• Ski From Resort-To-Resort Across The Dolomites

    No two days of skiing are ever the same!

    One of the best ways to explore the Dolomites in winter is on a Dolomites Ski Safari. On these multi-day trips, you will ski from resort-to-resort, aided by ski lifts.
    You’ll move from valley to valley each day on skis, enjoying different accommodations. Each evening you’ll experience the welcoming atmosphere of hotels and Dolomites huts where you can savor the excellent culture and unique cuisine.

    • LENGTH: 7 days long, but it is possible to organize shorter Ski Safari (from 2 to 6 days).
    • NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: from 1 to max 6 people.
    • PERIOD: all winter.
    • Other Ski Safari in the Dolomites are possible, ask us for more information!

    Ski Safari Dolomites
    Ski Safari Map

    Your arrival in Italy

    If you need a trasfer from the Airport to Bolzano, no problem, we will arrange it for you.

    The day before

    We will meet you at your accommodation for a trip briefing and to check all the equipment.

    Day 1 (from Bolzano to Sella Pass)

    Starting from Bolzano, we’ll reach Castelrotto by skibus in about 40 minutes. Here it is
    possible to rent skies by the local shop of the “RENT AND GO”. By cableway we’ll come up
    to the “Alpe di Siusi”. We firstly go through the ski area of Siusi, coming down to the
    Gardena valley, and go over all its slopes up to the Sella Pass. Overnight stay at the
    wonderful mountain refuge “Valentini”, one of the oldest refuges of the Dolomites.

    Day 2 (from Sella Pass to Marmolada)

    This is a long day of your Ski Safari in the Dolomites. Downhill to the Pian dei Schiavaneis,
    uphill to the Pordoj Pass. Downhill to Arabba, uphill to the Padon Pass. Downhill to the
    Malga Ciapela and uphill by cableway to the top of the Marmolada, the highest prak of the
    Dolomites. After it, the longest slope of the Dolomites (2100 m) up to the characteristic village of Sottoguda , to the guest house “La Montanara”if available, or by ski bus up to Alleghe.

    Day 3 (from Marmolada to Cortina)

    Ski safari day on the Civetta ski areas. From Alleghe, uphill to the ski central district of the
    “Civetta” and crossing downhill towards Selva di Cadore. By ski bus to the ski resort of the
    Averau and downhill through the Cinque Torri slopes. By ski bus to Cortina, overnight at the
    Hotel Villa Neve or other accommodations by request.

    Day 4 (Ski in the three ski areas of Cortina)

    This Ski Safari day is dedicated to the three ski areas of Cortina d’Ampezzo.
    We’ll start with “Le Tofane Area”,ì with the famous “black run”; the we will spend the afternoon in the Faloria area and then in the Cristallo area. Finally, we’ll go back to Cortina to the same accomodation of the previous day.

    Day 5 (from Cortina to the Badia valley)

    Skibus from Cortina up to the Falzarego Pass. Uphill over the Lagazuoi peak and downhill
    on the long slope to the Capanna Alpina. By ski, we’ll be pulled by horses up to the ski-lifts
    of Badia Valley and will pass through the whole ski area of Cherz-Pralongià-Piz la Ila, skiing
    downhill to La Villa over the amazing slope of the Gran Risa. Uphill to the Gardenaccia and
    downhill to Pedraces. Uphill to the ancient Sanctuary of Sasc dl Crusc, with overnight at the
    renaissance gothic building of Rifugio S.Croce in Badia.

    Day 6 (from Badia Valley to Fassa Valley)

    The Ski Safari of today begin with the long downhill to Pedraces and through several slopes
    up to Corvara. Uphill over the Gardena Pass and downhill to Selva in Gardena Valley. Uphill
    over the Ciampinoi mount and then the Sella Pass (the focus of this ski safari in the Dolomites). From here, directly downhill to the village of Canazei in Fassa Valley. By skibus up to Alba di Canazei and than uphill over the Collac. Downhill in Giumela Valley, uphill to the Buffaure and downhill to the village of Pozza di Fassa.

    Day 7 (from the Fassa valley come back at Bolzano)

    This is the last Ski Safari day! Uphill to the ski-resort of Predazzo, than downhill to the
    Pampeago ski area. On several slopes we will pass through this ski area up to Obereggen.
    Return by ski bus to Bolzano in about 40 minutes.

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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.