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Picture yourself skiing in the largest ski area in the world: The Dolomiti Superki ski resort is located in the Italian Alps; in the Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol region.

These 12 ski resorts await you with more than 1,200 km of slopes of ALL levels, 450 ski lifts and 30 snow parks; spread over 50 locations that form a privileged link: the Dolomite mountains.

Did you know that the Dolomites are a UNESCO World Heritage Site? It is a very attractive place for all nature and mountain lovers!

In addition to skiing, Dolomiti Superski offers a variety of activities such as snowshoeing, ice skating, cross-country skiing… Not to mention its selection of restaurants and bars to enjoy the local gastronomy!

Dolomiti Superski is definitely a world-renowned destination due to its sheer size, a wide range of ski slopes and activities, as well as its natural beauty. Ready to ski Dolomiti Superski with Esquiades.com?

Why should you book ski Dolomiti Superski?

If you're a passionate skier, you already know that choosing the right ski resort is crucial to making sure you have a great winter holiday. Dolomiti Superski is an excellent option for lovers of skiing, snow, mountains and nature.

The ski area is made up of 12 interconnected ski areas in the Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol region, in the Italian Alps. Each one has its own personality! Stay tuned to find out about each of the different ski resorts:

1. Val di Fassa/Carezza: With 120 km of slopes, this ski resort is located in the heart of the Dolomites and has 4 valleys and 7 peaks. It is ideal for intermediate skiers and offers a wide variety of slopes. It has some of the most famous slopes in the region! Like the “La Volata” World Cup slope in Ciampac, the “Rodella Descent” speed slope in Campitello and the night ski slope in Alba.

2. Alpe Lusia/San Pellegrino : With 72 km of slopes, this resort is ideal for beginner skiers and has some smooth and well-groomed slopes, as well as one of the longest slopes in the region, the "Lusia Grande". Its atmosphere is very familiar and close! It also has one of the longest tracks in the region.

3. Arabba/Marmolada: With 62 km of slopes, this resort is popular among expert skiers due to its challenging and technical slopes, such as the famous "Bellunese" slope that descends the northern slope of the Marmolada. We're sure you will be amazed by the breathtaking views while skiing the Dolomites!

4. Cortina d'Ampezzo: Known as "the crown jewel of the Dolomites", this resort is one of the most famous in the region and has a wide variety of slopes for all skill levels. It offers more than 120 km of slopes, some of the most famous are "Olimpia delle Tofane", which hosts the Women's Alpine Ski World Cup, and the "Lago di Ghedina" cross-country ski trail.

5. Plan de Corones/Kronplatz: This ski area is known for its modern facilities and wide, well-groomed slopes. Among its 120 km of slopes, you should definitely not miss out on  “Black Five” and “Erta”. Don't forget to bring your sledge, as the resort offers a special 7-kilometre track!

6. Alta Badia: This resort is famous for its cross-country ski trails and has many slopes for intermediate and advanced skiers, as well as some easy tracks for those who are just beginning to slide down the snow. Does the name “Big Laughter” ring a bell? It has been featured in the Men's Alpine Ski World Cup. Here are 130 km of slopes to enjoy!

7. Val Gardena/Alpe di Siusi: With 175 km of slopes, it is one of the largest resorts in the area. It is ideal for skiers of all levels and has a wide variety of slopes as well as stunning views of the Dolomites. Some of the most famous tracks include the "Seceda", the "Saslong" and the "Ciampinoi".

8. Val di Fiemme/Obereggen: If you are looking for an ideal resort for families with slopes for beginners and intermediate skiers… This is your option! You have 110 km of slopes, our recommendations are "Olimpia" and "Latermar". It also has a 1.5 km toboggan run. The little ones love it!

9. San Martino di Castrozza/Passo Rolle: It is known for its impressive views and has slopes for skiers of all levels. Here is one of the most challenging tracks on Sunday, “Tognola Uno”! By the way, you can't miss its snowpark either.

10. Civetta: – In the Veneto region, the Civetta resort is known for its wide slopes and stunning scenery. It has 80 km of slopes for all levels, from beginners to experts. Its best-known slopes are "Tombola", "Tutt'amont" and "Fedare 2".

