Situated on the border between Lombardy and Trentino Alto Adige and surrounded by the Adamello - Presanella and Ortles Cevedale and Brenta groups, Passo del Tonale is a wide, panoramic, natural amphitheatre lying between 1,884 and 3,100 metres above sea level.
Winter tourist resort par excellence, Passo Tonale with the Presena Glacier has always been able to guarantee a long snow season.
The whole pass catches the sun and with beginners slopes it is ideal for learning to ski - not to mention runs for the more expert.
From the mythical 3 km long “black” Paradiso with a vertical drop of 710 metres, to the 4,500 m long picturesque Alpino with a 725 metre vertical drop.
Make absolutely sure you don’t miss the Presena-Tonale-Pontedilegno “express”: 11 km of pistes with a 1,740 metre vertical drop to be skied down in one go!
In summer, it is the perfect base for walks, mountaineering and mountain biking along the Adamello Bike Arena routes.
The Paradiso gondola which goes up to the glacier is also open during the summer months for mountaineers and anyone who wants to have a day out at high altitude