10 Ski destinations in the Italian Alps
Would you like to go skiing in the Italian Alps, maybe as a last minute trip and don't know where to go? This is the right guide! Whether you're a beginner or an experienced skier, you'll find great ideas here! If you want more extensive or tailored guides, feel free to reach out: IG ➜ @camwithus Email ➜  contact.cam.with.us@gmail.com
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In most of the Italian Alps, you can go skiing from early December to early April. Specifically, the high season in the mountains is from Christmas Eve until early March. Ski pass prices can depend on several factors such as the fame of the place and the number of slopes and services.

The following guide aims to propose 10 ski destinations divided into three price ranges and to your possible needs.

Why go to Italy and not elsewhere? There are several reasons. In terms of scenery, the Italian Alps are no match for the Swiss, French and Austrians. Here, in addition to the breathtaking views you can also enjoy great food and save considerably compared to other European destinations.

The following list is divided into three price ranges. Obviously skiing is an expensive activity whose costs should not be taken lightly, especially in the high season.

In the descriptions of the proposed places, you will also find the current cost of the daily ski pass in high season and the link that will take you to the current ski season rates.

Thanks for reading our guide! Feel free to make a small donation to support our work and to reach out for a face-to-face travel consulation, to help you planning a perfect vacation!

"LOW COST" Destinations

Pila
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Pila is the ideal ski resort if you want to reach it using. By train, one can easily reach the city of Aosta from which funiculars depart to reach the slopes. This is where my boyfriend taught me how to ski. Although it does not have many beginner slopes, it has numerous red runs, ideal for those who are not very comfortable but have put on skis before or for those who want to improve. The cost of a daily ski pass is €53. Accessible, especially for families with young children who have free admission if under 8 years old.
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Piani Di Bobbio (LC)
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Not far away from Milan, there is this small ski resort which is also the cheapest on the list. This destination is ideal for a short getaway from Milan or for learning to ski. In high season, the daily ski pass costs €44 and opens 17 ski slopes.
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Chiesa in Valmalenco
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This place has entered my heart. A little gem in the Italian Alps, both in winter and summer. This is where Nora first put skis on her feet. Suitable for beginners and short-term vacations. The daily skipass costs only €52!
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MIDDLE COST Destinations

Bormio
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The pearl of Valtellina. Here you can find numerous slopes. The lifts in Bormio reach over 3,000 meters of altitude with a vertical drop of 1,800 meters. Perfect for experienced skiers but also full of activities to entertain families and less experienced skiers as well. The daily ski pass costs only 56€! Don't miss the restaurant at 3,000 meters altitude and the spas, especially QC Terme Bagni Vecchi. Did you know that Bormio will be one of the ski resorts where the 2026 Winter Olympics will be held?
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Pinzolo
@camwithus
If you want to ski in the Dolomites but have wonderful but less crowded slopes, we recommend coming here! Pinzolo is a small town but has a lot to offer experienced skiers! Here you can find as many as 26km of slopes that will leave you speechless! The daily ski pass comes to cost €63.10, definitely competitive compared to the area in which it is located.
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HIGH COST Destinations

