Additional winter activities in the Dolomites

Skiing and so much more at Dolomiti Superski

Dolomiti Superski’s 1,200 kilometres of slopes make it the largest ski area in the world, but there’s so much more to winter holidays in South Tyrol than skiing! Winter sports fans of all ages are sure to enjoy a thrilling stay in the Dolomites thanks to the wide range of off-slope activities.

Dolomiti Superski: a haven for winter sports fans

Winter holidays in the Dolomites are about more than just the classic pursuits of skiing and snowboarding, with tobogganing, cross-country skiing, ice skating, winter hiking and snowshoe hiking all on offer. It’s the sportiest way to experience the South Tyrolean mountains, a true winter wonderland just waiting to be explored!

Tobogganing in the Dolomites

Who hasn’t dreamed of speeding through the mountains on a white-knuckle toboggan ride? Zooming down into the valley, feeling the wind in your hair and hearing your friends’ whoops and shouts: it’s a thrilling experience for young and old alike! Best of all, you can hire toboggans from a variety of mountain huts – after enjoying a well-earned refreshment break, of course.

Quick tip: if you’re visiting with your better half, night sledging offers a truly romantic experience as you zip through the moonlit beauty of the snow-capped forests.

Cross-country skiing in the Dolomiti Superski region

The epic Dolomiti Superski region features stunning 1,177 kilometres of cross-country skiing routes, equivalent to the distance between London and Venice. Only one question remains: where to start?

Don’t forget: the snow-rich and wonderfully prepared high-altitude trails in the twelve Dolomites ski resorts are among the most beautiful in Europe. Time to get out there and explore the pristine nature of the South Tyrolean mountains!

Ice skating on Italian mountain lakes

Ice skating and ice dancing enjoy a long tradition in the Dolomiti Superski region, with a series of performers having started out here on their way to attaining international stardom. A host of ice stadiums and natural ice skating rinks in the region provide optimum conditions for visitors to hone their skills.

Get your skates on! Perfect your pirouettes, gear up for speed skating and enjoy a game of ice hockey in the Dolomites!

Winter hiking through the villages of the Dolomites

The broad winter hiking trails through the twelve villages in the Dolomites are a feast for the eyes, featuring rustic farms, hidden art monuments, snowbound Alpine pastures and wonderfully atmospheric snack stops. All trails in the Dolomiti Superski region take you deeper into the heart of this unique landscape.

Fun in the sun: with the region enjoying sunny conditions on eight out of ten days, your hikes in the Dolomites have an excellent chance of being bathed in glorious winter sunshine.

Snowshoe hiking in the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage site

If you would prefer to explore this snow-capped region on foot, the beautiful South Tyrolean mountains offer wonderfully tranquil conditions for snowshoe hiking. The twelve ski resorts in the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage site feature a wide range of routes to suit all abilities.

Off the beaten track: follow a series of secluded trails as you discover the magic of winter in the Dolomites, escaping the hustle and bustle on a snowshoe hike through picturesque snowy landscapes. It’s the perfect tonic for body and soul!

Dolomiti Superski: much more than pure winter sports

The perfect winter holiday features a fine blend of sports and off-slope activities: savour a spa treatment at one of the many hotels in the Dolomiti Superski region, tuck into traditional South Tyrolean delicacies at a rustic mountain hut or go on a shopping spree through the charming streets of the twelve ski resorts. A host of incredible experiences await you in the Dolomites!

Book your winter holiday in South Tyrol today and get ready to savour a terrific sporting break. Dolomiti Superski looks forward to welcoming you!


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