• Skiing On The World's Most Beautiful Mountains

    Plan your stay and visit a new Ski Resort every day!

    Imagine yourself skiing down on snow covered and sun-kissed slopes with the watching eye of the colossal Dolomite mountains focussed on you. Nature at its very best whichever way you turn. Dolomiti Superski guarantees you 12 different ski areas and 1.200 km of perfectly prepared snow covered slopes with just a single skipass! And after a long ski day why not take advantage of the wonderful hospitality on offer in the mountain huts and the exclusive hotels of the area? We really know how to spoil you!

    Ski Area Cortina d’Ampezzo
    Ski Area Plan de Corones Kronplatz
    Ski Area Alta Badia
    Ski Area Val Gardena
    Ski Area Alpe di Siusi
    Ski Area Val di Fassa
    Ski Area Carezza
    Ski Area Arabba
    Ski Area Marmolada: Skiing on the “Queen”
    Ski Area Sextner Dolomiten
    Ski Area Val di Fiemme – Obereggen
    Ski Area San Martino di Castrozza/Rolle Pass
    Ski Area Valle Isarco
    Ski Area Alpe Lusia – San Pellegrino
    Ski Area Civetta


    Trametsch ski run (Area Plose/Bressanone)

    Region: South Tyrol – Location: Plose – Level: difficult – Altitude at departure: 2400 m – arrival altitude: 1000 m – Vertical drop: 1400 m – Length: 9000 m – Artificial snow: yes.
With its 9 km (5,5 Miles) it is the longest ski slope in South Tyrol. Valley Station: S. Andrea at Brixen.

    Herrnegg ski run (Area Plan de Corones)

    Region: South Tyrol – Location: Brunico – Level: difficult 
Starting altitude: 2273 m – arrival altitude: 975 m – Vertical drop: 1298 m
Length: 5100 m – Artificial snow: yes.
Very steep and with a 68% gradient. Valley Station: Riscone

    Prati di Croda Rossa – Holzweise (Sesto Area)

    Holzweise is a 700 m long popular ski run in Prati di Croda Rossa resort (in Sesto town). An impressive 71% gradient makes the Holzweise the steepest slope in South Tyrol. This is why it is considered a test of courage! Valley station: Moso (Sesto Area)

    Raut Ski run – Elmo Mount (Sesto Area)

    This magnificent ski run on the north side of the Elmo Mount in Sesto (Alta Pusteria) is equally beautiful and outstanding, but so far rather unknown. Perfectly prapared slopes lead to Versciaco Valley Station. Length 1.9 km (1,2 Miles). Vertical drop: 560 meters.

    Gran Risa – Alta Badia

    Do not miss the popular World Cup run in La Villa, where every December the World Cup Giant Slalom takes place, while the rest of the season, this ski track is available for ski lovers. 1,5 km length (1,2 Miles), 644 meters of vertical drop – Valley Station: La Villa.

    “De Mesdì” Valley (Dolomites)

    It is the ski track for free-riders per excellence. Departure from Pordoi station by Pordoi cableway. Valley Station: Pordoipass.

    Pordoischarte (Dolomites)

    The most spectacular ski track for freeriders in the Dolomites: 700 meters of vertical drop.

    The Saslong ski run – Gardena Valley

    It is one of the great classic ski run of the World Cup. Length: 3.5 km (2,2 Miles) – Vertical drop: 840 meters. An impressive 57% gradient. However, the real attractions are the famous “Gobbe del Cammello” (Camel Humps). A real challenge even for the most experienced skiers – Valley Station: S. Cristina.

    The Ciampac ski run

    The black Ciampac ski run is one of the most famous of the Val di Fassa valley, often used for international Super G and Women’s Giant Slalom races. This quite technical trail has some difficult steep pitches and is 2550 meters long. The trail starts at an altitude of 2160 meters, but thanks to a 34% average slope gradient and a vertical drop of 660 meters you can reach the bottom in no time, at an altitude of 1550 meters, right in the center of Canazei.

    The Olimpia ski run (Fiemme Valley)

    This trail is a must if you choose to ski in the Val di Fiemme valley: the black Olimpia ski run starts on the Alpe del Cermis and is 7500 meters long, with an astonishing 1350 meters vertical drop. The trail winds mainly through the forest and has some steep pitches that are quite challenging: one of them reaches a slope gradient of 50 degrees. Between one steep pitch and the other there are level stretches where you can slow down and have the chance to admire the wonderful scenery. The trail is divided into three sections: Olimpia 1, Olimpia 2 and Olimpia 3; and is always in perfect conditions during the whole season.