Courmayeur
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Close to the border with France is Courmayeur, a very famous destination. An equally luxurious alternative to Chamonix. Are you ready to ski with a view of Mont Blanc? Despite its fame, it has numerous blue runs, ideal even for beginners who nevertheless do not want to give up comfort. Prices start at €65 for a one-day ski pass, but you won't be disappointed! If you decide to go on a ski week there, you should definitely Sky High Mont Blanc, cableway to reach 3,466 meters to a wonderful vantage point over all the Alps.
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Cortina d'Ampezzo
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Cortina is one of the most famous and extensive ski resorts in Italy. Get lost among the slopes by day and the high-fashion stores by night. The ski resort boasts 11km of slopes that are also connected to other ski resorts that will allow you to take a wonderful winter tour of the Dolomites. Along with Bormio, Cortina will also host the 2026 Winter Olympics. Did you know that Cortina's slopes appeared in the James Bond film "For Your Eyes Only"? The price is quite high and reaches 74€ for a daily ski pass but you will not be disappointed!
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Madonna di Campiglio
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If you decide to come here, you will be amazed by the UNESCO World Heritage peaks of the Brenta Dolomites to the Adamello glaciers. We are located in the heart of the Brenta Dolomites. It is the largest ski resort in Trentino with more than 150km of slopes and over 100 runs. The cost of a daily ski pass is €76.60 but absolutely in line with all it has to offer!
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San Vigilio di Marebbe
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Moving instead to South Tyrol, we present San Virgilio, one of the entrances to the area's best-known and largest ski area, known as the Plan de Corones. Over 476 hectares of mountains dedicated to ski slopes, wonderful viewpoints, excellent top restaurants numerous amenities serving skiers and daily entertainment events. With 74€ for a daily ski pass, you can enjoy one of the best ski destinations in the Dolomites!
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Canazei
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In this small and quaint mountain village, you will find yourself a strategic location in the popular Sella Ronda ski circuit. Canazei is located in the heart of the stunning Val di Fassa and its 210km of linked slopes, ideal for those who want to spend their ski week, skiing much of the time. By paying €70 for a daily ski pass, you can ski in one of the world capitals of winter sports.
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SPECIAL GEM!

If you want to ski in the Dolomites for an extended period of time and not just for a weekend, or you want to cover numerous miles of slopes, the most convenient way to do so is through the purchase of the Dolomiti Superski Skipass!

With only 80€, you can access several to numerous ski resorts without having to pay multiple ski passes for each! Among the many ski resorts included are Cortina d'Ampezzo, Plan de Corones, Alta Badia, Val Gardena/Alpe di Siusi, Val di Fassa/Carezza, Arabba/Marmolada, 3 Cime di Lavaredo which is a UNESCO site and more!

I provide different packages, including family and multi-day vacations for maximum flexibility!

Do you want more?

We hope you enjoyed our introductory guide to the Italian Alps.

We will soon go more in-depth with our last ski weekend in Pila, where we will show our secret gems, favourite restaurants and hotels and much more!

Thank you again for reading this FREE guide! If you liked it, please feel free to support us by sharing our guide and with a voluntary donation through Thatch!

Interested in planning a more tailored-made ski week in Italy? No worries! We can take care of that too!

Contacts:

IG ➔ @cam.with.us

E-mail ➔ contact.cam.with.us@gmail.com

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Hi! We are a couple of engineers , Lorenzo and Nora, based in Milan. We have been fortunate enough to be able to travel to extraordinary places. Even if we were born in Italy 🇮🇹, we had the opportunity to experience different countries. In particular, Nora lived 6 months in northern Norway 🇳🇴(above the arctic circle), spent several summers in Morocco 🇲🇦 and is planning to move to Miami 🇺🇸soon while Lorenzo is an enthusiast skier and hiker, that visited many different places in Europe 🇪🇺 and lived in Mexico. 🇲🇽 We really love eating well, trekking, being active and exploring local cultures. Nora is a lover of cuisine, authentic and niche places, fashion, speakeasy 🍸 and slow-living. Lorenzo is a food lover, drone pilot and organizing new groups of people for his trekkings and wild trips. 🥾 As engineers, planning is a key aspect in our adventures. People always compliment us about our itineraries, hidden and gem spots and pushed us to share our knownledge. This is the reason why we decided, as an hobby, to open up IG and TikTok accounts (both @cam.with.us) and this account on Thatch to help people to organize their best experiences! Don't forget to download the free Thatch App to get easier access from your phone! Furthermore, don't forget to subscribe since we will create a new guide for every new destination we will visit! Save entire days of planning and research, we do it for you :)
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10 Ski destinations in the Italian Alps
Would you like to go skiing in the Italian Alps, maybe as a last minute trip and don't know where to go? This is the right guide! Whether you're a beginner or an experienced skier, you'll find great ideas here! If you want more extensive or tailored guides, feel free to reach out: IG ➜ @camwithus Email ➜  contact.cam.with.us@gmail.com
10 Places • 2 Saves • ago
Free

General Info

In most of the Italian Alps, you can go skiing from early December to early April. Specifically, the high season in the mountains is from Christmas Eve until early March. Ski pass prices can depend on several factors such as the fame of the place and the number of slopes and services.

