Skiing in the Dolomiti Superski region
The mecca for skiing enthusiasts!
As the famous Austrian song goes, “skiing is the most amazing thing you can imagine!” Like every year, the Dolomites ski resort slopes are snow-covered, with the majestic white bathing everything in peaceful calm. The peaks of the Dolomites glisten in the sunlight, the sky is deep blue and winter sports enthusiasts are already getting itchy feet. It’s high season again for the number one sport. And what better place to go skiing than in the South Tyrolean Dolomites? The world’s largest ski region, consisting of twelve ski resorts, 1,200 kilometres of slopes, 1,177 kilometres of prepared cross country trails and high altitudes between 1,500 and 3,269 metres, is also among the very best in the world.
Sounds tempting? There is so much more! Read all you need to know about the winter sport of skiing and get up close and personal with the Italian mountains!
Discover the 12 unique ski resorts in the Dolomites:
Skiing in the Dolomites: the twelve ski resorts at a glance From fun on the Marmolada Glacier to a breathtaking ski tour in Sellaronda: the Dolomiti Superski ski region is charming, delightful and above all worth a visit. Besides sunny slopes, rapid World Cup descents and family-friendly slopes, the total of twelve ski resorts offer unlimited skiing fun.
Where is Dolomiti Superski, the world’s largest ski area? South of the Tyrolean limestone alps, in the beautiful Italian regions of Veneto and Trentino/South Tyrol, lie the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The highest mountain in the chain, Marmolada at 3,342 metres, towers high above the area. This is all framed by the Three Peaks, the Sella, Rosengarten, Schlern, Odle and Sassolungo massifs.
Must-tries: the two unique ski circuits around Sellaronda and the Gebirgsjägertour spirit you away into the untouched landscape of the Dolomites. You can traverse snow-covered landscapes and cover roughly 40 kilometres on skis!
The Dolomiti Superski ski region in facts and figures
Overview of the most important facts:
• 18 peaks reaching over 3,000 metres
• 12 unique ski resorts
• 1,200 kilometres of finest ski slopes
• 1 ski pass for all 12 ski resorts
• Italy's largest ski area
• 90% of all ski runs are at high altitudes between 1,500 and 3,269 metres
• 320 state-of-the-art snow groomers
• Technical snow-making on almost every slope
• 30 snow parks
• 85 ski schools
• Countless mountain huts
• 2,000 events throughout the entire year
A ski area for young and old
450 modern lifts take you up to the summits of the Dolomites. Slopes of all difficulties offer action, relaxed skiing fun or diverse slope conditions. Whether on a family holiday, a romantic couples’ break or a skiing holiday with friends – the Dolomiti Superski ski region is the ideal destination for everyone. The expansive valleys make every passionate skier’s heart beat faster. The 30 snow parks are worth a visit for those who prefer more action.
Dolomiti ski pass: one ticket, twelve experiences
One ski pass for all ski resorts, for 1,200 kilometres of slopes and breathtaking mountain panoramas. You can even buy the ski pass conveniently from home to let you go straight from your car to the slope. One click gives you your ticket to twelve ski resorts. And the best thing is: families, children and young people enjoy special prices at Dolomiti Superski. That leaves something in your wallet for your next visit to a mountain hut!
Want to be on the safe side and check the snow conditions and weather in advance? See the current weather forecast and conditions on the mountain here!
Fun slalom and Italian hospitality
Hungry for Ladin and typical Tyrolean dishes? You just can’t get enough of everything from Casunziei all’Ampezzana (filled pasta pouches) or Schlutzkrapfen (ravioli)? In the huts, mountain restaurants and gourmet restaurants in the twelve ski resorts in the Dolomites, you can treat your taste buds to culinary flights of fancy. Build an appetite and take the time for a break at the Trentino-South Tyrolean and Veneto hosts.
Must-dos in the Dolomites: don’t miss these attractions
Your first time in the world’s largest ski area? Or are you a regular visitor and can’t imagine any better ski region than Dolomiti Superski? No matter which group you belong to, you can’t miss these activities. Add them to your holiday plan.