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Ski the Ski Center Latemar 

Ski Center Latemar is the biggest ski area in the Val di Fiemme-Obereggen resort with 3 access points to the slopes: Predazzo, Pampeago and Obereggen. From December to April perfectly groomed pistes, covered in snow thanks to a sophisticated programmed snowmaking system.

Live your perfect days on skis in Val di Fiemme during the winter and enjoy the well-groomed slopes, speedy lifts, extraordinary shows, breath-taking views, games on the snow, delicious food in the mountain huts, music and fun! The ski instructors of the “Ski School Alta Val di Fiemme” are available for teaching your children how to ski and assure great fun. 

Feeling like trying a few ski turns?  Yes, in Gardonè you will find two moving walkways!  

  • Ski Center Latemar is in the Val di Fiemme-Obereggen ski resort
  • 3 access points to the slopes: Predazzo, Pampeago, Obereggen
  • Ski Center Latemar, Trentino-Alto Adige, 50 km slopes and 18 lifts
  • 3 babyparks, 3 ski schools, 4 sledge runs, 1 snowpark
  • In Gardonè experience the Dragons Forest, the breathtaker Alpine Coaster and the Dragons Kingdom
  • Gardonè is in Trentino in Val di Fiemme Dolomites World Heritage site
  • Mountain huts offer daily breakfast, lunch and aperitifs
  • Events and competition programmes, stay tuned!
  • Check slopes and lifts open
  • Check skipass prices
  • All infos at the skipass office
  • Call us +39 0462 884400
  • Send an email to info@montagnanimata.it

3 reasons why learning ski as a kid

  1. fun: downhill ski is fun for children. They play, learn, fall, get up and laugh a lot!
  2. contact with nature: beautiful views and forests, breath-taking scenery
  3. being outdoors means fresh air breathing and total freedom

Children usually start skiing around 4/5 years when they have good balance. Some start with 3 years and learn quickly. The best is to start with a ski instructor. 

Children gain confidence on the snow by playing on the slopes with gentle gradients: they develop balance, coordination and strengthen their leg muscles. Watch them play with one ski on and one off or concentrating on holding the “snowplough” position, their feet on the footprints drawn out on the colourful carpets to make the exercises easier. A ski instructor guiding them and children aged 6/7 years enjoy skiing backwards or playing slalom: some ski down the gates one by one and others ski down the slope. Learning to ski with a ski instructor helps meeting other children and learn from one another.

ADULTS€ 28,00
JUNIOR€ 23,00

BABY born after 26.11.2014
JUNIOR born after 26.11.2006

Adults can always learn how to ski 

  1. You learn and the first step is making mistakes
  2. Trust your ski instructor as if you were a kid
  3. Don’t rush, wear your smile and enjoy

Perfection doesn’t exist. Children are seldom embarrassed and anyway less scared of making mistakes. We forget this when we grow up and want it all done straight away. Learnig how to ski can represent a new challenge. Any age is good to learn, just toe the line, trust yourself and the ski instructor.

A group course (8/10 people) is a great way to start with. After a skiing test with a short snowplough session and a few turns you get in the level to start with.

You learn quickly how to wear and walk in your ski boots, then put your helmet and off you go with the ski instructor!

At Gardonè you can take an easy walk with the children in the Dragon Forest, follow the tracks of the winged creatures living in the Latemar, then speed down on the Alpine Coaster Gardonè, sled with your friends and take a break in the Kingdom of Dragons, the free open-air playground. 

Stay tuned!