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Did you know, that …

…. in the Dolomiti Superski resort there are more than 1.100 km of slopes with snow making machines and therefore more then 90% of the slopes have reliable snow?
…. in the winter season of 2007/08, 574.233 skiers skied the Sellaronda? That corresponds to 23.000.000 km or 548 times around the world.
…. in the winter season of 2008/09, the Dolomiti Superski resort had 10.530.956 days of ski passes sold? This corresponds to 28.851 years.
…. all the lifts together make a total altitude difference of 116.485 meters? This corresponds to 13 times the height of the Mount Everest.
…. the capacity of cable cars/lifts per hour is about 626.478 people, which is about the population of Glasgow or Baltimore in the States?
…. if you put together all the hotel-beds of the region, 221.313 of them, you could cover 50 soccer-pitches?

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Freestyle skiing in Dolomites


Recognising the ever-growing number of freestylers, the Dolomiti Superski organised a range of ‘Drop In’ freestyle days, where more than 22 ski and snowboard schools in the area joined forces to organise a day-long event of freestyle festivities for 12 to 18 year olds. It kicked off last January, twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

Snowparks can be found at Cortina, Kronplatz, Alta Badia, Val Gardena, Alpe di Siusi, Val di Fassa, Alta Pusteria, Val di Femme, Obereggen, S. Martino, Valle Isarco, Tre Valli and Civetta.

Halfpipes are at Cortina d’Ampezzo, Val Gardena, Alpe di Siusi, Obereggen, S. Martino di Castrozza and Tre Valli. Highlights for really keen freestylers should be the Snowpark Alta Badia where 13 kickers reside, as well as 11 boxes/rails; and the O’Neill King Laurin Park at Alpe di Siusi with its easy and pro lines, 14 kickers, halfpipe, quarter pipe, 15 rails, one wall and 21 boxes.

Dolomiti Superski and Skirama


With its unique mix of nature and technology, enjoy the extraordinary thrill of winter sports at two large skiing districts boasting almost 700 km of fabulous pistes with enchanting landscapes and ultra-modern ski-lifts. Dolomiti Superski and Skirama are two large skipass systems which allow you to ski in almost all of the districts and valleys of Trentino.

The Dolomiti Superski pass includes Val di Fassa, Val di Fiemme and San Martino di Castrozza, allowing you to ski in 12 different areas featuring a series of unforgettable landscapes from Cermis, to Catinaccio and Marmolada. You can choose a different slope every day, all of which are perfectly tamped. The snow on the pistes is guaranteed by 3 thousand snow machines. The pistes in the area also boast 450, fast, comfortable ski-lifts of the latest generation. Visitors can travel across famous itineraries such as the Sellaronda and the Trevalli.

The Skirama Dolomiti Adamello Brenta pass includes 8 different skiing districts in Trentino: Madonna di Campiglio, Pinzolo, Folgarida-Marilleva, Peio, Tonale, Folgaria and Lavarone, Andalo-Fai della Paganella and Monte Bondone. Here, a single ski pass allows you to ski on 380 km of pistes at up to 3000 m in altitude. A programmed snow system guarantees that its pistes- equipped with 150, modern, highly efficient ski-lifts – remain snowy. Furthermore, you can ski in Tonale up to late spring. A truly unique and highly complete offer, for the best skiing holiday ever.

Source: VisitTrentino.it

Moena capital of Val Di Fassa – Dolomites – Italy


Moena is positioned on a splendid natural alluvial hollow and surrounded by some of the most impressive Dolomite mountains.

The architectural style of the town appears very elegant and fashionable and its centre is enriched by beautiful and furnished shops. The village has in fact turned into an important tourist resort offering first-class structures and renewed restaurants. Moena pays much attention to the local cookery tradition and since some years it has been hosting different successful gastronomical events.

In summer-time Moena offers many hike-possibilities to his guests, peaceful rides in the meadows, mountain-bike trips of different levels. Thanks to the Rampilonga, one of the major Italian bike marathon with over 4500 competitors, (and that now has reached its 12th edition), Moena can be seen as the bikers home.

In winter it is possible to reach in a few minutes the skiing area Lusia, a real jewel of modern technology endowed of high level runs. The provided connections with the neighbouring areas, assure the best mobility to all ski lovers: they can rely on a skibus service.

Altitude: 1200m a.s.l.
Population: 2600
Source: visitfassa.com

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DolomitiSuperski ski pass prices 2010 2011

DolomitiSuperski ski pass

Ski pass prices 2010 – 2011

One modern chip ski pass gives you access to 12 varied and family-friendly ski resorts and an unbelievable 1,200 kilometers of perfectly prepared slopes.



