21 Skiing Spots in Italy that you should visit - With photos & details

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21 Skiing Spots to explore in Italy

Located in Southern Europe consisting of a peninsula delimited by the Alps and surrounded by several islands.

Campitello Matese86027 Campitello Matese, Province of Campobasso, Italy

Campitello Matese is a fraction of the municipality of San Massimo, a renowned center of winter sports of ' Southern Italy.  The mountain group is part of the Matese, a karst area with woods, caves, panoramas, fossils, and more.  Various sports are practiced on these mountains, from skiing to mountain biking, rock climbing, up to paragliding.

Campo ImperatoreCampo Imperatore, 67100 L'Aquila AQ, Italy

Campo Imperatore is a mountain grassland or a large plateau at over 1,500m above sea level. It is about 30km long and just under 10km wide and is overlooked by the tallest peak of the Gran Sasso National Park, the Corno Grande. The area is most popular for its winter skiing, though it’s lovely to walk or drive here during the warmer months.

Cinque Torri32043 Cortina d'Ampezzo, Province of Belluno, Italy

Cinque Torri is a small resort mountain in the Italian region of the Veneto. It has an elevation of 2,361 meters above sea level. It is part of the Nuvolau group, 1 in the interior of the Ampezzo Dolomites, northwest of San Vito di Cadore and southwest of Cortina d'Ampezzo. In summer it is possible to make excursions through the forests and on prepared trails.  This area was the scene of fierce fighting between Italian and Austro-Hungarian troops during the Great War.

Dolomiti SuperskiStr. Arnaria, 43, 39040 Castelrotto BZ, Italy

The Dolomiti Superski is the largest ski area in Italy, born in 1974 and spread over an area of ​​about 3,000 km² in the Triveneto, including most of the winter ski slopes of the Dolomites, for a total of 1,246 km of slopes divided into 12 different ski areas. Of these 500 km are connected "skis on feet". It offers 450 ski lifts and 1,246 kilometers of slopes, about half of which are directly connected to each other, and all of which can be used with a single ski pass.

GrivolaGrivola, 11012 Cogne, Aosta Valley, Italy

The Grivola is a mountain of the Gran Paradiso massif, in Graian, high 3,969 m above sea level. It is located along the divide between Valsavarenche and Val di Cogne in Valle d'Aosta between the villages of Cogne, Valsavarenche, and Aymavilles. It is the third-highest in the Gran Paradiso massif. A nice trekking destination and also this peak offers the best panoramic views of this area.

HelmHelm, 39038 Sexten, South Tyrol, Italy

Mount Elmo is a mountain in the Carnic Alps, on the border between ' Italy and the' Austria, in one of the few areas where the political boundary goes far beyond the watershed of Alps. The physical border passes, in fact, from the saddle of Dobbiaco, but in 1919 for military reasons the basin of San Candido and the valley of the Rio Sesto were attributed to Italy.  Mount Elmo is the largest ski area in Alta Pusteria. It is also part of the Tre Cime di Lavaredo ski area and therefore of the Dolom

MeranoMerano, South Tyrol, Italy

Merano is an Italian town of 41,152 inhabitants in Italy. Considered a health resort since the nineteenth century , Merano was initially oriented towards tourism for the elderly , thanks to the mild climate and the quiet that characterize it. One of the top skiing areas and also you can spend some nice time here.

Monte BrancastelloMonte Brancastello, 67100 L'Aquila, Province of L'Aquila, Italy

The Monte Brancastello is a mountain in the Italian region of Abruzzo. The mountain is located in the eastern part of the Gran Sasso mountain range. West of the summit is the mountain pass Vado di Corno, which separates the Corno Grande.  From the Campo Imperatore, the top can be reached in three hours. The first part of the route takes you on a gravel path to Vado di Corno. From this pass, a four-kilometer trail goes over the ridge to the top.

Monte CimoneMonte Cimone, 41029 Sestola, Province of Modena, Italy

Mount Cimone is the largest relief of the northern Apennines, with a height of 2,165 meters above sea level.  It is a popular ski resort in the winter. There are 31 ski slopes with a total length of more than 50 km.  It is also frequented by snowboarders as it houses a fairly large snow park in the Passo del Lupo area and two other smaller parks in the areas of Lake Ninfa and Polle. The mountain extends through the municipalities of Fiumalbo, Sestola, Fanano, and Riolunato.

