10 things to do in Pejo
Pejo is a beautiful village in Trentino that extends below the peaks of the Ortles Cevedale Group in Val di Sole, and is the highest municipality in the whole Trentino. It is an ideal destination for families with children looking for a skiing holiday on long and spacious slopes. Pejo is known not only as a ski resort, but also as an important spa.
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Discover the best 10 things to do in Pejo:
Skiing, of course
Among the 10 things to do at Pejo we couldn’t fail to include the most obvious one: skiing. Pejo is the ideal place to enjoy skiing days away from stress. The Skiarea Pejo 3000 offers 20km of slopes of varying difficulty, always guaranteed by natural snow and a snowmaking system. The PEJO 3000 cable car, inaugurated in 2011, is a very modern lift with two cabins, each with a capacity of 100 people, which connects the Tarlenta area (at an altitude of 2000 meters) and reaches the heart of the Ortles Cevedale group, at an altitude of 3000 meters.
Dinner in a mountain hut with snowcat transport
How to miss the chance to spend a romantic dinner at the Baita Scoiattolo, in the spectacular panorama of the Val di Pejo. The experience will be even more special as it will be a real snowcat to transport you to the refuge and take you back to the village after the fantastic typical dinner.
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Spa of Pejo
Pejo is not only known for its beautiful area but also for its fantastic thermal baths. The thermal waters of Pejo have been known for centuries for their healing properties: the springs of the Old Spring, the New Spring and the Alpine Spring are used to treat, in a natural way, certain disorders of the joints, venous and lymphatic circulation, skin and respiratory tract. The Terme di Pejo wellness centre is located at an altitude of 1,390 metres in the Stelvio National Park and is the ideal place to spend moments of relaxation after intense days in the snow.
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Funslope is a fun attraction for all those who love acrobatic skiing, snowboarding and free style. The attraction is located in the Pejo ski area at 3000 meters on the Beverina slope and can be reached by chairlift Saroden. It’s a unique trail made of waves, parabolic curves and big hand to high-five. Never get bored at Pejo! The Funslope is designed for professionals as well as children, the ideal place to have fun together with the whole family.
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Cross-country skiing is a sport with a strong and deep-rooted tradition in Val di Pejo, where cross-country skiers can find beautiful rings for a total of about 5 km, places where they can wax and/or rent skis, numerous refreshment and relaxation points, as well as a ski school and specialized instructors.
Snow White Snowpark
The Snow White Snowpark is an area equipped with a ski and ski lift slope, treadmill, toboggan run, tubing, igloo, carousels, tunnels, baby ball, school camp and snowboard camp. The Snow White Snowpark is a magical place made of games for children. It is the ideal place to learn to ski while playing. Adults can take part in the activities by following their children’s first descents with enthusiasm and participation.
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Visit the village of Pejo
A small jewel, both for the beauty of its alpine style buildings and the artistic richness of its church, Pejo Paese still boasts the active presence of a turnario dairy, run by a consortium of families. Finally, on the hill of San Rocco, next to the charming little church, there is a monument dedicated to the fallen of the Great War and the “war on the door” museum in Pejo is worth a visit.
Pejo 300 offers a large number of safe routes for ski mountaineering lovers and not for those who love climbs and not discos, surrounded by the beautiful landscape of the Stelvio Park. Unspoilt nature, fresh snow and sun, an exceptional mix.
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4km of slopes designed for freeride are offered by the Pejo 3000 ski area. Between these two black and a blue one, ideal for those who decide to approach fresh snow for the first time. Remember that when it comes to freeriding you must take all the necessary precautions, even if the routes are marked!
You’re not a skier or a board lover and you’d rather have snowshoes on your feet? Pejo’s ski area offers fantastic itineraries. Walking in the silence of the woods with snowshoes on your feet, sliding on an immaculate blanket of snow, discovering the tracks of animals moving in search of food is a different and beautiful way to experience the mountains.
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