11. Gitschberg Jochtal: With 55 km of slopes, this resort is ideal for beginners and intermediate skiers and has some easy, well-groomed slopes as well as some more challenging slopes. Some of the most famous tracks include the "Gitschberg", the "Jochtal" and the "Latsch".

12. 3 Zinnen Dolomites: Rock formations await you in the mountains of the Trentino-Alto Adige region. This resort connects 5 towns as well as 5 mountains by chairlifts and cable cars. It offers 115 skiable km and everything you need! From magnificent slopes, modern ski lifts, fresh air to breathtaking views.

Would you like more information about Dolomiti Superski? Keep on reading, we are just getting started!

What to do in Dolomiti Superski?

In addition to skiing and snowboarding, Dolomiti Superski resort offers a wide range of winter activities. Some of the most popular ones include::

Snowshoeing: Would you like to see the mountain from another perspective? Then snowshoeing is one of the most popular activities in Dolomiti Superski; enjoy scenic routes through snow-covered forests, meadows and mountains. One of the most recommended snowshoeing routes is the  "Route of the Three Peaks" (Drei Zinnen), which is located in the Sesto Dolomites ski resort. You will be able to enjoy spectacular views of the famous Three Peaks of Lavaredo, which are iconic peaks of the Dolomites. The route starts at the Auronzo refuge and follows a well-marked path that surrounds the Three Peaks.

Ice Skating: Several of the towns and ski resorts in the region offer ice skating rinks. Generally, outdoor natural tracks are used. Many offer skate rentals, night lighting and music to make the experience unforgettable!

Tobogganing: in most areas of the ski resort you will find toboggan runs. The exact number may vary depending on the season, you can rent a sledge or go with your own. But there's more than just hitting the snow with your old-fashioned sledge: 

- Dog sledding

- Horse-drawn sleighs

- Tobogganing

Paragliding: This definitely is a unique experience for adrenaline junkies. In case you0've never heard about it, paragliding is a form of flight in which you use a special glider and take off from a mountain or hill to fly into the air. In this ski resort of the Italian Alps it is famous to practice paragliding in Val di Femme, you will find paragliding schools and services that offer tandem flights with instructors. The panoramic views are just spectacular!

Ice-climbing: if you are into challenges… Dolomiti Superski has several ice-climbing areas that are quite popular. One of the best-known areas for Ice-climbing is Val di Fassa. The icefalls in Val di Fassa vary in height and difficulty, offering options for climbers of all experience levels, from beginner to expert. This type of activity requires a good knowledge of ice climbing techniques, as well as the proper equipment, including crampons, ice axes, harnesses, and other safety items. We recommend climbing with guides and experts!

Curling: Curling, a favourite winter sport among Canadians and Scandinavians, is a game in which two teams compete to slide granite stones along an ice rink, with the aim of placing them as close as possible to a circular target called a "house". In Dolomiti Superski, there are several curling slopes that offer the opportunity to enjoy this sport in a spectacular alpine setting. It is ideal to practice with family or friends! It is usually practised on specially prepared ice rinks, with curling stones and other equipment provided by winter sports centres or local facilities.

Looking for a family ski holiday at Dolomiti Superski with children?

The youngest will also have a great time and fun experience at the Dolomiti Superski ski resort. They have activities designed especially for children! As for ski slopes, it has a wide variety of green and blue slopes, which are ideal for beginners and children who are learning to ski. Its paths are smoother and easier. In case you were wondering: Are there any ski schools? Obviously, the answer is yes! Dolomiti Superski has numerous ski schools offering qualified ski instructors who teach children how to ski safely and in a fun way!

If you are looking for a place where your little ones can stay while you hit the slopes and discover the mountains, you will love to hear that many ski areas in Dolomiti Superski have snow gardens. They have special facilities, such as conveyor belts and soft obstacles, which allow children to enjoy activities such as sledding or building snowmen. And also with the nursery!  Overall, Dolomiti Superski ski resort is ideal for families with children. The little ones will learn to ski in no time! In addition, you will have the pleasure of living a unique winter experience in the majestic mountains of the Dolomites.

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Did you know that on Esquiades.com you can choose from a wide selection of hotels and apartments all over the Dolomiti Superski ski resort?

Should you have any questions or need further assistance to plan your ski holiday to Dolomiti Superski, do not hesitate to contact our Customer Service 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We'll be happy to help you organize your next ski holiday.

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