San Martino di Castrozza is located right on the eastern edge of the Trentino dolomites and is one of 12 different areas that comprise the Dolomiti Superski Circuit. It is divided into three main areas, two of which are linked and have over 60 kms of slopes between 1404 and 2357 meters serviced by a combination of 25 ski lifts, 15 chairlifts, 7 drag lifts, one cable car and 2 coupling cabin lifts, which together are capable of uplifting 3,000 people per hour. In the unlikely event that there is not enough snow, San Martino's snowmaking facilities are able to cover two thirds of the slopes.

There are several Snowparks in the ski area of San Martino di Castrozza and Passo Rolle. There is the Burton Progression Park, the San Martino Snowpark which is located inside the "Carosello delle Malghe" along the runway Scandola. It's served by the three-chair lift has a ideal slope constantly exposed to the sun with a chill out area. Finaly The Rolle Railz Park is situated on the slopes of Passo Rolle, 9 km from San Martino di Castrozza.

Apres Ski & Night-life

There are approximately 16 restaurants in San Martino and several small cafes and bars. The "Malga Ces" serves fresh Italian cuisine and a delicious cake called Sacher and is one of the most popular restaurants in the area.

San Martino's hotel based nightlife

can best be described as sophisticated and lively. The English pub stays open until gone midnight. Comone and Tabia are the resort’s two discotheques.

Shopping is relatively low key however there are a few upmarket boutiques and quaint shops specialising in local delicacies and gifts.

Skiing in San Martino di Castrozza

General information

Min. altitude: 1450 m
Max. altitude: 2350 m


Nearest Airport: Treviso, 70 km
Direct bus from railway station
Direct shuttle from railway station

Details about ski resort

All ski slopes: 60 km
Longest slope: 3 km
Crosscountry slopes: 30 km

Artificial snow
Night skiing

Blue: 13 km
Red: 31 km
Black: 16 km


Cable car
Chair lift
Child carpet lift
Child lift
Children's park
Child slope
Drag lift