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Skiing in Ponte di Legno - Passo Del Tonale
A great carousel made up of 100 km of pistes sprawling over four ski areas. Discover the best pistes from the Presena glacier to Temù. Beginning with the white-knuckle 11 km non-stop ski ride to Ponte di Legno. It’s incredible!
Skiing in Ponte di Legno - Passo Del Tonale means a choice of four ski areas: from the Presena glacier in Temù, surrounded by unpolluted nature in the Stelvio National Park and the Adamello Regional Park. The ski trails range from Temù at 1121 metres in altitude to Presena at 3000 metres. The 2000 metre attitude difference makes for a wide variety of views from craggy peaks to woodland.
The Presena cableway takes just seven minutes to connect the Passo Paradiso at 2585 m to Passo Presena at 3000 m, where you can see as far as Pian di Neve, the most extensive glacier in the Italian Alps. If you leave from Ponte di Legno, the trip by cableway lasts 27 minutes: in under half an hour you can reach the perennial snows of Presena where the thrilling 11 km non-stop ride begins. You can even ski by night in this area.
You can have fun on skis on the pistes of the Presena glacier from autumn to spring and beyond, while the pistes of Ponte di Legno and Temù offer exciting rides through woodland. Ponte di Legno-Tonale is also a paradise for snowboarders, who can try out the Adamello Snowpark Tonale with tracks for expert riders, a park for beginners and a skicross piste.