Descents in the dark on Trentino Alto Adige's most beautiful slopes

Feb 21, 2014 1183

Italy every year renews itself as a top destination for Alpine skiing. The trend of skiing the mountains during evening hours widens ever more, and more Italian ski resorts have begun offering extensive lighting on the slopes over the last few years.
Trentino Alto Adige is the biggest hub for nocturnal sport on the snow.

From Tuesday to Sunday, Plan de Corones is one of the most inspiring spots to descend, whether its on the pistes of Cianross, Terento, Korer (this one can also be done on sled) and Guggenberg. Then, Obereggen - where the practice is tradition - opens its runs until 10 PM every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. And after some moonlight skiing, what better than to tuck in a typical teepee for the rest of night?

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