The Italian Ski Federation has entered into an exclusivity agreement with the Stelvio Pass to allow for safe training sessions as the pandemic subsides.
FISI will have the exclusive right to lodging at the Hotel Livrio from June 1 to 30, while the ski lifts will only be open to Italian team athletes.
Ninety beds are set to be available, allowing FISI to stay in compliance with Government regulations against the spread of coronavirus.
Priority will be given to the Italian World Cup team, with the remainder of places going to the youth national squad.
"FISI is committed to trying to set the best conditions for its athletes to carry out - as soon as the regulations allow - a certain amount of training on the snow and, with this in mind, I wanted to enter into an agreement with the Stelvio glacier," said FISI President Flavio Roda.
Stelvio Pass, the mountain pass in northern Italy bordering Switzerland, features the largest summer ski area in the Alps.
FISI have also named the team for the 2020-2021 season.
This included Federica Brignone, the winner of this year's women's Alpine Ski World Cup, and Dominik Paris, the reigning Super-G world champion.