Prices from £779
All inclusive school ski trips

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Resort runs

Total runs: 120km
Top lift: 1890m

Resort information

Resort height: 1188m
Vertical drop: 582m
Lift pass: Folgaria & Lavarone
Glacier: No
Travel by coach: 15hrs from Calais
Travel by air:
Verona (1hr 30min transfer)
Brescia (2hrs transfer)
Milan Bergamo (2hrs
30min transfer)
Innsbruck (2hrs 45min transfer)

Folgaria school ski trips are a magical experience – high in the Great Highlands of Trentino, due to excellent lifts, friendly locals, high standard accommodation and an Italian charm that keeps our groups returning year after year.


The skiing…

Particularly suited to beginner and intermediate groups, Folgaria and neighbouring Lavarone is heavily forested meaning it offers some excellent protection from the weather.  For beginners, there could hardly be a more perfect place to learn to ski with some decent green slopes, followed by some excellent long, wide, tree-lined blue runs at a good altitude for confidence boosting your students.  Intermediate skiers in your group will benefit from a good collection of red runs criss-crossing the resorts.  There are also some challenging black runs in the resort that will test the more accomplished in your group.  Open bowls and tree-lined runs above Folgaria and Serrada offer beautiful rolling gentle slopes, which always prove popular with school ski groups.


The snowfall…

Folgaria has a good snow record from Christmas until end of March each year with a consistent record of good snow levels.  In addition, artificial snow makers cover nearly all slopes ensuring snow level remain topped up throughout the season.


Off-the slopes…

One of the qualities of Folgaria and Lavarone for school ski trips is the Italian charm of the town and friendliness of locals.  There are also an abundance of evening activities both in the hotels and in the town itself to keep your group busy.  The town centre is a safe place for school groups and Folgaria charms our school groups into returning year on year.

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