Ski areas and resorts in Italy
Italian Alps - Dolomites - Dolomiti Superski and Skirama
Italy's north-east is dominated by the Dolomites (Dolomiti), an extensive range of impressively jagged peaks. This area, in the Trentino-Alto Adige region and the neighbouring Veneto, is close to the Austrian border and there is a strong German / Austrian influence throughout. When it comes to skiing, Italy offers just as much, if not more, than many other European or North American ski vacation destinations. The Dolomites mountain range offers some of the most breathtaking views in the Alps and you can enjoy them from just about anywhere. In our offers you you will find many apartments and hotels that offer luxury accommodation and we can facilitate all of your skiing needs.
Dolomiti Superski - Eastern Dolomites
Stretching across three Italian provinces at the heart of Alps, the Dolomiti Superski area is the biggest and most innovative ski circuit all over the world.
And the best - with only one modern chip ski pass you can access a total of 12 ski resorts and 1,200 km of perfectly groomed ski slopes!
This is a true paradise for all kinds of winter sports enthusiasts, from beginners to professionals, adults and children. The resorts are: Cortina d'Ampezzo, Kronplatz, Alta Badia, Val Gardena, Alpe di Siusi, Val di Fassa, Carezza, Arabba, Marmolada, Sextner Dolomiten-Alta Pusteria, Valle di Fiemme, Obereggen, S. Martino di Castrozza/Passo Rolle, Valle Isarco, Trevalli-Moena/S. Pellegrino/Falcade, Civetta.
Skirama Dolomiti Adamello Brenta - Western Dolomites
In Italy, to the South of the Alps, among well-known, imposing mountain ranges such as Ortles-Cevedale (3,789 m), Adamello-Presanella (3,556 m) and the Brenta Dolomites, you will find several ski resorts, such as Madonna di Campiglio and Pinzolo in Val Rendena; Folgarida-Marilleva in Val di Sole, and Andalo - Fai della Paganella. With 140 lift facilities and 380 km slopes, Skirama Dolomiti Adamello-Brenta is one of the major ski carousels to the South of the Alps
Italian Alps - Aosta Valley
The decision to spend a skiing holiday in Valle d'Aosta, is a … natural choice: there are 753 km of downhill slopes served by extremely modern ski lifts and scheduled artificial snow systems (without the use of chemical substances) which let you discover different views , at everyinstant. There are 23 ski resorts in total including 5 largeresorts and various smaller yet no less interesting, fully-equipped ones.
Italian Alps - "Milky Way" Vialattea
Vialattea means skiing on the same courses where the ski top champions have been skiing, where the XX Winter Olympics Torino 2006 took place. The Vialattea skiing area is waiting for you to discover the beauties and opportunities this area can offer. The expanse and variety of this skiing area can satisfy both the most demanding skiers, thanks to the long and difficult courses, and the beginners. The Vialattea skiing area is in Piemonte and it is easy to reach, one hour drive from “S.Pertini” airport in Torino-Caselle and a little more than two hours from Milan, Genoa, Geneva and Nice airports. The closest railway station is at Oulx where numerous high speed trains stop daily from Rome, Turin, Lyon and Paris. The Vialattea offers a wide choice of skiing opportunities: this international skiing area includes Sestriere, Sauze d’Oulx, Oulx, Sansicario, Cesana, Pragelato Claviere as well as the French Montgenèvre.
Italian Apennines - Abruzzo
Abruzzo is an perfect place for winter vacations thanks to the abundant natural snow. The ski resorts, which all have modern ski lifts and snowmaking capabilities, have slopes ideal for all ability levels and interests whether it be downhill skiing, snowboarding or cross country skiing. Roccaraso and Rivisondoli offer 119km of sunny slopes. The sun also shines on Campo Felice and Ovindoli, which are easily reachable from Rome. The two resorts, together with Campo Imperatore, make up the Nevi Gemelle consortium where a single ski pass gains access to 65 km of slopes. The slopes of Prati di Tivo and Passo Lanciano-Maielletta have a view of the sea. The resorts of Pescocostanzo, San Giacomo-Monte Piselli, Prato Selva, Pescasseroli, Scanno, Marsia, Campo Rotondo, Campo di Giove, Passo San Leonardo, Pizzoferrato, and Gamberane continue to grow in size and importance. And for fans of cross-country skiing the mountains of Abruzzo have a lot to offer: trails alternate between gently undulated plateaus and beech forests. There are also many ski mountaineering itineraries and the opportunity to try activities like dogsledding.