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San Martino di Castrozza

In San Martino di Castrozza you feel like you can touch the mountains with a finger, and nature perfectly blends with the small alpine centre, for a high altitude holiday (1450 meters above sea level) with all the comforts and conveniences of a mountain summer and winter capital. The surrounding mountains are Cimon della Pala, Rosetta, Cusiglio, Pala di San Martino, Cime di Val di Roda, Sass Maor, Madonna; to the south, you can admire the Vette Feltrine chain and, if you take a full turn, the Lagorai Range offers Alpe Tognola and the Colbricon and Cavallazza peaks. Visitors do not have to worry about travelling long distance and ski lifts are easily reachable on foot.

Passo Rolle

Passo Rolle, 1980 metres above sea level, connects San Martino di Castrozza with the other valleys in the Dolomites. This mountain pass is home to a small cluster of houses with a few hotels, restaurants, bars and shops at the foot of the magnificent amphitheatre of the Pale di San Martino, the south-western door to the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The area, dominated by the unmistakable outline of Cimon della Pala (3.186 m), is an excellent starting point to set off on walks, hikes and mountain bike outings. 
 

Fiera di Primiero

Between 700 and 1000 metres above sea level, the Vanoi area keeps the charm of the most authentic and unspoilt mountain landscapes, marked by large woods, meadows, lakes, torrents and small mountain villages. It is linked to the Primiero valley with a convenient tunnel or a panoramic road leading up to Passo Gobbera. The valley has an area of 125 sq.km and has about 1600 inhabitants. The valley’s administrative centre is Canal San Bovo but there are also numerous other localities to discover: Prade, Cicona, Zortea, Passo Gobbera, Ronco and Caoria. 

Imer

At 670 metres above sea level, Imèr has about 1200 inhabitants and was a borderland between the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the Kingdom of Italy until the end of the First World War. Every year, Imèr is host to the Festa del Canederlo, a food fair that celebrates this typical Trentino dumpling presenting it in all its different versions. Among the historic buildings worth visiting, there is the small church of San Silvestro, dating from the thirteenth century and visited by pilgrims on 31 December and 1 May every year.

Sagrón Mis

At 640 metres above sea level, Mezzano has about 1600 inhabitants and is listed as one of the "Borghi più belli d’Italia" (Most Beautiful Villages in Italy). The village is marked by its rural feel, which has remained unchanged over time, by the mostly religious inscriptions and numerous paintings that can be observed on the house façades throughout the village and by the countless vegetable gardens, about 400, that represent the green heart of Mezzano. Enchanting attractions can be visited not far from Mezzano, such as the small church of San Giovanni, located at 1175 metres altitude near Prati Lièndri, accessible with a one-hour walk up the tarmac road that sets off from the town centre.

 

Siror

At 765 metres above sea level, Siror and its hamlets of Nolesca, San Martino di Castrozza and Passo Rolle, is the northernmost municipality of the Valle di Primiero and is home to about 1200 inhabitants. Large polygonal stone fountains and rural frescoes decorating the façades mark its town centre hosting the renowned and picturesque Christmas Market every year. The magnificent views and natural hospitality of its inhabitants compare Siror to Schönberg, the small gem of a town in Stubaital with which it is twinned. Among the historic buildings worth visiting, there is the parish church of Sant’Andrea, built in the XIV century and restored in 1720, and the old Town Hall with sixteenth-century frescoes.
 

Tonadico

At 760 metres above sea level, the town of Tonadico has about 1500 inhabitants and is considered the oldest town in the Primiero valley. Nestled at the foot of the Castel Pietra ruins, this hamlet used to be the administrative centre of the valley. The town is known for the frescoed sacred images and mural paintings adorning the façades of the houses and dating from different periods. Among the numerous historic buildings worth visiting, there are the small Church of San Vittore, built in the XI century on a hill overlooking Tonadico, and Palazzo Scopoli, built around 1000 AC and housing the Town Hall after its refurbishment in 2003.

 

Transacqua

At 746 metres above sea level, Transacqua, with its nearly 2100 inhabitants, is the largest town in the Primiero area. The town and its two hamlets of Pieve and Ormanico enjoy a beautiful panoramic view over the surrounding mountains. Among its many important features, its carefully tended green spaces and pleasant and well-designed town centre have earned Transacqua the international "Comune Fiorito" (Town in Bloom) award. In the 15th century, Transacqua was an important mining centre with about 500 mining shafts producing silver, copper and silver-bearing lead.

