ENJOY THE SNOWY DOLOMITES FOR FOUR MONTHS
The sun-kissed backdrop of the Rosengarten massif is bathed in pale pink as the day slowly comes to an end and night draws nigh. The magical way the Dolomites glow, which amazes holidaymakers and locals alike, is known as “enrosadira”. The flat, gentle pistes are groomed again ready for the following day’s enjoyable skiing. There are many facets to a winter holiday in the ski resort of Carezza, which makes it suitable for everyone.
The red, blue and black pistes present everyone with a challenge, from novices to advanced and professional skiers. If you can’t get enough skiing, try a detour to the neighbouring resort of Val di Fassa valley, so 40 kilometres of pistes suddenly become a considerable 133. And there are 68 ways to ascend into the mountains instead of Carezza’s 12 modern cable cars and lifts.
On your marks, get set and off to Carezza!
WHY TAKE A WINTER HOLIDAY IN CAREZZA?
Carezza ski resort in the Dolomiti Superski region not only offers a full range of wintry delights from December to March, 200 snow guns ensure endless fun in the snow. Carezza is also part of an EU project ensuring more sustainable ways to reduce CO² emissions. In a way you get twice the pleasure from skiing - all the fun you would expect, plus you are caring for the environment.
Carezza: a ski resort with a thousand faces
Carezza ski resort has many faces, in the truest sense. Ace skiers can look forward to 55 percent easy, 30 percent moderate and 15 percent difficult pistes on the resort’s 40 kilometres of slopes in the heart of the Dolomites, not forgetting the 13 cable cars and lifts and 200 snow guns that make the winter fun totally memorable.
Then there is Snowpark Carezza for all free riders and snowboarders. Adrenaline junkies and advanced skiers can do their thing on the Tschein piste, but the snow park has something to offer for children and families too. Why not get yourself over there and give it a try?
And what else makes up a perfect winter holiday? The food, of course! Bring a day’s skiing to a pleasant end in the traditional mountain huts and hip bars of Carezza’s relaxed après-ski scene. Taste your way through the Italian specialities and traditional, typical South Tyrolean dishes, and experience a world of flavour.
Plenty of action and variety away from the piste
Glide through the snow-covered landscape with long strides, surrounded by snow-capped firs and blankets of untouched snow. You can cover 16 kilometres on the marked cross-country skiing trail. Other sports away from the slopes in the ski resort of Carezza are also worth a mention, such as winter and snow shoe hikes. It doesn’t matter whether you are very sporty, or just use the physical exertion as a way to relax - there is something for everyone in the heart of the Dolomites.