Temù is a little village at 1150 meters of altitude, in the Northern Val Camonica, surrounded by the mountains Avio, Casola, Coleazzo and Cima Monticello, all part of Adamello group. Temù ski resort is the gate of Adamello Ski ski area, and it is a fabulous skiing area offering 100 Km of slopes (64 of them for alpine skiing) and 31 ski lifts.
From Temù you can arrive, your skis on, to Ponte di Legno, where a gondola lift takes to Tonale Pass slopes. This way, you can leave the village with your skis on and arrive to 3000 m, in Presena Glacier area. Temù offers two four-seat detachable grip chairlifts and two fixed-grip chairlifts. You can ski between 1120 and 1900 m of altitude on eight alpine skiing slopes surrounded by the woods and served by a snowmaking system. The black slope going down to the village is among the most interesting in the whole Adamello Ski ski area.
Besides Temù, Adamello Ski includes Ponte di Legno, Passo del Tonale, and Ghiacciaio Presena.