    The Agnello ski run(Fiemme Valley)

    The Agnello ski run is on the Alpe di Pampeago, in the Val di Fiemme valley; you can reach it taking the 4-seater chairlift. With its many steep pitches, moguls and long schusses, this trail guarantees exciting races to skiers of every level. Its northerly exposure guarantees perfect snow conditions during the whole ski season, and in fact this trail is often selected for competitions. This black ski run is 2550 m long and has a vertical drop of about 400 meters.

    The Col Margherita ski run

    The ski run Col Margherita starts at an altitude of 2500 meters, at the top of the San Pellegrino Pass. This exciting trail, always snow covered thanks to its northerly exposure, is almost 3 km long, has a vertical drop of 650 meters and some steep pitches that less experienced skiers can avoid taking alternative routes. The first section of the trail runs under the Pale di San Martino, the last runs in front of the Costabella and the Marmolada.

    The Armentarola ski run

    The Armentarola is a red ski run for intermediate skiers. This wonderful 6 km long descent, with a vertical drop of 1130 meters, runs through a breathtaking scenery and frozen waterfalls. The trail, connecting the Lagazuoi of Cortina d’Ampezzo and the Val Badia valley, has some steep and shadowy stretches. At the end of the trail a horse-drawn sleigh will take you near the hotel. From there you can take the ski lift to the Alta Badia ski area, or the shuttle bus back to the Falzarego Pass.

    La Bellunese ski run

    The ski run La Bellunese, on the Marmolada, is the most famous and spectacular trail of the Alps. This is a record trail, both for its length (12 km) and for its vertical drop: more than 1000 meters. It starts from Punta Rocca (3270 meters), runs through the Marmolada glacier down to the Fedaia Pass and ends at Malga Ciapela (1446 meters). Even if not particularly difficult, this trail is certainly one of the most fascinating.

    The Forcella Rossa ski run

    The Forcella Rossa is a ski run in the area of the Tofane, in Cortina d’Ampezzo. It’s an extremely spectacular and difficult trail, for expert skiers only, where women’s World Cup races take place. The first section of the trail runs through rocky spurs and canyons with many variations of slope gradient down to the original section of the Forcella Rossa: long and steep pitches that only expert skiers should tackle and a final level stretch leading to Rumerlo or to the center of the village.

    Sella Ronda

    Dolomites Ski Schools

    Well-trained ski instructors will teach beginner and advanced skiers how to ski with professionalism, by being fully available and by combining years of experience with the most innovative, modern and successful approach to ski teaching.
Dolomites Ski schools offer private lessons as well as group lessons for adults and children according to their skiing ability level.

    Nighttime Skiing!

    An evening with a difference appealing to all. As long shadows settle across the slopes and the fading light makes of the mountain tops provocative shapes the night skiers prepare for action.
It really is a different experience to ski under the stars in the sky and for your skis to grip the crystal formation below your feet. The very silence of the mountain tops will stay long in your mind and the whole experience is a memorable one conjuring up strong emotions.
Mountain magic day and night!
    Here in the 12 valleys of Dolomiti Superski there is the opportunity to ski of an evening! 10 floodlit slopes open from 7.00 pm to 10 or 11 pm ensure that you will never be short of ski time and for your fun and competitive spirit evening competitions are organised too. Dolomiti Superski multi day and season skipasses include use of the lift systems of an evening too without any additional cost. Don’t miss out on this chance to ski away the evening. The stars are shining for you! 


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Which are the closest airports in the area?

The closest airport are Innsbruck (125Km) and Verona (143km).

Do i need travel insurance?

We recommended getting a travel insure policy which cover you for all medical expenses(including repatriention) and any expensive items you bring away with you such as laptops, smartphone, photo cameras, tablets, etc. Travel insurance should be taken out at the time of booking in case you have to cancel out travel because of unforeseen events.

What's the opening period of mountain huts?

During summer season, they open approximately their doors on the 10th of June and close them on the 25th of September. These dates depend on weather conditions.

Is it necessary to bring your own sleeping bag in mountain huts?

No. Usually the beds in the mountain huts have got a blanket and a quilt. Anyways it is better to ask for more information to the mountain hut.

Are there showers in mountain huts?

Usually the room has a shared shower, just a few rooms have a private shower. Using the shower has normally a cost because the water in the mountain huts is precious and it runs frequently out.

Do I need to book in forehand a room in a mountain hut?

No, but is highly recommended. Otherwise it is better to arrive early in the afternoon in order to have a better chance of getting the room.