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Skiing in the most beautiful ski resorts of the Dolomites

Located on the sunny side of the Alps, the Dolomites has a ski resort, which is among the best in the world. Black runs, family slopes, floodlit slopes and cool snow parks ... On top of that, the guarantee of snow well into spring and a panoramic view that you can only find skiing in Italy, in the Dolomites.

Skiing in the Dolomites means skiing on the slopes of the Marmolada as well in the many smaller ski resorts, it means action in 30 snow parks, and it also means rustic huts, large sun terraces and cool après-ski, it means experiencing the FIS Ski World Cup up close, and it quite simple means skiing fun without end, in the Dolomites ski areas.

One of the absolute highlights, of course, is the Dolomiti Superski ski carousel: 1 ski pass and more than 1,200 kilometres of slopes with 450 lift facilities - this is not just an advertising slogan, it is actually the world's largest network of lifts and ski slopes. It combines 12 ski resorts, including well-known names such as Cortina d'Ampezzo, Alta Badia, and Plan de Corones, which are among the most renowned winter sports destinations in the Alps.

Queuing at the lifts? Crowds at the downhill? Such words do not exist in the ski resorts of the Dolomites. Instead, there are the most up-to-date lift facilities, perfectly prepared slopes, and fun and games for children in the ski kindergartens and in highly qualified ski schools. On a skiing holiday in the Dolomites, you will only experience amenities that make winter sports dreams come true for every skill level.

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Overview of the most beautiful ski resorts in the Dolomites in Italy

Cortina Ski Resort

Cortina Ski Resort

The tree ski resorts, Faloria Cristallo Mietres, Tofana and Lagazuoi - 5 Torre, with a total of 120 km of ski slopes and 38 lifts, combine to form the Cortina ski resort, which is also part of the Dolomiti Superski ski carousel.  By the way: Cortina d'Ampezzo hosted the Alpine Ski World Cup in 1932 and 1941, and the Winter Olympics in 1956, and in 2021 will once again host a Ski World Championship.
Cortina Ski Resort
Alta Badia Ski Resort

Alta Badia Ski Resort

Alta Badia: a ski resort second to none. But there are more than just "only" the 130 kilometres of ski slopes and 53 lifts at the Alta Badia ski resort available. Alta Badia is located right in the Sella region and therefore has a skiing connection to more than 500 km of ski slopes in Dolomiti Superski and the famous Sellaronda ski tour.
Kronplatz Ski Resort

Kronplatz Ski Resort

One of the most popular skiing mountains in the Dolomites: Kronplatz. This ski resort in the Puster Valley can be reached from four sides.  With 27 blue, 13 red slopes and the famous 'Black Five', there is something for everyone. However, as the majority of the 119 kilometres of ski slopes consist of rather easy slopes, the Plan de Corones ski resort and South Tyrol's number 1 ski mountain are especially attractive for families and beginners.
Val Gardena Ski Resort

Val Gardena Ski Resort

The Val Gardena ski resort, together with the Alpe di Siusi ski resort, offers 175 km of ski slopes and 80 of the most modern lifts. Its connection to the Dolomiti Superski ski carousel, provides more than 500 km of ski slopes. There are countless numbers of slopes for children and adults between Sella and Sciliar. Highly recommended: the ski slopes of the Col Raiser in Santa Cristina and of course the Sellaronda ski tour.
Ski Resort Latemar mit Obereggen-Pampeago-Predazzo

Ski Resort Latemar mit Obereggen-Pampeago-Predazzo

The ski slopes of the Latemar ski resort are located partly in South Tyrol and partly in Trentino. Obereggen is the South Tyrolean access into this alpine mountain world, Pampeago and Predazzo are the access points from neighbouring Trentino. The Latemar ski resort extends from 1,550 to 2,500 m, with almost 50 km of ski slopes, 25% blue slopes, 60% red and 15% black slopes, and therefore guarantees dreamlike conditions the whole season.
Tre Cime Dolomiti Ski Resort

Tre Cime Dolomiti Ski Resort

If you want a family skiing holiday amongst beautiful nature, then Alta Pusteria is the perfect place for you! The Tre Cime Dolomiti ski resort has lots to offer for both beginners and professionals. The 93 km of excellently prepared slopes are accessible with just one ski pass. Whether at the large ski resorts of Monte Elmo, Baranci or Croda Rossa, or at the smaller ski resorts - Alta Pusteria is a dream for skiers.
Carezza Ski Resort

