Alpe Cimbra is hailed as a snow paradise for all those who love winter sports and the vast number of ski trails offer something for every level of skier. Boasting 50 runs that form over 100km of fantastic pistes, there is plenty to be explored in Alpe Cimbra. The resort has some of the most magnificent scenery and the fantastic atmosphere makes it the perfect resort for families. Alpe Cimbra is made up of two interlinked ski resorts, Folgaria and Lavarone, both of which give easy access to the entire ski area.
Resort Altitude: 1,150m
Resort Skiing: 1,850m
Total Ski Area: 101.3km
Blue Runs: 56.1km
Red Runs: 37.4km
Black Runs: 7.8km
With over 100km of piste to ski, an elevation of 1,850m, as well as efficient modern lifts, it is no wonder the Alpe Cimbra ski area proves hugely popular, with even the US Ski & Snowboard team officially training here. Alpe Cimbra's innovative snowmaking guarantees perfect slope conditions, regardless of the weather conditions. The ski area has also received the Italian flag for the safety and quality of the slopes for children.
The huge variety of slopes allow skiers of every ability to enjoy the snow. Both Folgaria and Lavarone ski areas offer a mixture of gentle and steep slopes, with various tree-lined red runs and plenty of wide and cruisy blue runs for everybody to enjoy. All these slopes are paired with beautiful panoramic views.
The Italian Ski School of Alpe Cimbra are extremely professional and have specialised instructors to teach children. There are a variety of lesson types from private lessons, collective courses for adults/children, fun & go courses, snowshoeing and the ski academy. There is something for everyone, making the slopes more accessible through honing techniques and building confidence.
There is an equipped baby park located at the base of the resort, as well as a mini club for children to learn how to ski and participate in various fun winter activities.
Alpe Cimbra is home to lots of different ski bars and refuges. With a huge selection both on and off the mountain, visitors to the slopes will find something to suit everyone in their party. Restaurant La Stua is a resort favourite, with typically genuine Italian dishes and a cosy atmosphere.
Après ski in Alpe Cimbra is much calmer than many other resorts, making it the perfect resort for families. You can end your day at one of the many sun terraces or umbrella bars. The Calkera in Fondo Grande is the biggest après location in the region; the John Club is also highly-recommended in the evenings.
Non-skiers will find a large number of options in Alpe Cimbre including dog-sledding, fat-biking, snowshoeing, ice-climbing, mountaineering and horse-trekking. There is also a variety of indoor activities such as discovering food and wine in stylish boutique restaurants or visiting museums detailing history, culture and traditions of Alpe Cimbre.