“Sellaronda” – this is how the most popular ski route in the Dolomites is called. This route surmounts four mountain passes and connects the Dolomite valleys of Val Gardena, Alta Badia, Arabba and Val di Fassa. It includes about 40 km of slopes and lift facilites and can easily be accomplished in one day, even if it requires a minimum of fitness! This ski route is easily accessible via Selva Gardena, Corvara, Canazei or Arabba. However, you can ski around the Sella mountain group clockwise (orange indications) or counter clockwise (green indications). More informations >>
Queen of the Dolomites and Snow Queen? Cortina has all the credentials to be crowned the winter sports paradise par excellence, a location unrivalled by any other.
120 Km of slopes, sunshine 8 days out of 10 and snow cover guaranteed on 95% of slopes. As if that wasn’t enough, it’s all crowned by spectacular scenery. More informations >>
Mont Elmo & Sesto
The skiing region Sesto Dolomites is an insider’s tip in South Tyrol. Not too crowded and in the middle of the UNESCO World Heritage of the Dolomites enthrals visitors with its perfectly prepared 93 km of pistes for all abilities, guaranteed snow and stunning views.
NEW: Every 30 minutes the Ski Val Pusteria express train connects the skiing region Sesto Dolomites and the Plan de Corones. Comprehensive access to over 200 km of pistes! Direct train connections between the lower cable car station Monte Elmo in Versciaco/San Candido and the lower cable car station Ried-Plan de Corones in Perca. More informations >>