Dates: 09.01.-16.01.2010Â / 13.03.-20.03.2010
Accommodation:Â Hotel Dolce Avita, Hotel Andalo, Hotel Pier, Alphotel Milano, apartments ..
New and renewed lifts and slopes for 2009/2010 in Dolomiti Superski area
Plan de Corones (Kronplatz)
The 10 seater â€œMarchnerâ€ cableway (3,000 P/h) at Plan de Corones is the first of its kind in the world: the cabins are fitted with elegant heated leather chairs. The ski lift path has also been renewed, in contrast to the previous structure it has an uphill station close to the downhill station of the Belvedere cableway. The existing automatic hook-on chairlift will be dismantled.
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Are you young, courageous and do you want to learn to fly? So, what are you waiting for? Come and live the crazy experience with our Freestyle Pros at the â€œDrop inâ€ Freestyle Day!
â€œDrop inâ€ Freestyle Day â€“ the new challenge
The new craze among the young is called Freestyle, which sees the number of fans grow every year. For teenagers, jumping, grabbing and doing other aerial performances has now become a cult. For this reason, Dolomiti Superski has widened its range for the coming 2009/2010 winter season, presenting the â€œDROP INâ€ Freestyle Day.
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Free Ski is an offer where the price of accommodation includes ski pass.Â This year the offer includes the biggest number of ski resorts so far – Paganella, Ponte di Legno and Tonale, Val di Fassa & Val di Sole.
The dates for Free Ski for season 2009 â€“ 2010 are 12.12.2009 â€“ 19.12.2009 and 13.03.2010 – 20.03.2010 â€“ 27.03.2010
The apartments and hotels we chose this year offer great standard and very good value, the ski areas cater from absolute beginners â€“ Paganella and Tonale, to advanced skiers â€“ Ponte di Legno and Val Di Fassa.
In winter the Dolomites are covered by white caps giving the peaks a gentle and silent look. What, however, if the sun does not allow the glittering snowflakes to fall from the sky? No worries. Snow making facilities are available on 90% of the Dolomiti Superski slopes, guaranteeing enjoyment on the snow from the end of November until late April.
With great pleasure we would like to announce that Dolomity Tour c/o SkiingItaly.net has been awarded a licence by the Polish Association of Ski Instructors (PZN) to organise and provide skiing lessons and courses – we are one of the very few tour operators that have been awarded this year.
We would like to thank all of you who travelled with us through the past 12 years and learned to ski on the Italian slopes. Responsibility for our ski school program lies with our fantastic ski instructors that have been with us for over 10 years and many of you got to know as friends. We all have worked hard to receive the award and are very proud of it. See you on the slopes
The freedom tour
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.
From: Â www.zoegillings.com
Zoe Gillings, Britains No 1 Olympic Snowsport athlete is currently preparing for the most important competition of her career so far, the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver.Â With a little over 7 months to go, and following on from arguably her most successful season of her career to date, Zoe is under way with her final preparations.Â Zoe is training daily at the English Institute of Sport (EIS) at Bath University and has just received a new addition to her training from UK Sport Research and Innovation, a World Class start gate capable of measuring all kinds of technical information; this, together with assistance from the British Olympic Association (BOA) Team Bath and EIS is jointly aimed at allowing Zoe every chance to win the Olympic Gold Medal.
We have updated our offer in Ponte di Legno and Tonale including Free Ski offer with ski pass included in the price of accommodation.
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The winter is still far away and the skis are resting in the basement. But the Dolomites are on the news. In Sevilla, Spain, on June 26, 2009 the UNESCO has, on their annual meeting, declared the Dolomites as a Natural World Heritage. So the Dolomites now officially belong to the most beautiful mountains in the world. Majestic peaks, sweeping landscapes and geological and botanical peculiarities make them a worldwide unique artwork made by nature. Also famous people like the â€œKing of the Eight-thousandersâ€ says: â€œThe Dolomites are not the highest mountains in the world, but they are the most beautifulâ€.