Italy

Iconic, sunny Dolomites, delicious food and hundreds of kilometers of ski runs. But Italy is also the Aosta Valley and less known resorts in the Apennines.
The Sella Group (3151 m a.s.l.), Sella pass (2244 m a.s.l.) and Plan de Gralba (1800 m a.s.l.)
The Sella Group (3151 m a.s.l.), Sella pass (2244 m a.s.l.) and Plan de Gralba (1800 m a.s.l.)

Articles about winter sports in Italy

Tackling Italian driving. Guide
© 2018 Paweł Gabryelewicz
Journey9/28/2017Updated on: 9/27/2023
Tackling Italian driving. Guide
Italy is a destination for both winter and summer vacations. We try to make a car trip there less stressful and inconvenient.
Pandemic skiing
Public domain Mika Baumeister
COVID-1910/29/2020Updated on: 11/6/2020
Pandemic skiing
The autumn infection surge triggered a series of decisions aimed at limiting the spread of the disease. What do we know and what can we expect?
Monterosa and Zermatt-Cervinia - connection coming to fruition?
© 2019 Paweł Gabryelewicz
Resort developments4/11/2019
Monterosa and Zermatt-Cervinia - connection coming to fruition?
In a few years, will we be able to taste winter sports in the world's third largest combined ski region? Cervinia and Monterosa Ski are in talks.
Alpine Crossing: New link between Zermatt and Cervinia
© Zermatt Bergbahnen AG
Resort developments2/27/2019
Alpine Crossing: New link between Zermatt and Cervinia
Last year Zermatt celebrated the opening of the world's highest 3-S cable car after more than 3 years of construction. We already know it's not over, as another unique construction project is starting in April.
Monterosa Ski. The Italian Freeride Mecca
© 2018 Paweł Gabryelewicz
Resort reviews2/14/2018
Monterosa Ski. The Italian Freeride Mecca
We decided to check out the mecca of Italian freeride and the group of resorts united under the name of Monterosa Ski. Is it a place for everyone? Let's find out.
Winter season 2017/2018 just started! The list of opened resorts
© 2017 Paweł Gabryelewicz
First snow9/24/2017
Winter season 2017/2018 just started! The list of opened resorts
After a very hot summer in southern Europe this year, it got cold very quickly. Cold enough to let skiing resorts open their slopes. Therefore we check where you can go now to enjoy the first snow this season.
Marmolada, The Queen of Dolomites. Arabba resort review
© 2017 Paweł Gabryelewicz
Resort reviews9/21/2017
Marmolada, The Queen of Dolomites. Arabba resort review
Befitting their UNESCO World Heritage Site status, the Dolomites are one of the most beautiful mountain ranges in Europe. Of historical importance to the Italians, more recently they have become a mecca for winter sports fans. The Dolomiti Superski area is popular with skiers from all over the world. In this article we will focus on the topmost parts of the region.
SnowSpot reviews: Zermatt-Cervinia
© 2017 Paweł Gabryelewicz
Resort reviews9/17/2017
SnowSpot reviews: Zermatt-Cervinia
As the highest situated resort in Europe, Zermatt-Breuil-Cervinia-Valtournenche is, on paper, quite the attraction for the ski enthusiast. The lifts on the Plateau Rosa glacier are open nearly year-round, and the thickness of snow cover rarely dips below a meter. Still, it remains an unpopular choice among skiers, and so we set out to find why.
Avalanche in Italian Alps
CC-BY-SA 3.0 Scientif38
Accidents3/3/2017
Avalanche in Italian Alps
Two avalanches swept down in Italy's Aosta Valley yesterday. Three people were killed.
More than freeride. Heliskiing!
Licencja FreeImages.com Dirk Terpstra
Trivia1/11/2016
More than freeride. Heliskiing!
Freeride? Sure. But what if one was to trade a mundane gondola for... a helicopter?

