Our Terrain Ratings

Powderhound rating = advanced/expert terrain + powder + freshies + uncrowded

Our Terrain Ratings

Powderhound rating = advanced/expert terrain + powder + freshies + uncrowded

Nearby Ski Resorts

Aprica
Folgarida Marilleva
Madonna di Campiglio
Tonale

    Pejo Ski Trail & Piste Map
  • Pejo Ski Trail Map
  • Vertical (m)
    1,400m – 3,000m (1,600m)
  • Average Snow Fall
    Unknown
  • Lifts (8)
    2 Gondolas/cable cars
    4 Chairlifts
  • Opening Dates & Times
    Mid Dec to early April
    8:30am - 4:30pm
  • Terrain Summary
    Runs – (20km+)
    Longest run – 8km+
    Advanced - 10%
    Intermediate - 65%
    Beginner - 25%
  • Lift Pass Price
    Day Ticket 19/20
    Pejo only
    Adult - €35 to 41
    Child - €18 to 21
    Child u/8yr - Free

    Ski Area Brenta Dolomites Pass
    Valid at Pejo, Madonna di Campiglio, Folgarida Marilleva & Pinzolo
    Adult - €53 to 58
    Child - €27 to 29
    Child u/8yr – Free

    Super Skirama Pass
    Valid at all the above plus Tonale, Monte Bondone & Folgaria
    Adult - €54 to 59
    Child - €27 to 30
    Child u/8yr - Free
    Brenta Dolomites Ski Trail Map
  • Brenta Dolomites Trail Map

Pejo Skiing & Snowboarding Terrain

Powderhounds tend to love the smaller ski resorts of the world. There are a few reasons why. Chief among them is the general reduction in humanity which lends itself to uncrowded slopes, more fresh lines, less noise and no lift queues. Pejo is one such small ski resort. Of course, the notion of 'small' is a classic understatement when it comes to skiing in Europe. Pejo's 1600m skiable vertical far surpasses most North American and all Japanese ski resorts by a very long way.

See the Pejo ski trail map here.

Starting at the top with the Val della Mitte run, the 8km to the bottom is fast & fun, particularly in the morning. Easy access off-piste terrain is relatively limited, but with good snow depths to the bottom, the valley below Tarlenta provides a broad scope. The adventurous will scope out more possibilities.

On piste, Pejo is an intermediate skier & snowboarders heaven. Beginners are well catered for too, although most will be better off learning at the ski lift near Cogolo village.

Pejo Ski Lifts

The recent modernisation & expansion of the Pejo ski lifts is evident. The new cable car is rightfully the pride of the ski hill, but improved chairlifts are just as important! Two are good, two are not so.....! Progress is progress though. The top of the cable is intriguingly stark. Almost a case of 'you are here, now get out!'. That's OK once you that facilities at the very top are limited. So now you know. Awesome spot to start your ski day though.

If you are not a beginner the worst of the old chairs can be avoided. It serves the valley beginner slopes which for much of winter are cast in shadow so are best avoided anyway. On a cold day the slow chair makes it even colder, brrrr!

Ski Lift Passes

Multi day visitors to the Val di Sole can get relief from the maddening crowds by visiting Pejo using the Dolomiti di Brenta ski pass. The pass is also valid in the nearby interlinked resorts of Madonna di Campiglio, Folgarida Marilleva & Pinzolo.

For those wanting to go further afield, for an extra euro, the Super Skirama lift pass includes Pejo & all Brenta ski resorts plus Tonale (handily located up the road), Monte Bondone (near Trento) & Folgaria (a low elevation but expansive ski area south of Trento)

More information on Skiing & Snowboarding Pejo. Ski Resort is coming once we catch up with everything else.....