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It's one of the few Italian resorts to be snowsure from late October to early May, which is why Italian national teams train here. The marked runs are mainly suited to beginners and intermediates, and Passo Tonale is also linked by lift to the slopes of Ponte di Legno, which offer advanced riders more challenges. Both areas are covered on the Adamello lift pass.
Passo Tonale lies on a mountain pass, surrounded by the mighty Adamello-Presena-chain and the Ortler-Cevedale-group. On the south side you will find the vast ski slopes, which are connected by a modern lift system. On the northern slopes you can ski throughout the whole year.
100 km fantastic slopes for skiing and snowboarding, connected with 2 cable cars, 14 chair and 16 draglifts for all levels of skiers. They all lead past the charming town and directly to the hotels. Waiting times at the lift are very low.
Passo Tonale means unlimited ski fun in one of the highest, sunniest and most snow safe ski areas in the Alpes. For all friends of cross-country the ski area offers 14 km trails. All snowboarders will find great snow parks and wide slopes.
Passo Tonale’s slopes are connected to those of Ponte di Legno in Alta Vallecamonica and hence also with the Temù slopes which run through the fir trees and are more suitable for experienced skiers. Passo Tonale is one of the first tourist resorts in the Alps to open its ski lift facilities and one of the last to close them.
This compact, value-for-money village lies at 1880m, with lifts going up to 3088m.
The resort was developed mainly to service the slopes, with a road running through the middle, and features predominantly chalet-style buildings. It's generally quiet during the week, but comes to life during the Italian holidays and at weekends.
The pass plays host to many hotels and shops for tourists in the winter, as the land around the pass is used for winter sports – mainly skiing (Adamello Ski Raid) and snowboarding.
Be sure to have a meal at La Mirandola hotel, situated just above the main resort. It dates back to the 12th century, and the restaurant has a vaulted stone ceiling, oodles of atmosphere and can be reached in the evening by snowmobile.
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Many charming cafes and pubs, combined with local and tasty restaurants and pizzerias complete the day after the slopes. For all friends of party and excitement, the many discos and Aprés-ski bars will keep you entertained. Look out for the trendy disco “Heaven”.
Also, there is always something going on in the Paradiso Après-Ski Bar on the Passo Tonale. Those who like it a bit more relaxed can end their ski day at one of the numerous huts with a glass of wine.