Based in the South Tryol region, on the Italian-Swiss border, Trentino-Alto Adige is one of the northernmost regions of Italy. Known for medieval castles such as Schloss Tirol, Reschensee on Lake Reschen, Castel Roncolo and Castel d'Appiano, the area is just as well-known for its culture as its skiing.
Bordering with the Alps and encompassing part of the Alps’ little cousin – The Dolomites - the region boasts diverse landscapes and truly unique views. Famous peaks include Val Gardena, Pragser Wildsee, Marmolada and Alta Badia.
Some of the most outstanding ski resorts in the area include Val Gardena, Madonna di Campiglio, Kronplatz and Latemar.
Apart from the skiing and the stunning castles, must-see parts of the region include the beautiful Lake Garda, and the cities of Bolzano, Merano and Trento. There’s also the famous winding path of Stelvio, on the Italian-Swiss border, which is the is the highest paved mountain pass in the Eastern Alps. It twists and turns down the mountain at an elevation of 2,757 m above sea level.
As you can see, Trentino-Alto Adige should not be overlooked when it comes to choosing your ski resort. There’s simply so much to do and see alongside the wonderful skiing to be experienced in this truly unique and breath-taking landscape.