1200 KMof slopes
The Dolomiti Superski peaks have a history spanning over 200 million years. Once a huge coral reef in the primordial ocean, the Dolomites now stretch 3,000 metres into the sky. How these Italian mountains, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2009, were created isn’t the only impressive thing about them. The way this valuable landscape became the internationally renowned Dolomiti Superski region is also unique.
Explore 12 ski resorts combining endless slopes with the picture-perfect landscape with 450 lifts and 29,652 acres of iconic skiable terrain in the Dolomites managed by 3.000 employees.
Dolomiti Superski spans across three regions in Italy: Trentino-South Tyrol, Belluno, and Veneto. It is nestled amidst the breathtaking Dolomite mountains, offering a truly enchanting experience for winter sports enthusiasts. The resort boasts a convenient location, with several nearby airports including Milan, Bergamo, Verona, Venice, Innsbruck, and Munich.
The Highlights of the legendary Dolomiti Superski
With your Dolomiti Superski skipass, you have the opportunity to explore numerous magnificent destinations where you can fully immerse yourself in the experience. The main highlights accessible with your skipass include the Sellaronda, Grande Guerra, Cortina, and the Kronplatz. These places have gained worldwide recognition for good reason – they offer a chance to appreciate nature at its finest.
The Sellaronda, situated in the heart of the Dolomites, is a route encircling the breathtaking Sella Group. Spanning 42 kilometers, the entire tour can take up to 6 hours to complete.
Another picturesque destination is the Kronplatz in Val Pusteria, boasting around 60 slopes and covering a distance of 116 kilometers.
Cortina, with its stunning landscapes, is a dreamlike place that should not be missed. It features 27 lifts that transport you to 120 kilometers of slopes. For an exhilarating experience, the "Grande Guerra" tour is a must-visit for every skier. This 80-kilometer slope journey combines the thrill of skiing with a glimpse into the history of the First World War. Along the way, you can discover remnants of the war, such as relics, rock trenches, patrol paths, and blockhouses.
Overall, your Dolomiti Superski skipass opens up a world of possibilities, allowing you to explore these remarkable destinations and create unforgettable memories.
Off to Dolomiti Superski
The Ikon Pass is the international skipass group based in the US, and Dolomiti Superski in Italy is part of it! This means our slopes are part of an impressive worldwide list of famous winter sports destinations: skiers from across the globe can discover the skiing paradise that is the Dolomites!
Dolomiti Superski is direct to lift meaning passholders can head straight to the lifts and don’t need to come to the points of sale.
Which passes can be used in the Dolomiti Superski resorts?
- Ikon Pass
The Ikon Pass offers unlimited access to the slopes and ski lifts in 16 destinations in the US and Canada, and up to 7 days at 39 other destinations across the globe — including Dolomiti Superski.
- Ikon Base Pass
The Ikon Base Pass grants unlimited access to 14 destinations in North America and Canada and up to 5 days at 34 ski destinations worldwide, including Dolomiti Superski.
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Every of the 12 ski resort boasts top-quality skiing for first timers and experienced skiers alike, all set against the backdrop of a stunning scenery.
The legends of the Dolomites tell of skiing
In addition to their priceless beauty that has earned them the blazon of UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Dolomites are also known for their wealth of legends. And this year, mythological figures such as the Aguanas, Gnomes, Giants and a King will be at the centre of the Dolomiti Superski communication campaigns. If you want to dive into this fascinating and ... fabulous world, here we have just the thing for you.