On the foothills of the Alps and with a three extensive mountainous group, Dolomites di Brenta, Solda and Panarotta mountain chains, Trentino is a wide-ranging natural playing field for a number of sports activities, specially for alpine skiing.
Trentino – Alto Adige, in northern Italy, is considered to be the home place of cross country skiing, not without good reason. With an incredible number and variety of trails and with the most prestigious and important competitions of international level, the region is simple the top cross country skiing destination.
Alto Adige in Trentino of northern Italy is a top worldwide destination for performing alpine skiing. Many mountaineering ski tours cover the entire region of Trentino, crossing the borders with neighboring Austria or other northern Italian regions.
In north Italy, in the Trentino – Alto Adige region, the ski season does not ended early spring but continuous in some resort till October. The fans of ski can enjoy under the summer sun exciting moments on the slopes in high altitude above 3400m/1115ft.
In Trentino-South Tyrol, in north Italy, ice climbing is a seriously widespread sport activity. The Italian Alps are a natural shaped arena for the fans of ice climbing. Here, the environment offers the unique possibility to challenge you both in alpine and in water ice.
The Dolomites mountain group is one of the most extensive snow skiing areas in the Alps mountain chain. The entire zone, known as Dolomiti Superski, extends over the northern Italian provinces of Trento, Bolzano and Belluno and it is divided into 21 snow parks for a total of 1200 km/745.6 mi of slopes.