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Andalo Resort Overview

Located in the Trentino region of Northern Italy amidst the stunning Brenta Dolomites. Andalo presents an enchanting blend of traditional and modern features. At 1,040m, with the highest ski lift taking you to 2,125m, the resort is a gateway to the expansive Paganella ski area, boasting 50km of diverse, skiable terrain.

Established in the 1960s, the resort offers an array of accommodation options, from luxury hotels to cosy B&Bs, and even self-catered apartments, many of which offer ski-in-ski-out access. The resort typically enjoys a reliable snow cover from December to April, making it a preferred destination for winter sports enthusiasts.

Skiing in Andalo

Andalo offers varied skiing opportunities for both novice and experienced skiers. The Paganella ski area, accessible via Andalo, provides 50km of pisted terrain with modern lift facilities and well-groomed slopes.

The area offers wide, gentle slopes for beginners, including two nursery slopes near the resort centre. For intermediate skiers, there are numerous red runs to explore, like the long descent from Cima Paganella.

Andalo is also a paradise for advanced skiers, offering challenging black runs and a range of off-piste skiing opportunities. The Olimpionica 2, with its steep sections and breath-taking views, is a must-try for any seasoned skier.

The resort is equally popular among freestyle skiers and snowboarders, boasting a well-equipped snowpark with various kickers, rails and boxes, catering to all ability levels.

Is Andalo Family-friendly?

Andalo is an ideal ski resort for families, offering a safe, pedestrianised centre and a variety of child-friendly amenities. With a range of accommodation options to choose from, including family-friendly hotels and self-catered apartments, families can enjoy a convenient and comfortable stay. The resort also offers various family lift pass deals and discounts for children under the age of 16.

Après-Ski Scene in Andalo

Despite its small size, Andalo boasts a lively après-ski scene, with numerous bars and cafes offering a relaxed atmosphere for evening entertainment. For those looking for a bit more energy, Andalo’s disco, Discoteca Des Alpes, is the place to be.

Dining in Andalo

Andalo offers an exciting gastronomical experience, with a range of restaurants serving local Trentino specialities and traditional Italian dishes. Ristorante Pizzeria Al Brenta offers a warm, welcoming atmosphere with a wide selection of pizzas, while Trattoria Al Faggio is renowned for its local dishes and friendly service.

How to Get to Andalo

The quickest way to get to Andalo from the UK is to fly to Verona Villafranca Airport, which is a 2-hour drive away. Other nearby airports include Bergamo Orio al Serio International Airport (2h 30m drive) and Venice Marco Polo Airport (3h drive). If you’re travelling by train, the nearest station is Mezzocorona, which is a 20-minute taxi ride from the resort.

Andalo Insider Tips

  • Don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy a traditional Trentino meal at the Rifugio La Roda, located at the top of the ski area.
  • For a unique experience, try night skiing on the well-lit Cacciatori 1 slope.
  • Take a break from skiing and enjoy a relaxing day at the Andalo Life Park, a wellness and leisure centre with swimming pools, a spa and a range of indoor and outdoor activities.


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