7 reasons to love Trentino, Italy: beyond the fabulous skiing

Lucy Pares
9th January 2019

Sweeping up from the northern end of Lake Garda, Trentino is one of Italy’s great ski regions, and anyone who tries to tell you otherwise obviously knows nothing. The hint is in 730km of downhill runs, cross-country trails covering upwards of 450km and a long, snow-sure season, helped out by 3000 snow cannons covering 80% of slopes.

But there’s more to a family ski holiday than just skiing, and few places understand that better than multi-faceted Trentino. So whether you don’t ski/won’t ski or just want to mix up the skiing with other fun stuff, take a look at the top seven ski-free, snow-centric activities recommended by the experts at Discover Trentino for family holiday this winter.


photo credit: Fototeca Trentino Sviluppo S.p.A

1/7  Tobogganing is more thrilling than ever

Depending on your kids’ ages, they might have forgotten how much fun tobogganing is, or not even tried it out yet. Either way, there are quick fixes for that all over Trentino this winter and quite a few surprises, destined to thrill even the staunchest toboggan traditionalist on your team.

Find out more about tobogganing in Trentino this winter

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