Skiing in the Dolomiti Superski region
Winter sports lovers can’t miss it!
The ski resorts in the Dolomites are covered in snow, creating a peaceful atmosphere. Sunbeams dance across the mountain peaks against the perfect blue sky.
Nowhere is better for skiing than the Dolomites. The world’s biggest skiing destination offers 15 ski resorts, 1,200 km of slopes, 1,177 km of cross-country skiing and elevations of 1,500 - 3,269 metres. Dolomiti Superski sets the bar worldwide.
The Sellaronda and the First World War ski routes are two famous ski routes with stunning panoramic views
The Sellaronda goes over four Dolomite passes around the Sella group, through the Ladin valleys of Val Gardena, Alta Badia, Arabba and Fassa – and boasts 27 km of pure skiing joy. It covers a distance of 40 km if you include the lifts. The First World War ski route, also known as the Peace route, covers 80 km along the Civetta, Monte Pelmo and Tofana.