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Passo Tonale Introduction

As one of Italy’s highest ski resorts, at an altitude of almost nineteen hundred metres, Passo Tonale has good snow cover throughout the season. The resort lies in a wide valley on the pass between Lombardy and Trentino and enjoys many hours of sunshine. Although there are a few demanding black runs, Passo Tonale’s pistes are ideal for beginners and intermediate skiers. The suitability of the slopes, together with comparatively low prices, brings many families and school groups to the resort. Passo Tonale has one hundred kilometres of pistes with the highest lift at three thousand metres. Ski schools provide excellent ski tuition from the age of four and board tuition from the age of eight. There are limited childcare facilities. The scenery around Passo Tonale is spectacular, but the resort itself is not the most attractive. Its hotels and apartments provide accommodation to suit most budgets and its restaurants serve a diverse cuisine catering for most tastes and pockets. Its bars and pubs provide relaxing evening venues.

Why Go To Passo Tonale?

A Passo Tonale ski holiday offers an almost cast-iron guarantee of good snow conditions throughout the season, wide open sunny slopes and good value for money. Accommodation is comfortable, restaurants cater for all tastes and après ski is relaxed.

A Passo Tonale ski holiday is particularly popular with novice and intermediate skiers as the majority of slopes accommodate their level of ability. Families and parties of school children are attracted, not only by the terrain but because the holiday is good value for money.

When To Go To Passo Tonale

The Passo Tonale ski season lasts from the beginning of December until the first week of April.

Passo Tonale - The Place

Passo Tonale, in the Dolomites, is a high altitude resort that enjoys a long ski season and offers one hundred kilometres of pisted slopes. Passo Tonale is a great choice for beginners and intermediate skiers as eighty-seven percent of the slopes accommodate those levels of ability. Many of the nursery slopes are near the village and with the help of expert instructors novices will soon be confidently moving on to the wide blues and the easier reds further up the mountain. Intermediate skiers can enjoy long runs with stunning scenery on both sides of the valley. The more tasking runs are found on the north side of the valley. Having said that the resort is mainly suited to intermediate level and below, there are some demanding black runs particularly near the Paradiso cable car. Snow boarders can find exciting terrain and there is a snow park and a half pipe.

Passo Tonale has a good range of accommodation to suit most budgets with some hotels and apartments having door step skiing. Restaurants generally serve simple but satisfying food that is fairly inexpensive.

A Passo Tonale ski holiday is considered to be very good value for money and with pistes that are rarely crowded, it is ideal for families and those wishing to gain more confidence on the slopes.

Passo Tonale Nightlife

Although there are a number of lively venues with discos, Passo Tonale nightlife remains relaxed. The larger hotels provide evening entertainment.

Passo Tonale Shopping

Passo Tonale has limited shopping with grocery shops supplying holiday essentials and sports’ stores with equipment and clothing for sale or for hire.

Passo Tonale Eating

Passo Tonale has several restaurants serving a variety of cuisine at reasonable prices with pizzerias and fast food options. Pasta and pizza feature prominently on menus and rarely disappoint, especially when accompanied by a good Italian red.