The winter seasons of the Tonale Pass, Folgarida-Marilleva and Pejo offer a full 380 km of slopes that range from all levels of difficulty, thus offering one of the most complete skiing opportunities in the Alps.
In addition to being the most extended ski are of western Trentino, many of our mountains are a playground for skiers and hikers looking for solitude and contact with uncontaminated nature; on the other side there is also plenty for the those looking post-ski experiences and nightlife, an 360 degree tourist offer.
Our valley offers much more than just skiing, the magic of its snow-capped peaks offers various possibilities among which we will point out: snowmobile trips to lodges, cross country tracks that penetrate the woods of fir trees, the wonderful routes for snowshoes in the winter and Nordic Walking in the summer...
Nature lovers will interested to hear that more than a third of the Val di Sol territory is part of two of Italy's most beautiful and characteristic national parks, that of Stelvio which is the most extended protected area in the Alps and that of the Adamello Brenta, less extensive than the former but no less prized, it is also known for being the only alpine area where the bear has survived. The Adamello Brenta Park also contains the Dolomites of Brenta, recently named as a world heritage site by UNESCO.
In is from the mountain peaks of these parks that the River Noce descends, every year a destination of thousands of fans of water sports such as rafting, kayaking and hydrospeeding.
More than 100 lakes are present in the territory, the majority of which are to be found int the Orles-Cevedale Mountains, between the valleys of Pejo and Rabbi, in charming and unique landscapes.
The Val di Sole with its establishments in Pejo and Rabbi, also gives the opportunity to visit thermal baths, are waters are particularly rich of minerals.