The following guide aims to propose 10 ski destinations divided into three price ranges and to your possible needs.

Why go to Italy and not elsewhere? There are several reasons. In terms of scenery, the Italian Alps are no match for the Swiss, French and Austrians. Here, in addition to the breathtaking views you can also enjoy great food and save considerably compared to other European destinations.

The following list is divided into three price ranges. Obviously skiing is an expensive activity whose costs should not be taken lightly, especially in the high season.

In the descriptions of the proposed places, you will also find the current cost of the daily ski pass in high season and the link that will take you to the current ski season rates.

Thanks for reading our guide! Feel free to make a small donation to support our work and to reach out for a face-to-face travel consulation, to help you planning a perfect vacation!

"LOW COST" Destinations

Pila
@camwithus
Pila is the ideal ski resort if you want to reach it using. By train, one can easily reach the city of Aosta from which funiculars depart to reach the slopes. This is where my boyfriend taught me how to ski. Although it does not have many beginner slopes, it has numerous red runs, ideal for those who are not very comfortable but have put on skis before or for those who want to improve. The cost of a daily ski pass is €53. Accessible, especially for families with young children who have free admission if under 8 years old.
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Piani Di Bobbio (LC)
@camwithus
Not far away from Milan, there is this small ski resort which is also the cheapest on the list. This destination is ideal for a short getaway from Milan or for learning to ski. In high season, the daily ski pass costs €44 and opens 17 ski slopes.
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Chiesa in Valmalenco
@camwithus
This place has entered my heart. A little gem in the Italian Alps, both in winter and summer. This is where Nora first put skis on her feet. Suitable for beginners and short-term vacations. The daily skipass costs only €52!
Add to
Details

MIDDLE COST Destinations

Bormio
@camwithus
The pearl of Valtellina. Here you can find numerous slopes. The lifts in Bormio reach over 3,000 meters of altitude with a vertical drop of 1,800 meters. Perfect for experienced skiers but also full of activities to entertain families and less experienced skiers as well. The daily ski pass costs only 56€! Don't miss the restaurant at 3,000 meters altitude and the spas, especially QC Terme Bagni Vecchi. Did you know that Bormio will be one of the ski resorts where the 2026 Winter Olympics will be held?
Add to
Details
Pinzolo
@camwithus
If you want to ski in the Dolomites but have wonderful but less crowded slopes, we recommend coming here! Pinzolo is a small town but has a lot to offer experienced skiers! Here you can find as many as 26km of slopes that will leave you speechless! The daily ski pass comes to cost €63.10, definitely competitive compared to the area in which it is located.
Add to
Details

