27 November — 11 April
The Latemar – Obereggen/Pampeago/Predazzo ski complex is located in the Italian Val di Fiemme (Trentino-Alto Adige, Trentino) and Val d’Ega (Trentino-Alto Adige, Alto Adige) regions. For skiing and snowboarding, 49 km of trails are prepared here. There are 18 ski lifts for skiers. The winter sports resort is located between 1540 and 2388 meters above sea level.
Latemar Resort will appeal to those skiers who have already reached a high level or want to improve their skiing. Judging by the reviews, the complex has a well-deserved reputation in terms of track preparation. It is not without reason that the ski center has numerous awards and certificates. This winter sports resort has connections to the nearby towns of Obereggen, Pampeago e Predazzo.
In addition to skiing and snowboarding, there is a gorgeous snow park, a park for night skiing, figures and devices for practicing the high-pipe, the resort organizes various entertainment events and après-ski for every taste. At Latemar, skiers with good skill levels find exactly what they are looking for. The relief of the slopes is very diverse, the slopes are long, picturesque, many slopes are also adapted for carving.
For all those who think that skiing time flies by too quickly, the resort suggests skis and sleigh rides at night in Obereggen. The toboggan run, as well as the Ochsenweide gondola lift, operate from 7 pm to 10 pm almost all week.
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On average, the ski season here lasts from late November to late April.
Ski pass prices
Day ski pass in main season will cost you € 51 for an adult, € 51 for children and € 36 for youth.
The Latemar complex prepares for its guests numerous tracks for every level of skill. They diverge downward between the villages of Obereggen (Nova Ponente), Pampeago e Predazzo. The widest and most well-knocked slopes are located in the coniferous forest and lead almost to the houses, while the difficult slopes are located above the vegetation boundary. Most of the tracks are of medium difficulty. There are simple trails near all the villages. Those who are looking for a more difficult one should climb towards Pampeago e Predazzo.
Total length of tracks 49 km. The vertical drop is 848 meters. Modern snow-compacting equipment is used on the tracks. The surface of the tracks is kept in perfect condition with the help of an artificial snowmaking system. In total, the resort has 200 snow cannons that cover 100% of the tracks. In the evening, the trails are illuminated. Insecure beginners will be assisted by instructors, and at the rental point you can take everything you need for a comfortable ride.
The longest track: Tresca number 30, its length is 3.1 km, the vertical drop is 743 meters.
The most difficult track: Pala di Santa number 20, its length is 2.3 km, the height difference is 375 meters.
The most interesting tracks:
- Ochsenweide number 3
- Torre di Pisa room 38
- Agnello number 28
- Pala di Santa room 20
On the tops of the slopes, skiers and snowboarders are delivered 22 lifts: 3 gondola lift, 13 chairlift and 2 t-bar lift. The ski resort is mainly equipped with ultra-modern chairlifts with weather protection. From Obereggenа (Nova Ponente) and Predazzo you can climb to the resort in comfortable gondola lifts. Beginners love to use the four-seater chairlifts and the ski lift. Another ski lift rises to the highest point of the Pala di Santa sports complex. The total length of the cable cars is 189 km, which are capable of transporting up to 36340 passengers/hour.
The nearest villages to the resort:
The nearest villages to the resort: