Passo Tonale Ski Resort Guide
- Acres of ski:-
- Terrain Parks:-
- X-Country:30 km
Sitting at the top of the Passo Tonale, this is another resort that offers year round riding thanks to glacier access (Presena). Passo Tonale is part of the Adamello ski area that includes the Presena glacier, Temù and Ponte di Legno. Passo Tonale is a good bet for some summer action as it is rarely busy but has good conditions. In winter it is also quiet mainly due to the lack of big tour operators. This means smaller lift queues and quiet slopes. The 80 km of pistes at Passo Tonale are spread over the ability range and should keep most people happy. Snowboarders will love the terrain, if only there was a park and pipe. Off the hill, Passo Tonale looks a bit bleak but it does cater for most budgets and tastes. Prices are reasonable but the choice of nightlife destinations is limited.
- Nearest Airport:Verona
- Nearest Train Station:Edolo - Male
- Tourist Office Phone:+39 0364 92066
- Tourist Office Website:www.passotonale.it
- Slopeside accommodation:yes
Latest Snow Reportview full snow report
- Issued:14 Dec
- Last Snowfall:27 November 2018
- Snow Depth (upper):230cm
- Snow Depth (lower):0cm
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Visitor Reviews of Passo Tonale
Ifat from Israel writes:
Visited site 28/2-7/3. Enjoyed it very much.
Safety: kids learned to ski and we felt 100% safe having slopes and lifts quite empty. Very easy and many blue slopes.
Snow was great. We had lots of it, but except one day when the sky was clear. When in fog can ski between trees.
Lifts are quite good the minute you learn how to "get up"; most of them have a bubble.
Lessons: the Italian guides are better, by far, than others we have met.
The site is quite small for good skiers. My advise is to pay an extra 30 Euro, in advance, to include Madonna di Campiglio site which is 1 hour away in the free ski bus.
To summarise, I recommend this resort. Have been to many ski resorts and for beginners this is maybe the best one. My husband claims this site is a bit small, but I don't mind.