Skiing in Tre Valli – more than one hundred kilometres of trails and slopes
Situated within the Dolomiti Superski Area, the Tre Valli ski region offers more than one hundred kilometres of trails and slopes spread out across three distinct parts of the region. There are twenty-seven ski lifts located throughout the Tre Valli region that take you to the various runs that can be found ranging from 1,100 meters to 2,500 meters above sea level.
Tre Valli is one of the few resort locations that have the ability to ensure that 100% of the runs in the area are covered with snow throughout the peak season. Using a state of the art network of preprogrammed snow making facilities, the trails and runs in the area are always covered by fresh powder.
Passo San Pellegrino, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy by Ake1827
Moena – Alpe di Lusia
Known for its pristine runs, the Moena ski area offers more than forty kilometers of freshly powdered courses to choose from. The area is serviced by 8 newly installed and state of the art lift facilities that get you to the top of some of the finest runs in Tre Valli.
Passo San Pellegrino
The Passo San Pellegrino ski area is a popular and picturesque region of the Dolomites. There are many great courses and runs that can be found along the slopes of the pass. The area is serviced by 11 lifts as well as an artificial snow making system to ensure that the slopes are constantly covered with freshly powdered snow. You will also be able to access Falcade through the Col Margherita cable-way
There are countless runs of varying experience levels located throughout the Falcade ski area. The area also boasts more than forty kilometers of cross-country skiing trails. Serviced by 7 modern ski lifts, Falcade is one of the most popular parts of the Tre Valli ski area. There is also a lift that will take you up 2,500 meters above sea level to the top of Col Margherita.
The town of Falcade is considered to be the central hub of the entire Tre Valli ski area and from it you can have access to all of the 100 kilometers of runs in the area. The town is filled with bars, restaurants, shops and cafés. There is also a museum as well as many cultural locations located throughout the town. Falcade also offers more than 30 different hotels and a multitude of bed and breakfasts to choose from.
From Falcade, you will also have access to the other major ski destinations in the area including the popular Civetta ski area, Malga Ciapela as well as the Sella Ronda.