Sledding in Valle Isarco, Bressanone, Trentino-South Tyrol Italy

Rio di Pusteria:
10km/6mi natural slope; Illuminated once a week
12.9km/8mi natural slope
6km/3.7 natural slope
14km/8.6mi natural slope which 2.5km/1.5mi are illuminated
Val di Funes:
20km/12.4mi natural slope
Valle Isarco, located in the heart of Dolomites mountain chain, is the natural home for sledding. Here it is a very popular sport.

Valle Isarco outlines one of the longest slopes in Italy and the longest in Alto Adige, with more than 11.5 km/7.2 mi length, starting in Val Croce and ending in Sant’ Andrea town in Bressanone. Many slopes are floodlit that it allows sledding by night or in dawn.

In some refuges, dinner or breakfast options are available. In the excellent facilities of the valley, you will have at your disposal very good preparing schools and staff ready to facilitate your efforts. There are 12 natural slopes all of them waiting to host you and satisfy your demands. In Folgaria plateau, there are three areas like Lavarone, Costa and Fondo where there are natural slight runs. In Val di Siusi, as well, there are plenty natural slopes such in Bullaccia, Panorame, Isacro Monte Piz and several others.