View points

Discover the 16 viewpoints in the ski resorts of Dolomiti Superski

Cortina d'AmpezzoLagazuoi

During the First World War, Lagazuoi (2.835 m) was the border between Veneto and South Tyrol, which at the time was part of the Habsburg monarchy. For this reason, Lagazuoi was a war front. Even today, it is still possible to see the caves from which the cannons were fired. The greatest enemy of both sides was always the bitter cold that prevailed above 2,000 meters. From Lagazuoi you can see the Fanes group, the Tofane, the Civetta, the Marmolata, the Sorapis, the Pelmo and so on.

KronplatzConcordia Bell

At the summit of Plan de Corones you can find the Concordia Bell (2275 meters), also called the Peace Bell, which is dedicated to St. Bernard, the patron saint of mountaineers and skiers. From there you can admire the extraordinary 360° panorama of the Dolomites.

Alta BadiaVallon

Taking the Vallon chairlift, which starts a few meters from the top station of the Boè cable car in Corvara, you arrive at an exceptional view point at the foot of the Sella Group: Vallon (2539 meters). Experienced skiers enjoy skiing down the Vallon slope, which is classified as black, and then continue on the Boé slope.

Val GardenaThe Odle from Seceda

From the viewpoint on Seceda (2519 meters) you will be able to see the image of the Odle, for which so many people visit this place every day. In addition, you will see the Sassolungo, Sassopiatto and the Sella group.

Alpe di SiusiBullaccia

From the Bullaccia viewpoint (2176 meters), you can admire L' Alpe di Siusi, which at 56 km² is the largest plateau in Europe. In addition, you can see the mountains of the Dolomites such as Sassolungo, Sassopiatto and Sciliar.

Val di FassaTerrace of Pordoi

The Pordoi Terrace (2948 meters) is a viewpoint at the top of Sass Pordoi at an altitude of 2,948 meters. You can see some of the most beautiful Dolomite peaks such as Marmolada, Pale di San Martino, Sassolungo and Sassopiatto, Monte Civetta and Catinaccio. To arrive and go down from the viewpoint, take the Sass Pordoi cable car.

CarezzaTerrace of the rifugio Fronza alle Coronelle

The rifugio Fronza alle Coronelle (2337 meters) is located at the foot of the Catinaccio mountain range in a position to view the Latemar, Corno Nero and Corno Bianco, the Brenta-Cevedale Group, and the Austrian and Swiss Alps.

ArabbaPorta Vescovo

After the ascent with the Funifor Arabba - Porta Vescovo, you can enjoy the height and panorama at 2478 meters. You will see the Marmolada, the Sella Group and many other peaks.

MarmoladaPunta Rocca

Eternal ice, iconic peaks and places of great history: this unmistakable mountain with its glacier is the queen of the Dolomites. Marmolada, at 3,343 meters high, is the highest peak in the Dolomites. From there you can enjoy breathtaking views.

3 Zinnen DolomitesMonte Elmo

With the new Helmjet cable car you can get to the top of the Monte Elmo viewpoint (2050 meters), from where you will see the five peaks of the Dolomites; Peaks Nine, Ten (also called Croda Rossa), Eleven, Twelve and One. Admiring them from the north, the sun is at nine o'clock above Peak Nine, at ten o'clock above Peak Ten, etc.

Val di FiemmePala di Santa

A few meters above the top of the chair lift you can find a large viewing platform at the foot of the Pala di Santa (2315 meters), from which there is an incomparable view on the Latemar.


From the top station of the Obereggen chair lift there is an extraordinary view on the Latemar and on the Oclini Pass with Corno Nero and Corno Bianco (2096 meters).

San Martino di Castrozza/Passo RolleLa Rosetta

The viewpoint la Rosetta at 2700 meters can be reached by the la Rosetta cable car, and at the top a fantastic view awaits you where you can breathe in the fresh high mountain air.

Rio Pusteria – BressanonePanoramic platform Gitschberg

The viewing platform on the Gitschberg is located at 2,510 meters and offers a breathtaking panoramic view of more than 500 peaks in 360°.

Alpe Lusia/San PellegrinoCol Margherita

At the top of the Col Margherita cable car (2550 meters), famous mountains such as the Creste di Costabella, Cima Uomo, Marmolada, Sorapiss, Pelmo, Civetta, the Pale di San Martino, and the long Lagorai chain can be admired.

CivettaMonte Fertazza

At the top of the Fertazza chairlift (2101 meters) you can enjoy the view of the extraordinary Dolomite peaks such as the Sella Group, Tofane, Sorapiss, Cernera, Pelmo etc. Fertazza is the area that maintains the best quality snow in Ski Civetta.

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