Ski Holidays Passo Tonale
Ski holidays Passo Tonale

Ski Holidays in Passo Tonale

As one of Italy’s highest and most popular resorts, a Passo Tonale ski holiday is ideal for skiers and snowboarders of all ages all year round, thanks to the small yet friendly apres scene, reliable snowfall and sun-soaked low-gradient pistes. The purpose-built town has awe-inspiring views of the Alps and is ideally placed to offer high-altitude runs up to 1883 metres, while the traffic-free streets make the resort perfect for families.

Why Ski Here

  • Enticing apres-ski activities
  • High-altitude snow-sure resorts
  • Slopes to suit all skill levels

We currently aren’t showing any package holidays to Passo Tonale. However, our Passo Tonale tailor-made holidays are ideal for groups of 4 or more. You choose the flights; we arrange everything else. Call us on 020 8313 3999.

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Why Ski in Passo Tonale?

Passo Tonale is one of Italys highest now sure resorts which is a great place for beginners to learn but also has a wider range of intermediate slopes than you would imagine. The village itself is purpose built and this means that all of the hotels are within walking distance of one of the many lifts and the amenities. As it’s above the tree level the resort can look rather bleak at first but you have to weigh off the pros and cons and you will soon discover that the high, snow sure, uncrowded slopes will win you over.

There are a few bars that offer really good lively après ski partying in Passo Tonale straight after the slopes close, however it does get quieter later on in the evening as the majority of skiers retreat back to their accommodations for dinner. There are a couple of nightclubs to choose from but we found them to be quite quiet even in high season. If it’s a party town you are after then Passo won’t be for you.

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Passo Tonale Piste Map
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Expert Ratings

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Beginners skiing in Passo Tonale

Passo is a beginner’s paradise with lots of wide easy runs on high sunny slopes. The local ski schools come highly recommended.

Intermediates skiing in Passo Tonale

This resort has many cruising blue runs to choose from and even the reds and blacks are pretty easy too. We’d recommend taking the blue over to the Presana area where the slopes are even less crowded and the red runs truly do challenge you more than those in Passo Tonale. There are good mountain restaurants to be found with great prices.

Advanced skiing in Passo Tonale

This really isn’t the best resort for expert skiers although there are some good off piste runs from the glacier.

Skiing in Passo Tonale

There are plenty of high runs above the trees in the main part of Passo which are all linked with many good fast lifts and a few more steeper more challenging runs in the Presena area are situated on the other side of the pass reached by cable car. The prettier tree lined slopes and a little more challenging skiing to be found down in the Ponte di Legno area which is reached via an easy blue run and then a very easy black (more like a red run!) – or you can take the gondola there instead. We found no queues when we were there and that was at half term.

There’s a terrain park and beginners park which are both served by a good fast chair.

The local pass will keep most beginner and intermediates happy for a week however not to be missed on the area pass is a day trip to Madonna di Campiglio which is around a 40 min journey away.