Passo del Tonale Ski Resort

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Passo del Tonale Ski Resort

Passo del Tonale Ski Resort
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smallworldlondon
London20 contributions
Ski trip with young children
Mar 2020 • Family
We came with crystal ski and skied while children had lessons in the morning. Great for beginners, intermediates and lovely for children to learn with wonderful Italian instructors who are lovely and kind to small children
Written 15 March 2020
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spiron1234
Oxford, UK38 contributions
Poor
Jan 2020
Not a resort I would return to. Ok for off piste skiers but not good on piste. No character to the town and poor ski school instruction and attitude. I have been skiing for over 40 years but this is one to avoid
Written 10 March 2020
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Gian Trucchi
Sanremo, Italy3 contributions
Mountains
Feb 2020 • Couples
Great place for skiing holidays a place not to miss fantastic panorama,good food and the slopes are perfect for everyone.
Written 2 March 2020
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cj3t
Wrexham, UK153 contributions
Nice skiing, better than expected
Feb 2020 • Family
This place exceeded my expectations; the children (ages 8, 7, 4) enjoyed the skiing, there are plenty of appropriate pistes - by this I mean blues and reds. In France I would say reds are no good for this age range, but the reds here are more like French blues. Fairly good linking of pistes, but in some cases you need to know the right lift to take for a traverse to the other side, or to where you want to go. Otherwise, it would be a trudge on foot, which is never good with or without children. The South side of the valley offers pistes with nice views (I'd say the reds here are more like French reds however) but a bit of a pain due to gondola access, i.e. taking skis off and getting in a scrum for a lift. Our favourite runs for flow, views and general enjoyment was the blue Valbiolo and the reds at the top of it. A nice restaurant there for coffee or lunch and stunning views. The town is a little sparse, but has most things you would need: ski hire, restaurants, bars, supermarket, shops, etc. All in all I would recommend it here for children, probably not for couples who are expert skiers though. My one main complaint is the necessity to 'know' how to get from one end of the resort to the other, rather than being able to work it out from the piste map. You could get caught out and have an annoying trudge on foot. Oh and the lengthy transfer from Verona Airport - not too keen on that either. That said, I would return here and know people that do return each year.
Written 1 March 2020
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kizzyjenny
llanelli77 contributions
February ski week
Feb 2020 • Friends
Three areas to ski in here. Passo Tonnale itself is mainly blue and red run. The opposite mountain has reds and blacks but the lifts above the glacier were closed during high winds so check before you go up. Then the option to ski down to Ponte de Ligno, where there are loads of red runs and a few black. The three areas connect up will with gondolas
Written 23 February 2020
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Cesci W
179 contributions
Perfect resort
Feb 2020 • Family
Great hotels & restaurants, friendly ski hire, shops, bars, excellent ski school in a quite family resort with fantastic pistes and plenty of runs to keep discovering day after day. My absolute favourite ski resort
Written 21 February 2020
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daveburgess1
Norwich, UK47 contributions
Fantastic all round resort
Feb 2020
We are beginners/intermediates and it was excellent, lots of blue runs, we made friends with other guys who were high intermediate/expert skiers and they were all more than catered for with lots of Red and a few black runs. At times the lifts are busy, so at weekends, first thing in the morning and after lunch which is to be expected really.
Town is pretty quiet and not very vibrant in the evenings for some reason, no idea where everyone goes. If you want a buzzing apre ski resort got to Sauze - it's fantastic.
We had a great time here and would not hesitate to return.
Written 17 February 2020
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Stu
United Kingdom2 contributions
Great family skiing
Feb 2020 • Family
We loved our week skiing here with our two children, 8 and 5. Snow conditions weren't amazing for our stay, but there was plenty of variety for my wife and I who were a bit rusty after a few years break from skiing. As absolute beginners we had the kids in ski school in the mornings and were able to ski as a family in the afternoon. There were loads of nice blues for them to progress on and a couple lovely long blues to provide a bit of a mountain adventure for them. The resort is beautiful, stunning scenery and lovely refuges for those essential hot chocolate/Bombardino stops! We went the week before UK half term and only had one long lift queue. We would definitely return.
Written 17 February 2020
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TR878
York27 contributions
Beautiful resort
Feb 2020 • Family
We visited a family of beginner - intermediate skiers. The scenery is stunning and there is a great mix of blue, red and black runs.

As the most timid skier of our group I really enjoyed the blue runs. 34 is the longest and takes in some gorgeous views. There was a good range of blue and easy red slopes to build my confidence.

Some of the reds are more challenging which was good for the rest of the group and my husband enjoyed trying the blacks.

We loved the chance to ski the glacier.

Overall it was busier than we expected, having visited out of school holidays but still a fairly quiet resort in the scheme of things. Queues for the lifts never took more than a couple of minutes.

The only trouble was that the volume of snowboarders left the slopes quite carved up so that by midday and beyond, even gentle slopes was a bit like doing the moguls. I suppose it built skill! Shame they couldn’t groom during the day to keep it pristine.

Food options are as expected (burger, hot dog, bland pasta) but no worse than anywhere.

We hired skis from Maestri. Price ok but the intermediate quality were actually a step down in quality from basic stuff we’d had elsewhere. Not sure when they’d last been waxed...

There are two life pass options - local does Tonale and Legano. The area also lets you ski at Madonna. We were excited about that day away but the reality was very disappointing. Would stick to the local slopes if we returned in the future - and I think we will.
Written 12 February 2020
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Tomas O
Senec, Slovakia244 contributions
The best ski resort we have ever skied
Feb 2020
Very nice ski resort, the best I have ever skied. There are a lot of slopes with different levels suitable either for beginners or best skiers. You can rent ski school also. Slopes are every day perfectly prepared. There is a big parking in Ponte di Legno next to main lift station. Very nice weather, a lot of buffets. Lift staff is always ready to help to all.
Written 11 February 2020
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