.

  • The best Ski Tours in The Dolomites

    Stay far away from the crowds and enjoy the amazing descents!
  • Sella Ronda: Four Dolomite passes ski tour

    The diary of a skier could not be completed without experiencing the amazing Sella Ronda, the best-known ski tour of the Alps. It is a 40 km (24 Miles) panoramic tour including 26 km of trails (16 Miles). The Sella mountain group circuit, goes over 4 passes: Pordoi, Sella, Gardena and Campolongo, and it goes through the following 4 Ladin valleys: Fassa (Trentino), Gardena (Sudtirol), Badia (Sudtirol) and Arabba (Veneto). Here you will find an endless number of slopes, medium difficulty, as well as some advanced runs, all connected by modern ski lifts. This tour can be comfortably completed in 5-6 hours, even by less experienced skiers. Think of spending a whole day on the slopes, without ever taking off your skis, without ever skiing the same run twice… It is a dream comes true. You spend all day above 2.000m, where the splendid views of the Dolomites are simply breathtaking. You can start the tour from any of the 4 valleys. The important thing is to set off no later than 10.00 a.m. From the Fassa valley you can choose among the following starting points: Canazei-Belvedere or Campitello-Col Rodella. The circuit is accessible in both directions, and colour coded signposts will guide you round, orange for clockwise, and green for anti-clockwise.

  • Gourmet Skitour Santa Croce, Alta Badia

    Dolomites, without a doubt the Santa Croce ski tour holds pride of place, by taking you from Col Alto or Piz Sorega to Santa Croce, without taking off your skis, thanks to the Colz chair lift in the centre of La Villa. With its easy to medium difficulty ski slopes, it is ideal for both families and skiers who want to spend a relaxing day at one with the nature and culture of our valley.  Kissed by the sun all winter long, this gastronomic tour offers breath-taking views of Ladin hollows and hamlets. Furthermore, the parish church of Badia, the birthplace of Saint Freinademetz and the traditional “viles” as well as the Fussé, Coz and Pransarores hamlets worthwile to be seen just before reaching Santa Croce church at the foot of the mountain holding the same name. Culinary delicacies will not be in short supply at any of the mountain huts within the Santa Croce Skitour area. You can taste local specialities along the whole route, at the eight Alpine huts included in the singular Gourmet SKITOUR. Each Alpine hut is, in fact, specialized in the attractive presentation of various dishes that will be served with excellent South Tyrol wines. The eight family-owned Alpine huts have all the characteristics that make this lovely region such a pleasure to visit: a warm welcome by genuinely friendly staff and lovely Ladin décor. All enhanced by an excellent quality and an exceptional value for money.

  • Olimpia Ski Tour, Cortina D’Ampezzo

    In 1956 the Winter Olympic Games took place in Cortina d’Ampezzo: it was the first Olympic game to be broadcasted on TV, and since then the prestige of Cortina has grown more and more.
 The Ampezzo ski area, with 140 km slopes, is a real paradise for skiers.
The Olimpia Skitour is the tour of the Ampezzo valley, that can be done in one or two days. 
Start from the Tofane, and face the first black track at Forcella Rossa, and then the Olympic descent from Pomedes to Rumerlo close to the refuge Duca D’Aosta. Now you can choose among different slope: Canalone, Cacciatori, Labirinti or Vertigine Bianca. This way you reach the other slope of the valley, and go up reaching to Faloria, at more than 2000 metres above sea level. There you will find the long Vitelli track, where the Olympic giant slalom took place.
Then you can face Stratondi, Canalone Franchetti, Tondi normale and Slittone tracks.
Skiers who want to continue can move to the Lagazuoi-Cinque Torri district and from Passo Falzarego cover the “Skitour Panorama Romantico”.

  • “The Great War” Ski Tour

    The First World War is the theme of this tour and in spite of the serious subject there is an optimistic tone. In fact, those who are familiar with the grandiose alpine landscape of the Dolomites will tell you the meaning of the word freedom. Austrian mountain troops and the German Alpine corps along with the Italian ‘Alpini’ were present here from May 1915 until November 1917, engaged in a bitter struggle for survival. At the epicentre of the fighting, Col di Lana, the tour passes under the cliff walls of those famed peaks like Civetta, Monte Pelmo, Tofana, Lagazuoi, Conturines, Settsass, Sassongher, Sella and Marmolada. We’re talking about a day out on those breathtakingly beautiful slopes for all the family. The run from Lagazuoi to Armentarola and the Punta Rocca run (over the Marmolada glacier towards Malga Ciapela) are particularly spectacular. In fact the Civetta skiing resort is a frequent and superlative starting point. You can also set off on your tour from S. Cassiano, Corvara, Arabba and Malga Ciapela.