Skiing in the Dolomiti Superski region
A meeting place for ski 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!
The Sellaronda and World War, two unforgettable ski circuits of the Dolomites
The extraordinary "Sellaronda" ski tour runs along the four Dolomite passes around the Sella massif, through the Ladin valleys: Val Gardena, Alta Badia, Arabba and Val di Fassa. A total of 40 kilometres await you, 27 of which are pure skiing fun.
The tour of the Great War, also known as the Peace Trail, winds at the foot of the walls of the famous Civetta, Monte Pelmo, Tofana and other peaks.
Two ski tours with unique alpine scenery and a dreamlike panorama!