Slopes not to miss

You’ll never get bored here: the extensive slopes of San Martino di Castrozza/Passo Rolle offer variety, with everything from steep slopes to flatter stretches you can glide along. Ideal snow conditions are guaranteed on 95 per cent of the slopes thanks to snowmaking – for a perfect skiing experience. Whether it’s your first time on the slopes or you’re an expert skier, you’ll have a fantastic time here.

Tognola UNO

One of the twelve most stunning slopes in the Dolomites! The Tognola UNO winds a three-kilometre path through the forests of Tognola. Once you have completed this, you can enjoy an impressive view of the magical backdrop of the snow-covered Pale as you continue downhill. The red slope has wide curves and the steep last section is especially good for experienced skiers. 



Stamina is required here: the Cristiania is very technically demanding — and long. Here you can enjoy alternating between steep slopes and fast flat stretches from the Cima Tognola peak to the Malga Valcigolera alpine hut. The Cristiania is where you should head on warmer days, as it is further north and always has brilliant snowy conditions! 

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Cima Tognola

Watch out, this slope is steep. On your way down the Cima Tognola to the next village, you’ll cover up to a kilometre in depth, heading on the red Tognola Tre slope. Another option: a stop and a rest at the Malga Tognola alpine hut. You’re guaranteed a breathtaking descent!




The many hills and width of this slope make it one of the most beautiful and exciting red slopes in the Dolomiti Superski area. The panorama and snow quality will impress you from the first descent in the morning until you slide off the slope at the end of the day.  The chairlift with protective dome lets you reach the piste particularly easily and comfortably!

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This magnificent yet challenging black piste is located at Passo Rolle. It stretches over 700 hm and its slopes, some of which are 45 degrees steep, put even skilled, experienced skiers to the test. It’s called Paradiso for good reason: the view of the spectacular surroundings place it among the ten best downhill slopes in Italy.

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