The Paganella ski area has modern ski lifts, fully inter-connected, with a modern gondol and several detachable quad chailifts. The skiing varies between trail cut through thickly forested slopes above the village and an open snowy plateau at the top of the ski slopes. Skiers will find that two key access lift depart from the centre of the village and that they can ski back to the village centre for maximum convenience. The extensive snow-making coverage grants full skiable slopes from December to of the end season with 90% of the ski area covered. The area has trails for all standards including beginner trails both by the village an up near the summit, then easier and moderate slopes and the famed black Olimpica run for experts. In addition ski mountaineering is organised by the mountain guides with day and weekend trips from many peaks including Cima Cafedin (200m), Cima Croz dell'Altissimo (2339m), Cima Piz Galin (2442m) and Cima Saron (2360m) amongst others. Beginners courses in off piste skiing are also organised. Cross country skiing is important in Andalo, where a famous 24 hour race is staged each winter. Next to the Andalo Sport Center the croos-country skiers can find two circuits including a 3km loipe surrounding the lake and artificially lit until 9pm. There's a second ring of 5km winding through the wood. The "Skipass Paganella - Brenta" is part of the "Skirama Dolomiti Adamello Brenta" which keeps getting bigger and now encompasses the skiing at Ponte di Legno, the snowsure glacier skiing on Passo Tonale, Presena, Madonna di Campiglio, Folgarida, Marilleva, Pejo, Pinzolo, Fai della Paganella, Monte Bondone, Folgaria and Lavarone.
The ski schools organize full day cover for children aged three and over, including entertainment, lunch and special ski lessons through head-phone and video recording. Off the slopes there's plenty for families including cinema, a video games room as well as a children's playground at the sports centre.