Resorts in Italy

Abetone-Val di Luce
1,892 m a.s.l.
1,240 m a.s.l.
812.3
© 2018 Paweł Gabryelewicz
Abetone-Val di Luce22
Alpe Cimbra
1,850 m a.s.l.
1,210 m a.s.l.
8.812.9
© Arturo Cuel / Trentino Sviluppo S.p.A
Alpe Cimbra
Skirama Dolomiti
Alta Badia
2,550 m a.s.l.
1,324 m a.s.l.
9.117
© 2017 Paweł Gabryelewicz
Alta Badia6
Dolomiti Superski
Arabba-Marmolada
3,269 m a.s.l.
1,446 m a.s.l.
4.416.2
© 2017 Paweł Gabryelewicz
Arabba-Marmolada20
Dolomiti Superski
Artesina-Mondolè Ski
2,085 m a.s.l.
894 m a.s.l.
6.314
CC BY 4.0 Mizardellorsa
Artesina-Mondolè Ski
Bardonecchia
2,694 m a.s.l.
1,312 m a.s.l.
5.314.3
Licencja FreeImages.com gciardo
Bardonecchia
Bormio
3,012 m a.s.l.
1,225 m a.s.l.
0.111.7
CC0 Dispe
Bormio
Cervinia
3,899 m a.s.l.
1,524 m a.s.l.
-3.412
© 2019 Paweł Gabryelewicz
Cervinia28
Zermatt-Cervinia
Cimone
1,976 m a.s.l.
1,280 m a.s.l.
7.512
© 2017 Paweł Gabryelewicz
Cimone21
Cortina d'Ampezzo
2,950 m a.s.l.
1,224 m a.s.l.
5.416.6
Unsplash License Fabrizio Lunardi
Cortina d'Ampezzo
Dolomiti Superski
Gitschberg Jochtal - Brixen
2,512 m a.s.l.
1,067 m a.s.l.
9.318.7
Unsplash License Reise Schein
Gitschberg Jochtal - Brixen
Dolomiti Superski
Kronplatz-Plan de Corones
2,275 m a.s.l.
958 m a.s.l.
10.919.4
CC BY-SA 3.0 Chroustik2
Kronplatz-Plan de Corones
Dolomiti Superski
La Thuile
2,641 m a.s.l.
1,441 m a.s.l.
2.310.1
Unsplash License Karel Vh
La Thuile
Espace San Bernardo
Livigno
2,797 m a.s.l.
1,816 m a.s.l.
1.57.9
Unsplash License Max Kukurudziak
Livigno
Madonna di Campiglio
2,504 m a.s.l.
1,524 m a.s.l.
3.59.9
© 2019 Paweł Gabryelewicz
Madonna di Campiglio72
Skirama Dolomiti
Monterosa Ski
3,275 m a.s.l.
1,212 m a.s.l.
-2.111.3
© 2018 Paweł Gabryelewicz
Monterosa Ski63
Paganella
2,125 m a.s.l.
1,000 m a.s.l.
714.3
CC BY-SA 3.0 Matteo Ianeselli
Paganella3
Skirama Dolomiti
Pejo 3000
3,000 m a.s.l.
1,160 m a.s.l.
1.313.3
© Giampaolo Calzà / Trentino Sviluppo S.p.A
Pejo 3000
Skirama Dolomiti
Ponte di Legno-Tonale Adamello Ski
3,069 m a.s.l.
1,121 m a.s.l.
0.913.5
Unsplash License Frederick Wallace
Ponte di Legno-Tonale Adamello Ski
Skirama Dolomiti
Ski Civetta
2,100 m a.s.l.
1,000 m a.s.l.
1219.1
Unsplash License Jasmina Rojko
Ski Civetta
Dolomiti Superski
Val di Fassa / Carezza
2,518 m a.s.l.
1,320 m a.s.l.
4.912.6
© 2019 Paweł Gabryelewicz
Val di Fassa / Carezza80
Dolomiti Superski
Val di Fiemme / Obereggen
2,500 m a.s.l.
1,000 m a.s.l.
4.614.3
© 2017 Paweł Gabryelewicz
Val di Fiemme / Obereggen13
Dolomiti Superski
Val Gardena / Seiser Alm-Alpe di Siusi
2,657 m a.s.l.
1,004 m a.s.l.
8.419.1
© 2019 Paweł Gabryelewicz
Val Gardena / Seiser Alm-Alpe di Siusi17
Dolomiti Superski
Vialattea
2,789 m a.s.l.
1,372 m a.s.l.
4.713.9
CC BY-SA 4.0 Smt42
Vialattea