moon.
New for the 2020-2021 season: sleddog. Surrounded by nature, you will drive your sled pulled by magnificent Siberian Huskies, just like in the Great White North!
Only 50 minutes away from the city of Brescia, this resort offers three ski schools and one snowboard school, with specific programs for disabled people. From the slopes, you will enjoy unforgettable views stretching from the snow-covered summits of Adamello to the waters of Lake Garda.
To find out about the current snow situation, how to access and opening hours, visit the site manivaski.it.
Many activities are also offered at Ski Area Borno – Monte Altissimo, between Camonica Valley and Scalve Valley: 20 km of pistes for skiers and snowboarders and the historic indoor ice skating rink. A snow-covered world to entertain the family and challenge expert skiers. Emotions not to miss with the spectacular view of the summits of Mount Altissimo and different options for “ciaspolada” (snowshoe walk) all together. It’s time to hit the trail!
To find out about the current snow situation, how to access and opening hours, visit the site bornoskiarea.it.
Near Lake Iseo, opposite Presolana mountains, Montecampione for the last forty years has been one of Brescia’s go-to places for ski lovers.
Easy to reach from all of northern Italy and served by a train + shuttle bus, it offers 18 pistes and 10 ski lifts connected to each other for a total of 30 km of slopes up to 2,000 m of altitude. There are pistes for all levels, from beginner to challenging black-level pistes for the most expert, like Canalone and Secondino. Many snowmobile tracks and a large children and beginner area are also available.
Ski and much more: among the many activities offered in Montecampione are snowshoes, ice skating, indoor pool, restaurants, shops, cinema, events, and festivals.
To find out about the current snow situation, how to access and opening hours, visit the site montecampioneskiarea.it.
Do you want to ski at a stone’s throw from Lake Iseo? Easy and exciting, thanks to Val Palot resort! 10 km of pistes and a lot of fun aboard skis, sledge, and snowshoes at 1,100 m above sea level, only 12 km away from the lakeshore and with the unparalleled view of Mount Guglielmo as a backdrop. An authentic corner of paradise for those who appreciate peace and nature and the opportunity to ski until late March thanks to the efficient artificial snow system.
To find out about the current snow situation, how to access and opening hours, visit the site valpalotski.com.
Ski, snowboard and much more at Aprica-Corteno Golgi ski area. These over 50 km of pistes and 16 ski lifts are perfect for families and children, but also for expert skiers looking for an adrenaline boost. The trails passing by the town roads after crossing forests and mountain peaks are particularly charming. Other activities include ice skating, climbing, ski mountaineering, snowshoes, pool, and wellness centre.
To find out about the current snow situation, how to access and opening hours, visit the site apricaonline.com.
A 5 km circuit for competitive cross-country skiing, a 3 km circuit for beginners, and several summer hiking trails which double as winter skiing tracks across 8-10 summits, for a total of 50 km ideal for ski mountaineering. Gaver Cross-country Centre, in the namesake plateau at the foot of Mount Blumone, is the undisputed reference point for cross-country athletes.
To find out about the current snow situation, how to access and opening hours, visit the site vallesabbia.info.