N of days
start – 23.12.2010 Start of the season 6 € 186,00 € 130,00 € 168,00
24.12 – 08.01.2011

06.02 – 19.03.2011

High season 6 € 233,00 € 163,00 € 210,00
09.01 – 05.02.2011

20.03 – end

Low season 6 € 205,00 € 143,00 € 184,00

* Junior: born after 27.11.1994 (document required)
* Senior: born before 27.11.1945 (document required)

Children until 8 years (born after 28.11.2002) are entitled to a free skipass for the same period (except daily, 12 days in a season and season passes) on purchase of a skipass by the adult relative. This free offer refers to “a parent for each child”.

Dolomiti Superski information page

Alpine FIS World Cup Calendar

About FIS

Founded in 1924 during the first Olympic Games in Chamonix, France, the International Ski Federation (FIS) aims to promote the sport of skiing and snowboarding and directs the development of all ski and snowboarding activities world-wide. It administers the Olympic disciplines of Alpine Skiing, Cross-Country Skiing, Ski Jumping, Nordic Combined, Freestyle Skiing and Snowboarding, including setting the international competition rules. With the help of its 110 member nations (one currently suspended), FIS stages more than 6’000 ski and snowboard competitions annually. FIS also makes recommendations for recreational skiing and snowboarding in the interest of all and promotes play in the snow as a healthy leisure activity for children and the youth. For more information, please visit Fis-Ski.com

Date Event Nation Category Ladies Mens
22.-24.10.2010 Soelden AUT WC GS GS
13.-14.11.2010 Levi FIN WC SL SL
24.-28.11.2010 Lake Louise CAN TRA




27.-28.11.2010 Aspen USA WC SL


30.11.-5.12.2010 Lake Louise CAN TRA




1.-5.12.2010 Beaver Creek USA TRA





9.-12.12.2010 St. Moritz SUI WC GS


11.-12.12.2010 Val d Isere FRA WC SL


15.-18.12.2010 Val Gardena-Groeden ITA TRA




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Start of the skiing season 2010 2011

Start of the skiing season 2010 – 2011 Hotel Lido ****
Kronplatz – Plan De Corones

Dates: 11.12. – 18.12.2010 7 days or 12.12. – 18.12.2010 6 days 

Kronplatz the number one skiing mountain in South Tyrol.
The Kronplatz mountain, with its 2,275 meters high summit and its beloved bald head, is visible from every vantage point in the valley. Pure and simple, Kronplatz is one of the major skiing areas in South Tyrol. In the valley and on the slopes you will find fun, a great atmosphere, traditional mountain huts, regional delicacies and relaxing après-ski. The Kronplatz skiing region can offer more than 100 km of excellently prepared slopes. From three sides, 31 modern lifts lead up onto the wide, generally tree-free and gently sloping top of this panoramic mountain.

Falkensteiner Hotel Lido Ehrenburgerhof **** – Chienes

The hotel is right in the heart of the Val Pusteria (Pusteral), at 800 meters above sea level and 600 meters from the village centre, directly by the hotel’s own lake.

Hotel Lido Ehrenburgerhof Kronplatz Ski Holidays Kronplatz 4Star Ski Accomodation Falkensteiner Hotels

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DOLOMITI SUPERSKI A mountain of wonder

There is plenty of fun to be had in the mountains, but if you want an unforgettable dream holiday, choose Dolomiti Superski: a mountain of wonder in the heart of the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site, which are located in the north-eastern part of Italy. Magnificent views around, 450 uphill facilities, 1,200 km of perfect slopes, prepared daily, 8 days of sunshine out of every 10, and for food lovers, gastronomic delights from five different cultures and traditions of fine cuisine: Tyrolean, Trentino, Venetian, Ladine and Mediterranean. You couldn’t find a more intense way to spend the winter. A mountain of wonder, dreamed of by many from the summer onwards.
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Results of 3rd Mayor’s Cup Andalo 2010

The winners are:
Women’s category Sternal Ewa
Men’s category DomagaÅ‚a Adam
Junior boys Swierk Kamil
Junior girls Michalska Zofia

Congratulations and big thank you for taking part  – 4th edition in 2011 !

Exact times for all participants in Mayor’s Cup (Katowice – Andalo) organised by Dolomity Tour and SkiingItaly.net The race took place on the 18.02.2010 on the slopes of Paganella.

Domagała Adam 36.72
Dutkowski Adam 37.47
Korkuz Jarosław 37.49
Jura Maciej 38.29
Woźniak Bartłomiej 38.64
Kozieł Marcin 38.70
Woźniak Maciej 38.82
Sternal Ewa 39.00
Mikosza Dominik 39.40
Kalaga Kacper 39.48
Åšwierk Kamil 39.51
Duszyński Marek 39.55
Włodarczyk Michał 39.66
Michalska Zofia 39.77
Bogacz Oskar 39.81
Gryzka Oskar 39.81
Sternal Czesław 39.92
FrÄ…k Tomasz 40.00
Niedziela Tomasz 40.17
Kołodziej Martyna 40.36

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