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Dolomiti SupersKI

THIS GREAT SKI AREA IN THE DOLOMITES WELCOMES YOU!

A harmonious carousel with 12 skiing areas and state of-the-art lift facilities with a good 1,200 km of daily groomed slopes, and sunny slopes you just can’t wait to get your skis gliding over. You’ll be spoilt for choice, as there’s a slope for everyone: from the easiest one, for beginners following by ski instructors, to places of daring you’d never thought of going before. Simply amazing.

 

 

Winter is coming!

Have a look to how we prepare the winter season 2020/2021

ATTENTION: Due to the current health emergency, the opening date of the points of sale and the online shop has yet to be defined.

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The new Dolomiti Magalogue “S” is here!

Immerse yourself in the Dolomiti Superski world, discover traditions and yet undiscovered stories.

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News

The first snow has turned the Dolomites into a winter wonderland, announcing the coming up winter season of Dolomiti Superski. And we proudly introduce to you our new lifts and slopes, hoping to surprise you in the winter season 2020/2021.

News 2020/2021
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- The Olympic Games are turning back to the Dolomites

The Olympic Games are turning back to the Dolomites

Milano and Cortina will be hosting the Olympic Games in 2026.

Reductions

Ski pass reductions and special conditions for children and the family. 

MyDolomiti

MyDolomiti - your personal area for even more fun on the slopes. Check your daily performance, challenge your friends and get the chance to win fantastic prices.

You can also purchase your ski pass in the online shop.

Numerous precious moments turn your holiday into an unforgettable story of a lifetime

The Dolomites

Thrilling rides, virgin natural parks and sun-kissed days. That is a ski holiday amidst the UNESCO mountains.

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Wellness

Let your soul fly and enjoy precious relaxing moments in our spa and wellness areas

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Gourmet

5 different cultures merge to an exceptional culinary culture

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Dolomiti Superski

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Sellaronda

ski circuit

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SELLARONDA is the skitour of the four Dolomite Passes around the Sella massif, one of the most spectacular of the world. The tour can be done easily in one day, without removing your skis and passing through the four Ladin valleys: Val Gardena, Alta Badia, Val di Fassa and Arabba. It can be done clockwise or anticlockwise, starting from any of the four valleys. Clockwise the colour of the signposting is orange. It covers a total distance of 40 km, 26 of which are ski slopes. The Sellaronda tour can be done by skiers of intermediate level.

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SELLARONDA is the skitour of the four Dolomite Passes around the Sella massif, one of the most spectacular of the world. The tour can be done easily in one day, without removing your skis and passing through the four Ladin valleys: Val Gardena, Alta Badia, Val di Fassa and Arabba. It can be done clockwise or anticlockwise, starting from any of the four valleys. Anticlockwise the colour of the signposting is green. It covers a total distance of 40 km, 26 of which are ski slopes. The Sellaronda tour can be done by skiers of intermediate level.

First World War ski Tour

ski circuit

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The First World War is the theme of this tour and in spite of the serious subject there is an optimistic tone. In fact, those who are familiar with the grandiose alpine landscape of the Dolomites will tell you the meaning of the word freedom. Austrian mountain troops and the German Alpine corps along with the Italian 'Alpini' were present here from May 1915 until November 1917, engaged in a bitter struggle for survival. At the epicentre of the fighting, Col di Lana, the tour passes under the cliff walls of those famed peaks like Civetta, Monte Pelmo, Tofana, Lagazuoi, Conturines, Settsass, Sassongher, Sella and Marmolada. We're talking about a day out on those breathtakingly beautiful slopes for all the family. The run from Lagazuoi to Armentarola and the Punta Rocca run (over the Marmolada glacier towards Malga Ciapela) are particularly spectacular. In fact the Civetta skiing resort is a frequent and superlative starting point. You can also set off on your tour from S. Cassiano, Corvara, Arabba and Malga Ciapela.

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