Alpe Lusia/San Pellegrino Ski Area

The Alpe Lusia/San Pellegrino ski area is just a few minutes' drive from Moena. It offers snow-lovers 100 km of beautiful snow-covered slopes, winding through the splendid mountain scenery of Alpe Lusia, Passo San Pellegrino and Falcade.

The Alpe Lusia/San Pellegrino area with its 24 ski lifts and 2 incredible snowparks is part of the Dolomiti Superski carousel. It’s a ski area that caters for skiers at every level, from beginners to the great champions of the Italian National Alpine Skiing Team, who regularly train on the more technical tracks such as the Mediolanum, Le Coste and La Volata, to help them prepare for important competitions.

It is also ideal for families. For children taking their first steps on the slopes there are easy-access ski lifts, playgrounds in the snow with heated indoor areas and baby- sitting service, friendly multilingual instructors, gentle slopes, simple timed tracks and a mini-boardercross route.



  • La Volata (Passo San Pellegrino) - the new black run on Col Margherita that is hosting two trials for the European Women's Cup 2017 - 2018 and the downhill and giant slalom races at the World Championships #ValdiFassa2019. It is 2400 metres in length with a 630-metre difference in height and walls close to a 50% gradient.
  • Piavac (Alpe Lusia) - famous for its two initial walls with their sharp slopes - among the most impressive walls in the Dolomites. This is the ideal run for those who love fast, sharp curves.
  • Direttissima (Alpe Lusia) - a very demanding and scenic run that gives you the chance to test your performance against the clock, free of charge.
  • Monzoni (Passo San Pellegrino) – a splendid red run in the Costabella area, with an average width of well over 51 metres and constant changes in incline in the final part of the run.
  • Mediolanum (Alpe Lusia) - a medium-difficult red run that starts from the wonderful scenic terrace of Le Cune, at a height of 2214 metres, and is accessible by cable car from Ronchi.
  • Laresei (Falcade) - a very wide slope, always sunny and never too crowded, with spectacular views over the Pale di San Martino. Ideal for those who want to improve their technique, or enjoy a fantastic descent in a single breath.
  • Innamorati (Falcade) - a simple 10-km slope that starts from the top of Col Margherita and descends to Falcade, passing through woods and among wooden huts. Between bends, you’ll be able to spot some of the major Dolomite peaks such as the Marmolada and the Cime del Focobon, and also stop for a tasty snack at one the many mountain hut restaurants beside the slope. Perfect for those who enjoy slow skiing.

Click on the "Alpe Lusia - San Pellegrino" drop-down menu to check which slopes and lifts are open