Skiing in La Polsa

  • Safe and student friendly resort
  • Doorstep skiing
  • School Ski Trips

Quick Facts

Easy Slopes (Blue): 8

Medium Slopes (Red): 12

Difficult Slopes (Black): 6

Nursery Slopes: 5 (2 in la Polsa)

Doorstep Skiing from Accommodation: Yes

Resort Height: 1300m

Top Station Height: 1583m

KM of Skiing: 40

Number of Lifts: 9

Coach from Calais: 17 hrs

Airport transfer (Verona): 1 hr

On the slopes

Your Club Europe lift pass covers San Valentino, La Polsa and Pra’ Alpesina with a combined 40 km of piste runs, mostly on wide open snowfields. The nursery slopes in both areas are in uncrowded snow bowls. Beginners make genuine, speedy progress on the 8 novice runs, whilst several long and wide blue runs give them the opportunity to become familiar with higher altitudes. Intermediates can clock up good mileage on a variety of medium grade runs, while the resort’s black runs (especially the brand new “Rosa del Sole”) are a challenge but not too intimidating.

Après-ski

Your Ski Rep will help you put together a low-cost, easily supervised après ski programme. This can include instructor-led snowshoe descents, flood-lit ice-skating, the exciting adventure park Acropark or a local meal in a mountain restaurant. Discos, karaoke and Nintendo Wii nights can be held at the Hotel La Betulla.

School Ski Trips

Accommodation

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Hotel La Betulla

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Hotel Bellavista

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One of the longest established family-run school ski trip operators in the UK

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