Carezza Ski Resort

The Carezza ski resort in Val d'Ega is a sunny and family-friendly ski resort. Carezza ski, really is a ski resort for the whole family. Due to the different levels of difficulty of the 41 km of ski slopes (55% are classified as easy, 30% medium and 15% difficult), skiers of all levels will get their money’s worth, whether beginner, advanced or professional.
Val di Fiemme Ski Resort

Val di Fiemme Ski Resort

Latemar Ski Center, Bellamonte-Alpe Lusia, Jochgrimm with Lavazèjoch, Alpe Cermis and Rolle Pass - these are the ski resorts in Val di Fiemme that combined offer 100 km of ski slopes, 50 lifts, snow parks and numerous mountain and ski huts, where stopping is a must. The Val di Fiemme-Obereggen ski pass, as well as that of Dolomiti Superski, are both valid for the Fiemme Valley ski resort.
Alpe di Siusi Ski Resort

Alpe di Siusi Ski Resort

In the west of the Sciliar, southeast of Langkofel: surrounded by beautiful scenery, skiing on the Alpe di Siusi on approximately 60 kilometres of slopes, is a very special experience. But beware: the 60 km of slopes is not all, because combined with the Val Gardena ski resort, you have access to 175 km of slopes from the Alpe di Siusi ski resort. With this merger, the Val Gardena / Alpe di Siusi region is the largest ski area in Dolomiti Superski.
Valle Isarco Ski Resort

Valle Isarco Ski Resort

Plose and Gitschberg / Jochtal ski resort: in the Plose ski resort alone, you will find 44 km of wide and sunny ski slopes, including the longest downhill run in South Tyrol. A ski resort, especially recommended for families and leisurely skiers. And in the Gitschberg / Jochtal ski resort, there are 51 well-prepared downhill slopes for ultimate skiing fun, and 3 observation decks for breathtaking views of 500 peaks.
Marmolada Ski Resort

Marmolada Ski Resort

May we introduce you: Her Majesty, the Marmolada, at 3,342 m, the highest peak in the Dolomites. A spectacular cable car brings skiers up in just a few minutes, to the terrace of Punta Rocca with its panoramic views, a, at 3,250 m high. The 12 km ski slope at "La bellunese" is the longest ski run in the Dolomiti Superski. The Marmolada ski resort is also connected to the famous Sellaronda ski tour.
Arabba Ski Resort

Arabba Ski Resort

A ski resort that cannot fail to delight: the Arabba ski resort. The 63 km of ski slopes lie between 1,600 and 2,511 m above sea level, and this alone ensure perfect snow conditions. You can reach Arabba from the slopes of Marmolada. The latter is already a highlight for more demanding skiers.
Val di Fassa Ski Resort

Val di Fassa Ski Resort

With more than 200 km of ski slopes and 83 ski lifts, the ski resorts in Val di Fassa cannot fail to delight. 7 ski resorts are connected to each other: Alpe Lusia ski resort near Moena, Belvedere - Col Rodella ski resort and Buffaure - Ciampac ski resorts, both near Canazei, Carezza ski resort in Trentino-South Tyrol, Vigo di Fassa - Catinaccio ski resort, accessible from Vigo and Pera di Fassa, Fedaia Pass ski resort with the Marmolada ski resort and San Pellegrino ski resort at Falcade.
Skirama Dolomiti Adamello Brenta - Val di Sole Ski Resort

Skirama Dolomiti Adamello Brenta - Val di Sole Ski Resort

Pure skiing pleasure - can also be found in western Trentino, in Skirama Dolomiti Adamello Brenta, which also includes the 3 ski resorts of Val di Sole (the Campiglio-Brenta-Dolomite ski resort, the Pontedilegno Tonale ski resort and the Pejo ski resort) 270 km of pistes offering the most beautiful runs. A real skiing and snowboarding paradise for winter holidaymakers.
Campiglio Dolomiti di Brenta - Val Rendena Ski Resort

Campiglio Dolomiti di Brenta - Val Rendena Ski Resort

Madonna di Campiglio - the pearl of Trentino’s ski resorts - is the central hub of the "Campiglio Dolomiti di Brenta" ski resort, which stretches over Val Rendena and Val di Sole with its 150 kilometres of ski slopes. In Madonna di Campiglio alone, you can enjoy skiing on 42 ski slopes. The Folgarida Marilleva, Madonna di Campiglio and Pinzolo ski resorts are combined.