HIGH COST Destinations

Courmayeur
@camwithus
Close to the border with France is Courmayeur, a very famous destination. An equally luxurious alternative to Chamonix. Are you ready to ski with a view of Mont Blanc? Despite its fame, it has numerous blue runs, ideal even for beginners who nevertheless do not want to give up comfort. Prices start at €65 for a one-day ski pass, but you won't be disappointed! If you decide to go on a ski week there, you should definitely Sky High Mont Blanc, cableway to reach 3,466 meters to a wonderful vantage point over all the Alps.
Add to
Details
Cortina d'Ampezzo
@camwithus
Cortina is one of the most famous and extensive ski resorts in Italy. Get lost among the slopes by day and the high-fashion stores by night. The ski resort boasts 11km of slopes that are also connected to other ski resorts that will allow you to take a wonderful winter tour of the Dolomites. Along with Bormio, Cortina will also host the 2026 Winter Olympics. Did you know that Cortina's slopes appeared in the James Bond film "For Your Eyes Only"? The price is quite high and reaches 74€ for a daily ski pass but you will not be disappointed!
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Madonna di Campiglio
@camwithus
If you decide to come here, you will be amazed by the UNESCO World Heritage peaks of the Brenta Dolomites to the Adamello glaciers. We are located in the heart of the Brenta Dolomites. It is the largest ski resort in Trentino with more than 150km of slopes and over 100 runs. The cost of a daily ski pass is €76.60 but absolutely in line with all it has to offer!
Add to
Details
San Vigilio di Marebbe
@camwithus
Moving instead to South Tyrol, we present San Virgilio, one of the entrances to the area's best-known and largest ski area, known as the Plan de Corones. Over 476 hectares of mountains dedicated to ski slopes, wonderful viewpoints, excellent top restaurants numerous amenities serving skiers and daily entertainment events. With 74€ for a daily ski pass, you can enjoy one of the best ski destinations in the Dolomites!
Add to
Details
Canazei
@camwithus
In this small and quaint mountain village, you will find yourself a strategic location in the popular Sella Ronda ski circuit. Canazei is located in the heart of the stunning Val di Fassa and its 210km of linked slopes, ideal for those who want to spend their ski week, skiing much of the time. By paying €70 for a daily ski pass, you can ski in one of the world capitals of winter sports.
Add to
Details

SPECIAL GEM!

If you want to ski in the Dolomites for an extended period of time and not just for a weekend, or you want to cover numerous miles of slopes, the most convenient way to do so is through the purchase of the Dolomiti Superski Skipass!

With only 80€, you can access several to numerous ski resorts without having to pay multiple ski passes for each! Among the many ski resorts included are Cortina d'Ampezzo, Plan de Corones, Alta Badia, Val Gardena/Alpe di Siusi, Val di Fassa/Carezza, Arabba/Marmolada, 3 Cime di Lavaredo which is a UNESCO site and more!

I provide different packages, including family and multi-day vacations for maximum flexibility!

Do you want more?

We hope you enjoyed our introductory guide to the Italian Alps.

We will soon go more in-depth with our last ski weekend in Pila, where we will show our secret gems, favourite restaurants and hotels and much more!

Thank you again for reading this FREE guide! If you liked it, please feel free to support us by sharing our guide and with a voluntary donation through Thatch!

Interested in planning a more tailored-made ski week in Italy? No worries! We can take care of that too!

Contacts:

IG ➔ @cam.with.us

E-mail ➔ contact.cam.with.us@gmail.com

* * *
CURATED BY
Hi! We are a couple of engineers , Lorenzo and Nora, based in Milan. We have been fortunate enough to be able to travel to extraordinary places. Even if we were born in Italy 🇮🇹, we had the opportunity to experience different countries. In particular, Nora lived 6 months in northern Norway 🇳🇴(above the arctic circle), spent several summers in Morocco 🇲🇦 and is planning to move to Miami 🇺🇸soon while Lorenzo is an enthusiast skier and hiker, that visited many different places in Europe 🇪🇺 and lived in Mexico. 🇲🇽 We really love eating well, trekking, being active and exploring local cultures. Nora is a lover of cuisine, authentic and niche places, fashion, speakeasy 🍸 and slow-living. Lorenzo is a food lover, drone pilot and organizing new groups of people for his trekkings and wild trips. 🥾 As engineers, planning is a key aspect in our adventures. People always compliment us about our itineraries, hidden and gem spots and pushed us to share our knownledge. This is the reason why we decided, as an hobby, to open up IG and TikTok accounts (both @cam.with.us) and this account on Thatch to help people to organize their best experiences! Don't forget to download the free Thatch App to get easier access from your phone! Furthermore, don't forget to subscribe since we will create a new guide for every new destination we will visit! Save entire days of planning and research, we do it for you :)
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