Ponte di Legno


Pontedilegno-Tonale, is located in the Sole Valley (Val di Sole), spanning the Trentino-Alto Adige (Trentino-Südtirol) regions of Italy. This ski destination offers a total of 100 kilometers of slopes for skiing and snowboarding, with 30 lifts available to transport guests. The winter sports area of Pontedilegno-Tonale extends between elevations ranging from 1,121 to 3,000 meters. Nestled between the Trentino and Lombardy regions, this ski resort connects the charming villages of Temù and Ponte di Legno in the Valcamonica region, all the way to the Presena Glacier via Passo Tonale. Formerly known as Adamello Ski, the resort boasts majestic peaks such as Cima Presena (3,069 m), Cima Cadì (2,606 m), and Monte Tonale (2,694 m) that loom over the picturesque ski slopes. Whether you're a fan of forested runs or glacier descents, this ski resort has something to offer for every preference.

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How to get to Ponte di Legno?

Traveling to Ponte di Legno can be done by air, car, train, or shuttle services. The nearest major airports are Orio al Serio International Airport in Bergamo and Verona Villafranca Airport. From these airports, it’s a 2.5 to 3-hour drive from Orio al Serio or a 3 to 3.5-hour drive from Verona Villafranca to reach Ponte di Legno.

Alternatively, you can take a train from major cities like Milan to the nearest train station, Edolo, and then catch a bus to Ponte di Legno. Some ski resorts may also offer shuttle services from nearby airports. Find out more

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