Monte PortellaMonte Portella, 67100 L'Aquila AQ, Italy

The Monte Portella is a mountain of the Gran Sasso d'Italia, a mountain group of the Apennines in Italy. It lies between the Sella di Monte Aquila and the La Portella saddle, which separates it from the striking neighboring summit, Pizzo Cefalone, to the west. The Monte Portella thus limits the Gran Sasso d'Italia to the south. It can be reached via several easy hiking trails from Campo Imperatore and from there you have further tour options, for example on the Pizzo Cefalone and further in the

Monti ErniciMonti Ernici, 67050 Morino, Province of L'Aquila, Italy

The Ernici Mountains are a short mountain range of tectonic origin of the Lazio Sub-Apennines, which extends east-west and is bounded to the north by the Cantari Mountains and the Aniene valley , to the east by the Liri valley, to the south and to the west , from the Sacco Valley. The peaks are on average 2000 meters high, the highest is that of Monte del Passeggio followed by Pizzo Deta, Monte Fragara and Monte Ginepro which together constitute the southern massif.

OrtlerOrtler, 39029 Stilfs, South Tyrol, Italy

The Ortler Alps are a mountain range of the Southern Limestone Alps mountain group in the Central Eastern Alps, in Italy and Switzerland. One of the main skiing areas in italy and also it attracts a lot of tourists here.

Piancavallo33081 Piancavallo, Province of Pordenone, Italy

Piancavallo has 17 km of ski runs equipped with artificial snow systems that ensure constant snow-cover allowing you to enjoy going down the main runs and along the many variations designed for experienced skiers. The ski school zone and a large dedicated area give novice skiers the opportunity to engage in their first descents.

Piani Di PezzaPiani Di Pezza, 67048 Rocca di Mezzo, Province of L'Aquila, Italy

The Piani di are a highland glacial and karst -alluvionale located in ' Abruzzese Apennines, in Abruzzo , in the province, within the territory of the town of Rocca di Mezzo, embedded in the Sirente-Velino Regional Natural Park . From the surrounding mountains you can enjoy a wide Apennine panorama. The Piani di are a highland glacial and karst -alluvionale located in ' Abruzzese Apennines , in Abruzzo , in the province , within the territory of the town of Rocca di Mezzo, embedded in the Sirent

Piano ProvenzanaVia Provenzana, 37, 95015 Linguaglossa CT, Italy

Piano Provenzana is a ski resort located on the northern slope of Etna , also known as Etna Nord , at an altitude of 1,810 meters above sea level in the territory of the municipality of Linguaglossa. Unlike the ski resort located on the southern slope of Etna ( Etna Sud ), centered around the Sapienza Refuge and dominated by a landscape almost free from vegetation and dominated by lava stone. The station has slopes for skiing , cross-country skiing , ski touring and snowboarding .

Plan Maison11028 Valtournenche AO, Italy

Plan Maison is a mountain resort in the municipality of Valtournenche in the Aosta Valley , at an altitude of 2,561 m asl . It is located in the valley Breuil within the ski area Matterhorn Ski Paradise and from there you can start to climb the Matterhorn along the Italian normal route. There are numerous slopes that descend to Breuil-Cervinia: once there were 1 and 2, two black slopes. Today these two tracks are no longer used and are not even marked on the maps. Now, skiers can use slopes 3 an

Prato Nevoso S.P.A.Via Corona Boreale, 1, 12083 Frabosa Sottana CN, Italy

Prato Nevoso is a ski resort, the village of the municipality of Frabosa Sottana, in the province of Cuneo, near Mondovi, part of the Mondolè Ski. Its ski offer is mainly aimed at a clientele of medium difficulty ski level due to the relative ease of its slopes, but the tourist attraction is remarkable because the station is located in a very sunny and warm area. The resourcefulness of its managers and the continuous renewal of its ski lifts have given it the nickname of " Sestriere del Cuneese

Seiser AlmSeiser Alm, 39048 Sëlva, South Tyrol, Italy

The Seiser Alm is the largest high alpine pasture in Europe. It is located in the South Tyrolean Dolomites in Italy, around 20 km northeast of Bolzano and above the well-known tourist resorts of Seis am Schlern, Kastelruth, and Ortisei in Val Gardena.  In summer, the area is ideal for hiking and mountain tours.  The winter sports area has 60 km of downhill pistes, predominantly of easy and medium difficulty, numerous lifts, and a fun park.

Sella Ronda39048 Badia, South Tyrol, South Tyrol, Italy

Sella Ronda is the most recognized ski route of the Dolomites.  It is a loop that runs either clockwise or counterclockwise around the massif of the Sella mountain range. This route can easily be accomplished in one day. In winter it is possible to ski around the entire massif by using the Sellaronda ski lift carousel.  The well-connected lifts and superbly prepared pistes will allow you uninterrupted skiing on almost 30 kms of ski runs in one single day.

Val GardenaVal Gardena, 39047 Santa Cristina Gherdëina, South Tyrol, Italy

Val Gardena is one of the best holiday destinations in the world when it comes to skiing, hiking and exploring nature. Surrounded by the UNESCO-protected Dolomites, this charming alpine valley is the perfect place to unwind, enjoy life and recharge your mind. The Gardena Spring Trophy is an annual international figure skating competition held every spring in the Valley. Val Gardena has a Serie A ice hockey team, the Hockey Club Gardena.