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Ortler Alps: size of the ski resorts

Ski resorts with the best ski resort size in the Ortler Alps.


6 test reports

Best rating:
4 out of 5 stars

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Best ski resort size in the Ortler Alps

1-6 out of 6 ski resorts

Test result: 4 out of 5 stars

The ski resort of Pontedilegno-Tonale extends from Temù across Ponte di Legno up to Passo Tonale... more


Slopes 100 km
Elevation difference 1879 m (Base 1121 m - Mountain 3000 m)
Ski lifts
  • 28

Test result: 3 out of 5 stars

Pejo is a medium-sized ski resort in Trentino (Trento). It extends from the Cima Vioz to the Pejo... more


Slopes 20 km
Elevation difference 1600 m (Base 1400 m - Mountain 3000 m)
Ski lifts
  • 7

Test result: 3 out of 5 stars

The Schwemmalm is a medium-sized ski resort in South Tyrol. It stretches from the Breiteben base... more


Slopes 20.5 km
Ski routes 5 km
Elevation difference 1120 m (Base 1505 m - Mountain 2625 m)
Ski lifts
  • 6

Test result: 3 out of 5 stars

The ski resort stretches across three mountainsides surrounding the small village of Sulden am... more


Slopes 44 km
Elevation difference 1350 m (Base 1900 m - Mountain 3250 m)
Ski lifts
  • 10

Test result: 2 out of 5 stars

Monte San Vigilio is the car-free, home mountain of Lana. It is a small, idyllic and nostalgic ski... more


Slopes 3.4 km
Elevation difference 328 m (Base 1486 m - Mountain 1814 m)
Ski lifts
  • 4

Test result: 2 out of 5 stars

The ski resort is one of the smaller ski resorts in Italy. The slopes are spread out between the... more


Slopes 9 km
Ski routes 1 km
Elevation difference 690 m (Base 2760 m - Mountain 3450 m)
Ski lifts
  • 6
1-6 out of 6 ski resorts