Skiiers in front of a panorama map of the Dolomites

Skiing on the "Queen"

Skier walking with skis on the back on a track of Dolomiti Superski

The Marmolada, also known as the "Queen of the Dolomites", majestically stands over all the other peaks in the Dolomites with its 3.342 mt altitude. In this enchanting place, history, culture, fun and tradition merge into a unique experience for an unforgettable holiday in the most beautiful mountains of the world. 





The Marmolada ski resort offers perfectly groomed slopes, cozy mountain refuges and restaurant and modern ski lifts that allow the tourist to reach in a few minutes the remarkable altitude of more than 3000 meters and to enjoy an incomparable view over the surrounding peaks of the Dolomites. 


In the Marmolada ski area, skiers can find also the longest ski slope of the Dolomites, the so-called “Bellunese”, that is over 12 kilometers from the top of the mountain until the hamlet of Malga Ciapela; the Marmolada resort is also one of the access points to the legendary "Sellaronda" or "Four Passes Tour", the core of the Dolomiti Superski, an amazing ski tour that encompasses four different valleys (Arabba - Fassa - Gardena - Badia)


Together with the nearby ski stations, the Marmolada ski area offers 500 km of slopes and pure pleasure.