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 (the South Tyrol) and the neighbouring Veneto, is close to the Austrian border, and there is a strong German/Austrian influence throughout. When it comes to skiing, Dolomites offer just as much, if not more, than many other European or North American ski vacation destinations.
The Dolomites mountain range offer some of the most breathtaking views north of the Mediterranean, and you can enjoy them from just about anywhere. In our offer you you will find many resorts and hotels that offer luxury accommodation and will facilitate all of your skiing needs. If you are going to ski in Italy, Dolomites is where you can find the best action at the lowest rates!
Skiing, ski mountaineering, cross country skiing, winter hiking with snowshoes, off-piste skiing, telemark, ice skating, sledging and all other activities that involve sliding over snow have always belonged to the Dolomites rich patrimony.
For more than a century the Dolomites have been one of the most developed and historically important centres for winter sports in the world. The Dolomites offer perfect pistes for all levels, evocative cross country circuits, impressive ice stadiums, some of the most beautiful ski mountaineering itineraries in the Alps, short walks and long winter hikes, breathtaking off-piste descents and an infinite number of other possibilities that include all the valleys in the Dolomites.
The Dolomiti Superski carousel is the jewel in the crown of what’s on offer in the Dolomites: 1200 km of pistes, 460 lifts and 475 interconnected pistes. A single ski pass is all that is needed for this immense 12 valley winter carousel.
It's just waiting there to be discovered!
From Cortina d'Ampezzo to Plan de Corones in the Alta Badia, from Val Gardena and the Alpe di Siusi to Val di Fassa and Carezza, to Arabba, Alta Val Pusteria and Val di Fiemme. And from San Martino di Castrozza and Passo Rolle to Valle dell'Isarco, the Tre Valli, the Civetta group and the newest addition, the Marmolada, Queen of the Dolomites.