Winter holidays

Winter holidays in Marmolada Glacier ski resort

Reach for the stars on the Queen of the Dolomites

Free as a bird on the Marmolada Glacier in the Dolomites

The wind whistles around your ears and the craggy peaks glitter in the sunlight. The air at 3,342 metres is crystal clear and invigorating. Winter on the Queen of the Dolomites, the Marmolada, is unique. You become suffused with an inner peace, you put your daily cares behind you and simply enjoy time in the company of your holiday companions.

Do you want to feel like this? Feel as free as a bird and enjoy a view of the surrounding Dolomite mountains? A winter holiday at the foot of the Marmolada Glacier gives you the works, and when you stand on the Punta Rocca panoramic terrace you realise you are in the presence of the Queen of the Dolomites.

Would you like more information about this unique ski resort for your winter holiday? Then look no further!

Why take a winter holiday at Marmolada Glacier?

Skiiers in front of a panorama map of the Dolomites

In addition to the glacier’s unique beauty, you can ski fascinating 1,800 metres of descent on the 12 kilometres long “La Bellunese” ski run. You can look forward to more than just exceptionally enjoyable skiing during a winter holiday on the Marmolada. You can also enjoy yourself to the full off the slopes too. Just look at the to-do list!

Winter holiday activities at Marmolada Glacier

  • Explore the 12-km long “La Bellunese” ski run
  • Climb one of the frozen waterfalls in Serrai di Sottoguda
  • Gently glide along on cross-country skis
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- Marmolada Glacier - the ski resort at a remarkable height

Marmolada Glacier - the ski resort at a remarkable height

Finding it difficult to choose where to spend your winter holiday this year? Have you heard of the Marmolada Glacier ski resort? If so, you don’t really need to think much harder about where to spend your holiday. You can enjoy a splendid holiday on the glacier and the Dolomites’ highest mountain. 63 kilometres of pistes, 28 state-of-the-art cable cars and lifts and invigorating mountain air at more than 3,000 metres - you only get this in the Dolomiti Superski region.

Glacier skiing is already unique. The Arabba/Marmolada ski resort also offers the possibility of joining the world-famous Sellaronda or the First World War ski circuits. There are ski runs of all difficulties on the Marmolada Glacier.

Do you have snowboarders or free stylers in your family? Then you should definitely wedel down the powder snow slopes on the Marmolada. Arabba/Marmolada ski resort offers a choice of snow parks with any number of obstacles for experienced snowboarders.

Climbing, snow shoe hikes and cross-country skiing - activities away from the pistes

Do you love the noise of an ice axe digging into ice just as much as the thrill of the slopes? Then you’ve definitely come to the right place at the Marmolada Glacier! Ring the changes from skiing with ice-climbing action. Afterwards you will enjoy being back on your beloved skis even more!

Nordic winter sports are perfect for winter holidaymakers who like a little less action. Whether you take to your snow shoes in the snow-covered Pettorina valley, or high on the Marmolada Glacier, this mountain panorama will leave you amazed at every turn!

The Malga Ciapela cross-country ski centre is located by the south face of Marmolada. You can decide whether you prefer a technical up and downhill trail, or to ski on the flat along the Agriturismo Malga Gran Pian.

The best accommodation in the Glacier area

Whether it’s a B&B, Hotel Garni or a holiday apartment - ask your companions which category of accommodation they prefer. One thing is sure, the Veneto’s hosts are all welcoming and hospitable.

How to reach glacier paradise

You’ve decided on your ski resort and planned your activities, now all you have to do is book accommodation and in no time at all you will have organised the perfect winter holiday for the whole family.