Spending a few days in Val di Sole is an Active Vacation, where staying still is impossible. Suggestions abound, 365 days per year, all you need to do is choose which experience will make your vacation unrepeatable.
During the coldest months, one of the largest ski areas in Europe awaits you, the Skirama Dolomiti Adamello Brenta... 290 km of downhill slopes, 115 ski lifts and a skiable surface of over one million square meters. An area that offers technical slopes for the most expert skiers along with easier slopes for those who wish to try this spectacular sport for the first time. The Marilleva Snowpark is the acrobatic arena for snowboard enthusiasts. The charm of night-time Nordic Skiing can only be found at Commezzadura while Vermiglio is a must stop for those who love cross country skiing. Breathtaking views await those who wish to venture out on the alpine ski routes of the Brenta and Cevedale Dolomites. Long snowshoe walks are the ideal method for discovering the unspoiled nature in the Stelvio National Park. But that's not all: ice skating, Sled dogging, climbing frozen waterfalls and much, much more.
Since 2008, Val di Sole is at the forefront of eco-sustainable tourism with the Daolasa-Val Mastellina ski lift which offers access to the ski slopes with direct connection between the Trento-Malè railway (Dolomite Express) and the Val Mastellina ski lifts.
A fully equipped bicycle path, long routes to follow on your bicycle, a stream of fresh, clear water where you can venture in canoe... this and much, much more is what summer is all about at Residenza Sissi-Room&Apartments in Almazzago. Outdoor activities help you rediscover your harmony with nature, and that is why everything is ready in Val di Sole to welcome you... Nordic Walking for a healthy walk even at lower altitudes, steep and exciting rafting descents along the Noce torrent and for those who enjoy riding along with others, the Val di Sole bicycle path. Trekking at high altitudes is very satisfying: leave early in the morning with your rucksack on your shoulder and follow the mountain paths that become steeper and steeper until you reach the highest peak; what a thrill! For those who are curious about alternative sports which put your courage to the test: downhill, canyoning, a ropes course, tarzaning, free climbing and quad excursions.