Passo Tonale Ski Resort
Don't be fooled by Passo Tonale's first impression. The linear resort isn't the most charming to look at – it was primarily developed for skiing not beauty – and the setting can feel a little barren, but it offers an impressive combination of quiet snow-sure slopes and excellent value.
The resort's high vantage point also means it serves up some great views which make up for the uninspiring centre. It's particularly brilliant for beginners and especially cheap for families. Mixed-ability families and groups can enjoy lunch together in one of the blue-run mountain restaurants and those that love a spot of après ski won't be disappointed with bars like El Bait offering free après snacks and a variety of places to party. A link to the tree-lined runs of Ponte di Legno ramps up the charm and ski difficulty setting, although this isn't really a resort for experts.
Did You Know?
One of Italy's lesser known resorts but very popular with British skiers. The Presena Glacier above the resort makes it one of the most snowsure in Europe.
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