Dolomiti Superski

1,200 km of snow-sure pistes in 12 valleys with over 450 lifts, 400 ski huts on the edge of the pistes, 24 snow parks, and all of that at altitudes ranging from 1,500 - 3,200 m - that's what makes up a ski holiday in the "Dolomiti Superski" region! The best part: this incredible offer is available to enjoy with just one lift pass. Discover this first-class, superlative ski area while staying at one of our accommodations.

The Dolomiti Superski Region

Why not experience the gorgeous views of the Dolomiti Superski region firsthand? The extensive area of the Dolomites provides for breathtaking views and all sorts of winter sporting opportunities. When skiing with the "Dolomiti Superski" lift pass, you'll be riding in a world heritage region. The Dolomites have been on the UNESCO list since 2009. With 3,342 m, the Marmolada mountain has the highest peak in the UNESCO world heritage site and is rightfully referred to as "The Queen of the Dolomites". The sight of jagged crags and colossal mountain massifs is just as available to enjoy with the lift pass as the numerous, famous pistes: the world championship runs in Gröden, Alta Badia, and Cortina d'Ampezzo, the Trametsch on the Plose, the longest run in South Tyrol, the "La Bellunese" at the Marmolada glacier, and, of course, the popular Sella Ronda are all part of it.

Skiing in the Dolomiti Superski Region

Cortina d’Ampezzo, Plan de Corones, Alta Badia, Gröden, the Seiser Alm, Fassatal/Karerpass, Arabba/Marmolada, the Sextner Dolomites, Val di Fiemme/Obereggen, San Martino di Castrozza/Passo Rolle-Pass, Eisacktal, Trevalli and Civetta – those are the ski areas that have been exciting winter sports fans all over the world for decades while guaranteeing pure skiing happiness. These areas are also included in the "Dolomiti Superski" lift pass. Here, you'll find a selection of pistes with 85% being blue or red that speak to winter sports fans of all ability levels. Families and beginners, as well as experts, will have the chance to train and improve their skiing skills. For real experts, there are tricky black pistes as well as an excellent freeride area available for all sorts of diverse fun.

Further Activities in the Dolomiti Superski Region

Would you rather make your way back down to the valley along a safe, secure toboggan run? Or discover nature along a snowshoe hike? Along with skiing and snowboarding, there are plenty of other lovely activities to enjoy in the Dolomites. With hiking trails for all skill levels, you can plan extended routes and brave the snowy trails. Ice skating is also a tradition in this region and can be enjoyed both indoors and outdoors. With the Marmolada cable car, a panorama terrace with fantastic 360° views can also be reached in just a few minutes.

Long story short: we can only think of good reasons to take your next ski holiday to South Tyrol - discover this superlative lift pass network!
Dolomiti Superski
Dolomiti Superski