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Authentic slopes for authentic skiers!

Tognola Uno, Rekord, Paradiso: the ski resort San Martino di Castrozza – Passo Rolle offers you the most beautiful and technical slopes through the whole carousel, dedicated to the skiers who wish to truly enjoy the pleasure of an unforgettable skiing.  18 “red” level and 2 “black” level ski slopes are waiting for you at the mount Tognola’s peak, in the ski areas of Ces, Colverde and Passo Rolle.  

Discover the “Carosello delle Malghe”

Flavour your amazing ski-day with appetizing, characteristic alpine dishes admiring the astonishing spectacle that the Dolomites range offers to you.  

Do you love to enjoy a gourmand meal along with an exciting skiing experience? Then we have the right answer for you! 8 restaurants through on the 45 kms of slopes: stunning views, the best slopes and the tastiest local products are waiting for you for a memorable day on the Malghe Carousel in the ski area San Martino di Castrozza – Passo Rolle.

Fun & Action

The San Martino di Castrozza – Passo Rolle ski resort is a must for those of you who want to have fun!
Freestyle and snowboarding in the Snow Parks of Tognola and Passo Rolle. Boost your adrenaline, free riding a powdery vertical slope and practicing one of the coolest sports of all the Dolomites! But we haven’t finished yet! At the end of the day the amusement continues, you can find it for sure in the numerous Après Skis at the end of the ski slopes: have a drink with your friends with good music till late at night.

Skiing in the presence of the most extended Dolomitic range:

The feeling of skiing facing a marvellous landscape, admiring an unique scenario, with the advantage of skiing in the ski area San Martino di Castrozza – Passo Rolle in the heart of the Pale di San Martino – Paneveggio natural park: the perfect frame for all the slopes offered by our ski area: from the more technical to the easier ones for the beginners: we are engaged in granting you an extraordinary experience on our slopes, for an unforgettable and exclusive vacation on the snow, skies on your feet.

Family Friendly

Learning areas, more technical slopes for the most skilled, plenty of activities for all ages, and a full immersion in the nature for a magical holiday perfectly tailored for the whole family. Collect some unforgettable memories in the company of the ones you love the most with the background of the Dolomites, on the ski slopes, walking into the wild or by benefitting our accomodations. We are waiting for you!

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Super Première

The magic formula to start the season is 4 = 3. Get a free day's holiday for stays over 4 days (8 days for the price of 6) between 30th November and 21st December 2019.

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Super Sun

Sun skiing with a free day's skiing: pay for 6 days' accommodation, stay for 7

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Can’t-miss attractions at the San Martino di Castrozza/Rolle Pass ski resort

What do a carousel, slow food and sustainability have in common? Find out for yourself – and discover the many can’t-miss attractions that make the Trentine ski region of San Martino di Castrozza/Rolle Pass unique



 

Skier downhill

Ski Carousel

5 ski sections all connected among them or provided with an easy access whom encompasses 60 km of ski slopes: from the easiest ones to the more technical ones with a higher inclination dedicated to the more expert skiers.  21 are the ski lifts that will lead you on the top of the mountains where the ski slopes start, 2 SnowParks and an enlightened slope that you can enjoy for your night-time rides.

“Slow ski” and more

The offers for the relax lovers are even more: you can experience the “Carosello delle Malghe” lovely skiing between the Malghe (literally old shepherd’s huts revisited and transformed in restaurants) and Rifugi (high-altitude shelters) where you can taste the local products at their best quality. Meanwhile you will obviously enjoy the astonishing view of the Pale di San Martino: a UNESCO world heritage site. But your adventure won’t stop on the slopes outlines: you can also enjoy many off border experiences: snow shoeing, guided tours and ice climbing are just a few of them!
 

Nature as a way of life

All the ski lifts in the San Martino di Castrozze – Passo Rolle area are sustained by 100% renewable energy: they follow the philosophy of the “Green Way Primiero” a sustainable, “green” way of living dear to all the community of San Martino di Castrozza and the Vanoi valley: a choice that we took to promote a territory at the top of the environmental excellence.

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