Unusually large quantities of fresh snow have fallen in the Italian Alps during the first week of December. In a different trend from the past years, when snow was late to arrive, this year up to three meters of snow have fallen in the Dolomites and parts of Trentino-Alto Adige, Friuli, Valle d’Aosta.
Here are some photos for you to virtually enjoy a snowy winter in Italy!
Val San Nicolò is part of the larger Val di Fassa in Trentino and is part of the Dolomites.
The situation at the Fuciade alpine hut (1982m/6500ft) in Trentino's Val di Fassa.
This photo was shared by the tourism board of Val di Pejo, a small valley of Trentino comprised within the Stelvio National Park.
Church of Sant’Antonio Abate in the village of Alba di Canazei, Val di Fassa, Dolomites. In the background, the Gran Vernel mountain, part of the Marmolada.
The Val Gardena is valley in the Dolomites, popular for mountain sports in both winter and summer.
Good morning from San Candido in Val Pusteria - need we say more?
The Malghette lake in the Adamello-Brenta Nature Park.
The Val di Sole in Trentino buried in snow!