Passo San Pellegrino

Passo San Pellegrino is a ski resort located in the Dolomites mountain range in northeastern Italy. It is situated in the province of Trento, and is a popular destination for winter sports enthusiasts from around the world. The resort features over 100km of ski runs, and is well-known for its picturesque scenery and excellent skiing conditions.

More information about Passo San Pellegrino:

Length and Difficulty of Pistes: Passo San Pellegrino has a total of 66 runs, which are suitable for skiers of all levels. The resort has 23 easy runs (marked blue), 37 intermediate runs (marked red), and 6 difficult runs (marked black). The ski runs are well-groomed and maintained, and offer a variety of skiing experiences, including wide open slopes, challenging descents, and stunning panoramic views.

Website link to ski area map: To view a map of the ski area at Passo San Pellegrino, please visit:

Hospitality on and off the pistes:

The resort offers a range of hospitality options both on and off the pistes. There are several restaurants and cafes located throughout the resort, serving a variety of local and international cuisine. In addition, there are several hotels, apartments, and chalets available for rent in the area, providing comfortable accommodation for visitors.

Directions by Car:

If you are traveling by car, take the A22 motorway and exit at Egna/Ora. Follow the signs for Val di Fiemme/Val di Fassa and continue on the SS48 road until you reach Moena. From there, follow the signs to Passo San Pellegrino, which is approximately 15km away.

Directions by Plane: The closest airports to Passo San Pellegrino are Venice Marco Polo Airport and Verona.