At 1,883 m, the Tonale Pass is a high altitude mountain pass in northern Italy that connects Valcamonica in Lombardy and Val di Sole in Trentino. This stunning spot is a top location for winter sports including backcountry skiing. Compare and book a certified guide for your trip on Explore-Share.com: 1500+ guides, 70+ countries and more than 8000 different programs to choose from. Take a pick from our selection of Backcountry Skiing trips in Passo Tonale. The mountains are calling!
Freeride skiing day trips in Passo Tonale, Adamello Range
1+ day Freeride skiing on Passo del Tonale (Tonale Pass), Lombardy
4-day freeride program in Passo Tonale, Val di Sole
What should I know about Backcountry Skiing Passo Tonale?
The stunning Passo Tonale in Italy is a popular destination for winter sports, and for good reason. With the Ortler Alps to the north and the Adamello range to the south, it offers plenty of backcountry and ski touring possibilities. Furthermore, it is well equipped for skiers and snowboarders alike, with plenty of accommodation and fun options to enjoy off the slopes too. The Adamello Ski Raid, which is an important ski mountaineering competition, takes place in Passo Tonale every winter. Enjoy skiing in this stunning location and discover the top slopes with one of the certified guides at Explore-Share.com and start planning your adventure!
Why should I choose Passo Tonale for my Backcountry Skiing adventure?
What can I expect from the weather during my Backcountry Skiing trip in Passo Tonale?
The weather in Passo Tonale is usually sunny and the snow season is long, from late Autumn to early Spring. Average winter lows are -5°C.
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How can I get to Passo Tonale?
The closest airport is in Bergamo, which is a two hour drive away. Otherwise, Verona is another options, which is two and a half hour drive away, and Milan is three hour drive away.
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When is the best time to travel to Passo Tonale for Backcountry Skiing?
For backcountry skiing and ski touring, the best time to visit is during late autumn and winter between November and April.
The tour to the Pisgana glacier was great, even though the snow conditions were icy & challenging. We’d definitely recommend Renzo, the guide, and the Explore Share website. The costs were v.competitive and an incentive to book. The only drawback was the website made it difficult to swop some details like email addresses (e.g. for sending photos). Anyway, we intend using the service & guide again next time we’re in Passo Tonale!
Great guide with great knowledge of the area. Freeride in Passo Tonale is not really good for snowboarders as the "way out" fro many runs are long and flat
We booked the "Freeride skiing day trips in Passo Tonale, Adamello Range" through Explore-Share.com The booking procedure was very easy and our mountain guide Renzo took us on 2 perfect freeriding days, finding untouched powder even after 1 week of last snowfall. If we go back to Passo Tonale for freeride skiing we would definetly go with Renzo again.
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