Below are few of the beautiful ski resorts you will find in northern Italy according to region. Marvel on their beauty and check out the many activities you can do there for yourself, with your family and friends too and make the best of your winter getaway!
Aosta Valley region
Aosta Valley in the northwestern part of Italy is the only region in Italy without any provinces. However it is also a very mountainous area that is why it is popular skiing destination in Italy come winter time.
Champoluc, Monte Rosa
Piedmont regionThe Piemonte (or Piedmont) region boasts plenty of northern Italy's famous ski resorts. It was home to the Torino 2006 Winter Olympics.
Trentino regionTrentino is famous for its mountain ranges, Dolomites and the alps.
Lombardy regionLombardy is one of the northern regions of Italy and the capital is Milan, famous for a large number of UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its border is the Swiss alps.
It is the 8th largest region in Italy and is located in the northeastern part of the country and it's northernmost part also borders Austria.
South Tyrol region
This region is located in the northernmost part of Italy. It has a very snowy winter that can come as early as October until late of April. So, people who loves to ski or do winter activities can enjoy it longer than the rest of Italy.
(Photos not mine.)