Skiing Dolomites: Endless skiing and stunning scenery

If you love mountains and snow, skiing in the Dolomites are the best choice for your winter holidays in Italy. The list of winter activities in the Dolomites are never-ending. But it is the beauty of the region and the spectacular set up of ski trails that will charm you and steal your heart!

Not to mention numerous picturesquely set up mountain huts with great food and view over the peaks of Dolomites… what more you may need?

Boasting the number one ski resort in the world, and a past Winter Olympics site to boot, the Dolomites are a winter sports paradise for families, beginners, and champions alike!

The site of the Dolomites comprises a mountain range in the northern Italian Alps, numbering 18 peaks which rise to above 3,000 metres and cover 141,903 ha.

It features some of the most beautiful mountain landscapes anywhere, with vertical walls, sheer cliffs and a high density of narrow, deep and long valleys.

Located in South Tyrol, Trentino and Veneto, the Dolomiti Superski are home to some of the biggest names in Italy, including Cortina d’Ampezzo, Val Gardena and the Sextner Dolomiten.

Dolomiti Superski’s 1,200 kilometres of slopes make it the largest ski area in the world. You’ll be spoilt for choice, as there’s a slope for everyone: from the easiest one, for beginners following by ski instructors, to places of daring you’d never thought of going before. The carousel lures with perfectly groomed slopes at an altitude of 1500-3200 m in the middle of the Dolomites.

Roughly 450 lifts allow one to cover an unbelievable number of kilometres every day – perfect for experienced skiers. One can even trace one’s ridden kilometres on the internet using the Dolomiti Superski ski pass.

The Dolomiti Superski skiing regions are also perfectly equipped for beginners and families. Most of them offer special children’s lifts, children’s runs and ski-kindergartens.

Snowboarders and freeriders will love the snow parks and fun-slopes in the Dolomiti Superski skiing regions – among them of course those of Alta Badia.

The imposing peaks of the Dolomite Mountains provides extraordinary terrain for skiing, snowboarding, Snowshoeing, and other winter activities, you just have to try them!

You can buy tickets online (prices from € 62 per day) here.

Skiing Dolomites , a curiosity: The sun shines an unparalleled 8 days out of 10 in the sunny winter paradise of the Dolomites – more than any other range in the Alps!

Dolomiti Hotels – Where to Stay

Best luxury hotel: Granbaita Dolomites 5*, Selva di Val Gardena

World-class luxury in a magical and enchanted place

The 5-star Hotel Granbaita Dolomites in all its splendour and completely restructured offers hospitality of the highest order. It is the result of the ideas and dreams of the Puntscher – Perathoner family, with luxury rooms, all amply-sized and furnished with pride and love.The elegant lines of wood, glass and stone reflect the majesty of the surrounding mountains and lend an air of comfort and warmth.The enviable position of the Hotel, in the very centre of Selva di Val Gardena, is the ideal place for pleasant strolls through the town centre, and the majestic views of the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage site offer splendid and sometimes surprising views which will remain in your hearts for ever.

Best mid-range hotel: X Alp hotel 4*, Pozza di Fassa

A Relaxing Stay for Couples

Just 50 m from the Vajolet ski slopes, X Alp Hotel is 1.5 km from Pozza Di Fassa’s centre. It provides ski rental and ski passes, along with a wellness area. Rooms at X Alp Hotel offer a typical mountain atmosphere, with wood-beamed ceilings and light-wood furniture. All feature a TV and a balcony. The wellness area features a sauna and a Turkish bath. Free parking and a free and heated storage space for your ski equipment are also available.A free public ski bus stops right in front of the hotel and connects with other ski slopes.

Best budget hotel: Hotel Faloria 3*, Moena

Excellent location

Hotel Faloria is set in Moena’s main square and offers free wellness facilities, free bike rental and a free internet point.Rooms at the Faloria Hotel are spacious and come with satellite TV. Some offer great views over the Dolomites.Hotel Faloria has a library and a spa with sauna, Turkish bath, hot tub and massage rooms.The hotel is well connected to the Fassa and Fiemme ski areas. Ski passes are available to purchase from reception.

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