The facilities at the Presolana - Monte Pora – Colere district offer more than 50 km of tracks, suitable for all levels of skiers: Colere for off-piste lovers, Monte Pora for skiers of medium and high level and Passo della Presolana for beginners and children. Chalets and alpine huts to enjoy traditional cuisine and snow guaranteed through the artificial snow machines. The six ski schools in the area offer ski week, individual and group courses for children and adults.
A very special Norwegian skiing technique that dates back to the beginning of nineteenth century. Our talented ski instructors are very good at teaching Telemark and they rent equipment for this sport. Particularly suitable for those who have a good sports training.
At Schilpario there is the track approved for competition at international level with a circuit of 10 km. The cross-country ski trails passes through the beautiful pine forest that surrounds Schilpario, in a woodland setting full of typical wooden bridges that cross the river Dezzo. The circuit is suitable for both a competitive and recreational approach. The total altitude gap is 350 meters.
By using sealskins made in modern high-teck fiber you can go through the panoramic tracks in Presolana and in Colere and discover the beautiful trails of Scanapà. One of the most loved destination is the "wall of Visolo" which is part of the dolomitic massif of Presolana (2,521 mt.). Going with alpine skis, you can enjoy breathtaking views. *** app for touring trails.
Castione Presolana has two snow parks for those who love this sport, one in Colere and one at Monte Pora. Equipped with artificial jumps, trampolines, barriers and tracks, they offer the many snowboarders the opportunity to have fun in safety.
At the hut "Pian Palu" on Monte Pora (1,600 meters) you can rent snowmobiles (two-seater) for a short route of 1.5 km or a long route of more than 30 km for an excursion of about 1 hour. It is also possible to use the taxi service to the mountain huts for lunch or for a walk high up in the mountains as well as for night excursions to enjoy an unforgettable experience.
Bobsled and luge
There are many areas for bobsleds and luges, where children and adults can have fun safely. They are well-finished areas for great fun. You can hire bobsleds (one and two-seater), wooden luges and protective helmets. It is also possible to use a ski lift for bobsleds at Pian del Termen and at Passo della Presolana. At Pian del Termen you can also rent deck chairs for a day in the sun for moms and dads.
You can enjoy this fascinating and particular activity that involves off-piste skiing and free ride using the helicopter for the ascent on the slopes of "Corzene". There is a transfer by car to the meeting point at Passo della Presolana (landing field for helicopters), transfer by helicopter to the top of Corzene and descent with a qualified guide. *** app for routes for heliskiing.
The walks with snowshoes are very practiced in our area. There are many opportunities to enjoy the forests of the Orobic Alps. This sport activity has a high aerobic impact and it is practiced in the peace and quiet of nature. Day and nignt excursions are arranged for a “slow snow” approach.
Driving course on ice tracks
You can measure yourself in this difficult and exciting discipline at the track of Valbondione. With the help of instructors you can enjoy learning the techniques of safe driving on snowy or icy road. A unique experience not to be missed to measure with your own skills and gain confidence and technique.
An ice rink is set up every year at Christmas time at the Sports Centre of Castione della Presolana. A very amusing area for the enjoyment of children and adults. You can rent skates and support equipment for children. Everything is accompanied by Christmas music.
The ski bike is a new sport suitable for all ages. A bicycle equipped with small skis instead of wheels, with which it is possible to go through the slopes for downhill alpine skiing and enjoy a funny adventure. At Castione della Presolana you can practice ski bike on all the tracks of Monte Pora.