With the Dolomiti Superski skipass you can ski in all 12 ski areas and discover the most famous ski tours in the Dolomites such as the SellaRonda and the First World War Ski Tour. With the resort skipass you can get to know an individual ski resort and discover all its hidden places.
The official winter season begins with the opening of the SellaRonda. Some ski resorts or individual lifts may open even earlier depending on weather conditions.
All updates on lift openings can be found here.
As of 1 January 2022, ski resorts in Italy require everyone to be insured. Liability insurance must cover damages to third parties. This is not included with your skipass. If you don’t already have an insurance policy, you can buy one online.
You must prove that you have insurance if asked by the police, but don’t have to prove you have insurance to purchase a skipass. Skiing without insurance may lead to a fine and/or having your skipass withdrawn.
All gondolas and cable cars can also be used without skis. We do, however, ask you to check whether you can walk on the slopes, as it is strictly forbidden to walk on the slopes. For safety reasons, not all chairlifts are accessible to pedestrians.
From 1 January 2022, helmets will be compulsory on the slopes for all persons under the age of 18 who practice winter sports such as alpine skiing, snowboarding, telemark, freestyle and tobogganing. Adults are also recommended to wear helmets.
Not all ski resorts can be reached on skis. For some connections, there are paid buses or trains to easily reach other ski resorts or to complete ski tours (e.g. The First Wourld War Ski Tour).
The following devices do not support the app:
- new Huawei models (2 years) due to US trade sanctions
- iOS versions up to 2013
- Android versions up to 7.1