Mountains, plains and great lakes make up this backdrop in the region of Lombardy. The ski resort of Adamello Ski, located in the Italian Alps, offers 42 slopes of all levels for a unique stay between friends and family in the Val Camonica valley. Its 100 kilometers of ski runs through alpine peaks of more than 3,000m, which reaches its highest point in the Presena glacier, where it is also possible to ski during the warmer months. At its lowest altitude, at 1,155m in Temù, the villages of Pontedilegno (1,256m) and Passo Tonale (1,883m) are perfectly connected with direct lifts to the slopes. At Adamello Ski, skiers and snowboarders find footprints downhill and long descents, both between trees and in open areas. The beginners enjoy blue runs in all areas, while the intermediate ones perfect their technique along red Alpine runs, in the Passo Tonale area, and expert skiers can get an adrenaline rush along the black runs like Paradiso and Corno d'Aola, in the Pontedilegno and Temù areas. The lovers of new sensations find their corner in the spaces dedicated to the cross-country skiing, freestyle, freeride, tubing and heliski. In addition, Adamello has one of the longest descents in Europe, with 11 kilometers of uninterrupted course that run from the Presena glacier to Pontedilegno, adding a difference of 1,760m. Adamello Ski offers skiing in an area steeped in history which enjoys a rich cultural heritage. The area of Passo Tonale was a strategic region during World War I between Italy and the Austro-Hungarian Empire. In addition, in this valley there is a rich rural past, full of alpine customs and traditions, where it is still possible to find farms, pasture areas and wooden huts.