Best Ski Resorts in Italy
Ski powder at Cervinia, consistently one of the best resorts in Italy
Explore Monte Bianco from Courmayeur, the 3rd best overall ski resort in Italy
Crevacol is the 2nd best ski resort in Italy for Powderhounds
La Thuile ranks third best Italian ski resort for powder hounds
Monterosa ski resort ranks 1st in both Best Overall & Best for Powder Hounds in Italy
Oulx & the Via Lattea is one of the best value powder ski areas in the world
The Val Gardena & the Dolomites are perennial favorites amongst Italian ski resorts
Rifugio dining at Cervinia is an Italian skiing rite of passage
The Aosta valley has many of Italy's best ski resorts like La Thuile
Val di Fassa is a wonderful & diverse ski area in the top ten best overall for Italy
The Marmolada provides the Dolomites best powder & off-piste skiing
The Secret Valley Armentarola run in Cortina is one of the best in Italy
Powder on the Toula glacier on Monte Bianco near Courmayeur
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Pila above Aosta is a highly rated but 'under the radar' Italy ski resort
Arabba Marmolada rates as one of the most challenging Italian ski resorts
Monterosa is numero uno because of its snow & diversity including tree skiing.
Italian powder skiing in the Valle d'Aosta
Alta Badia is a great Dolomites ski resort for families
Relax, you are at Madonna di Campiglio, one of Italy's best ski resorts

Best Ski Resorts in Italy

Powderhounds Awards: Best Ski Resorts in Italy

Where is the best skiing in Italy? The following awards the best ski resorts in Italy are according to ratings provided by & are for resorts that have been reviewed by Powderhounds.

Top Italian Ski Resorts for Powder Hounds

Based on advanced terrain + snow quality & quantity + lack of people riding off-piste
Monterosa: Best Powder Ski Resort in Italy Crevacol: 2nd Best Powder Ski Resort in Italy La Thuile: 3rd Best Powder Ski Resort in Italy

Rounding out the TOP 10 best Italian ski resorts for powder hounds are: Cervinia, Via Lattea, Courmayeur, Pila, Arabba Marmolada, Reinswald and Champorcher.

Best Italy Ski Resorts - Overall

Based on infrastructure & services, terrain, snow & cost
Monterosa: #1 best overall rated ski resort in Italy Courmayeur: 2nd best overall rated ski resort in Italy Cervinia: 3rd best overall rated ski resort in Italy

Rounding out the TOP 10 best overall ski resorts in Italy are: Pila, Cortina, Tonale, Via Lattea, Val di Fassa, Alta Badia and Val Gardena.

Other Awards for European Ski Resorts

Best Overall On-Piste Terrain
Dolomites, Tonale, Madonna di Campiglio

Best Family/Beginner Ski Resorts
Tonale, Aprica, Dolomites

Best Intermediate On-Piste Terrain
Val Gardena, Kronplatz, Madonna di Campiglio

Best Advanced On-Piste Terrain
Cortina, Arabba Marmolada, Kronplatz

Best Expert & Extreme Terrain
Monterosa, Courmayeur, Cortina

Best Off-piste & Freeride Terrain
Monterosa, Courmayeur, Sauze d’Oulx

Best Powder
Monterosa, La Thuile, Oulx, Cervinia

Best Après & Nightlife
Dolomites, Courmayeur, Cortina

Best Value for Money Overall
Monterosa, Via Lattea, La Thuile

Want to know anything else? Check out the full Europe ski resort ratings page here.

Best Italy Ski Resorts - Readers' Reviews

These awards for the "best ski resorts in Italy" are based on the public reviews on Come and have your say on the top Italy ski resorts by reviewing and rating a ski area. Navigate to the Italy ski resort you want to review and click on the "add review" link in the left-hand-column. Put your vote in!

NB only Italy ski resorts with a minimum of 4 reviews were considered in the awards. Where there are equal scores, the resort with more reviews is selected as the best. 1 The top overall Italy ski resort is based on an average of the other above factors. 2 The best Italy powder skiing is the average of the scores for snow, uncrowded and off-piste.

Submit Ski Resort Reviews - Have Your Say

Have your say on the best ski resorts in Italy by adding your own review. Navigate to your favourite Italian ski resort & click on the "ADD REVIEW' button to submit your review, ratings & photos.

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