Ski resorts in Italy
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. Four of the 12 ski resorts actually belong to the Trentino region: Val di Fassa - Carezza, Val di Fiemme-Obereggen, Tre Valli and San Martino di Castrozza - Passo Rolle.
Alpe di Siusi
Europe’s largest plateau at the foot of the Sciliar massif can only be described as a paradise for beginners and family members as its gently rolling slopes exposed to the sun are a real winner. Modern technology brings you to the dreamy and romantic world of small mountain huts set in a landscape surely without rival. A real family treat!
Alta Badia in the winter: a skier's paradise in the heart of the Sella Ronda as well as a favourite destination for many winter sports enthusiasts. Fast and comfortable ski lift connections, well groomed slopes and the spaciousness of the ski area allow you to enjoy pleasant and safe skiing days.
In the Alta Pusteria, winter reveals its most pleasant face. At an altitude of between 1,150 and 1,310 m (3,450 and 3,930 ft) and situated on the southern slopes of the Alps, the region is able to guarantee the best that winter holidays can offer: lots of snow and sun. 5 delightful mountain villages where warm welcomes and keen hospitality are the order of the day. A magical winter break is yours for the taking.! This wide expansive valley at the foot of Tre Cime is enjoyed by all: families, boarders, fun seekers and expert skiers.
Arabba / Sellaronda - A charming small village
The Sella Ronda, the largest inter-linked area on the huge Dolomiti Superski lift pass, it also provides lift-linked access into the valleys of Alta Badia; famous Val Gardena with Selva, St Christina and St Ulrich and the upper section of the Val di Fassa - Canazei and Campitello.
One of the oldest ski areas of the Dolomites with a rich tradition welcomes you to a fun-filled holiday, where sun and snow are guaranteed. Carezza Ski at Karerpass... at the foot of the Rosengarten-Latemar mountain range! This Dolomite landscape at Karersee lake nestled between Rosengarten and Latemar is a rare jewel with its pale mountains glowing as the sun sets in the distance. It is an ideal place for sun worshipers who will be stunned by its beauty and charm. With eight sunshine hours every winter day, Carezza-Karersee counts among the sunniest ski areas of South Tyrol.
Civetta - Marmolada - The Queen of Dolomites
Civetta is situated in the heart of the Veneto Dolomites in the South-East of the Dolomiti Superski area. 25 lifts and 90 km of slopes for skiers of all levels. The ski resort is surrounded by breathtaking nature and mountain scenery. Civetta belongs to the one of the most beautiful ski-carousels in all The Dolomites - Sellaronda.
Cortina is a wonderful resort in the heart of the Dolomites with the most dramatic scenery. There is a good quantity of well-maintained slopes; marvelous nursery slopes, good long runs for intermediates and access to the vast Dolomiti Ski Pass area. Cortina D'AmpezzoCortina was the home of the first Winter Olympics in Italy and today is still the host of many international ski events.
Kronplatz - great for families
Kronplatz with its 2,275 meters high summit is visible from every vantage point in the valley. Pure and simple, Kronplatz is one of the major skiing areas in South Tyrol. In the valley and on the slope: fun, great atmosphere, traditional mountain huts, regional delicacies, relaxing après-ski.
48 km of action-packed slopes in the snow await you. Athletic skiers will have the time of their lives at the foot of the Latemar. The slopes are not too steep, but they are long and branched. You will never get bored, because the landscape and goals are so diverse. The two ski areas Pampeago and Predazzo start where these slopes end, and so it will take a while before you get to the end of your slope extravaganza.
San Martino di Castrozza has preserved all the spirit and charm of an elegant and lively "Alpine capital". San Martino boasts over 60 km of slopes between 1,404 m and 2,357m, served by 25 ski lifts; one cable car, 2 automatic coupling cabin lifts, 15 chairlifts and 7 drag lifts.
Tre Valli - Very good value
Tre Valli ski resort consists of three parts: San Pellegrino Pass, Moena - Alpe di Lusia and Falcade, it belongs to The Dolomiti Superski Area and offers over 100 km of perfectly prepared ski trails (altitude 1100 m - 2500 m). Tre Valli is one of the widest, most exciting and best equipped ski areas in the Dolomites.
Val Di Fassa - The biggest choice of ski areas
Val di Fassa lies in the heart of the eastern Dolomites, surrounded by Roda di Vael and the Catinaccio, the majestic peaks of Sassolungo and the massive bulk of Sella and the Marmolada. The choice of ski areas suitable for families with children is ample and includes, in particular, San Pellegrino, Catinaccio, Buffaure and Ciampac.
Val Gardena not only has written history due to its winter sports champions, but today it is still the annual meeting point of the world's elite.
With its connection to Dolomiti Superski, the world's largest ski carousel and the nearby Alpe di Siusi, it is the eldorado for all winter sports lovers. With the Skipass Dolomiti Superski you have access to all lift facilities in the Dolomites with 500 km interconnected slopes surrounding the Sella Group and a total of 1.220 km slopes in 12 zones. Low and steep pistes, easy and extreme downhill runs. The most modern lift facilities and romantic alpine hut experiences. There are many surprises and offers waiting for you!
More and more skiers are opting for small, manageable ski areas over enormous ski resorts. For some, the choice is based on the unspoiled environment; for others it is the advantage of not encountering queues at the lifts. Perfectly groomed slopes, stunning Alpine panoramas, and cosy mountain lodges coalesce here, on the sun-blessed ski mountains of Plose and Gitschberg Jochtal. The ski areas are ideal for beginners and experts, freestylers and families alike.