Ski Vacation in Italy - Overview of Ski Resorts       

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Skiing in Italy Italy has a large number of world-class ski resorts which are suitable for a pleasant and eventful ski vacation or skiing holiday. The largest and best known ski resorts are located in northern Italy, and this resorts cover full the area of the Alps and Dolomites.

There are also ski resorts in the middle and south italy due the Apennines who stretch 1500 km across italy with a height of up to 2900 meters in the province L'Aquila in the region Abruzzi (Abruzzo) in central italy.

The highest mountain in this region is the Gran Sasso with 2912 meters, there is for example the winter sports area Campo Imperatore at a altitude of 2200 meters above sea level.

Ski season:

Due to the warm climate in central and southern Italy, the ski season is slightly shorter than in South Tyrol (Trentino-Alto Adige), Lombardy, Veneto and Piedmont. In the northern Alps - Dolomites region, the ski season starts in the month November-December, reached the peak season in January & February and the conclusion in the months of March and April. In some areas such as Marmolada glacier at Belluno in the Veneto it was possible to practice still enjoyable skiing in July 2001 at a altitude of about 3000 meters.

Popular ski resorts for a skiing holiday are listed in this area, at this moment there are about 60 articles for popular ski resorts in Italy.

In each article are photos and information on ski slopes, hotels, winter sport deals, ski schools, ski rental or hire, ski lifts, informations about towns and special area-based information which can be usefull for skiing holiday or ski vacation in italy.


Winter sports

Generally can you get active in the northern ski resorts in winter sports like skiing, snowboarding, cross country, telemark, carving, alpine skiing, tobogganing, sledding, blobsledding, snow rafting, extreme skiing, freeriding, skiing and skating and many more winter sport types.




Skiing & Ski Resorts in Piedmont - Piemonte
Skiing in Piedmont Olympic Ski Resorts Ski Rental & Equipment Ski schools
Snowboard Camp Heliski Val Susa Cross-Country Skiing Crissolo & Monviso
Ski Resorts & Skiing in the ski arena Ortler South Tyrol (Trentino-Alto Adige)
Skiing in South Tyrol Ortler Skiarena Meran Rittner Horn
Sulden Reinswald Vigiljoch Schnalstal
Pfelders Mendel Ruffrè Schwemmalm Trafoi
Haideralm Minschuns Watles Maseben
Latsch Tarscheralm Schöneben Ski Rental Ski season 2006 - 2007
Ski Resorts & Skiing in Dolomiti Superski South Tyrol
Dolomiti Superski Kronplatz Val Gardena Seiser Alm
Hochpustertal Eisack Valley
Skiing & Ski Resorts Skirama Dolomiti Adamello Brenta Soputh Tyrol - Trentino
Skirama Dolomiti Val di Sol Ski Rental Ski schools
Après Ski Folgarida Marilleva Pejo
Monte Bodone Madonna di Campiglio
Skiing & Ski Resorts in Belluno - Veneto
Skiing holiday Veneto Marmolada Civetta Arabba
Cortina Ski schools Ski Rental Val di Fassa
Lagazuoi Cinque Torri Tofana Faloria
Cristallo Mietres
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