With 5 ski resorts located
in Piancavallo, Forni di Sopra, Zoncolan, Tarvisio and Sella
Nevea; Friuli Venezia Giulia offers all levels of skiing.
Around 100 kms of ski slopes ranging from the easiest to
the most difficult (used for the European World Cup) which
are not only wide and well routed, but are uncrowded with
few queues. Almost all are served by the latest in artificial
snow technology ensuring guaranteed snow. The ski resorts
are well connected via a good network of roads and can be
reached either straight from motorways or, at the very most,
just 30 kms from motorway exits.
In addition there are
100 kms of cross-country trails winding through fairytale
sceneries; 3 ice rinks and countless possibilities for practicing
alternative sports such as sled dogging, ice-climbing, alpine
and off-piste skiing. Night time skiing is also very popular,
as is night time walking through the forest with snow shoes.
Great for kids
and beginners, Piancavallo is the favorite resort of the
young! An excellent team of qualified ski instructors is
on hand to teach young and old how to ski and have fun whilst
learning. Its wide, gently sloping runs, are perfect for
those who are just starting but also for the more advanced.
Younger beginners have a Baby ski-park and a 4,000 square
meter training-practice area.
di Sopra also offers a wide range of runs and ski schools
and is a paradise for families with children. Here, you’ll
find specifically marked routes for new skiers, snow tubing
for a change of pace and the longer routes on Monte Varmost
for advanced skiers. The resort provides a charming atmosphere
with the typical ‘’baite’’ (log
cabins) and their brightly colored window sills. It is considered
the romantic corner of the Dolomites.
will find fourteen exciting downhill runs, nine lifts, bright
and welcoming restaurants and bars, together with breathtaking
views, all combine to make this a most welcoming resort.
Do not forget to stop at the Enzo Moro refuge for a delicious
cake or a pastry.
is a small town in the midst of the Alps and an international
centre linking 3 bordering countries. If you hear the words
“Di Prampero” think of snow, excitement and
speed. This run is considered the queen run of the Western
Alps. 4 kms long (950 meters of slope) winding down the
peak of Monte Lussari and the area of Camporosso, it is
served by a quick cable car lift and carousel which connects
it to the other runs in the circuit such as Priesnig and
Sella Nevea is a permanent seat of the European
Cup competitions. Ski and nature are the two words that best
describe Sella Nevea. Here the runs weave through the impressive
wilderness of mountain tops such as the famous Canin peak.
Sella Nevea is also prime alpine ski territory, which can
be explored with expert alpine ski guides from the ski school.
Sella Nevea is ideal also for snowboarding, ice skating and
cross country skiing.