Dolomiti Superski


Dolomiti Superski – huge is not big enough

There is plenty of fun to be had in the mountains, but if you want an unforgettable dream holiday, choose Dolomiti Superski: a mountain of wonder in the heart of the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site, which is located in the north-eastern part of Italy. Magnificent views around, 450 uphill facilities, 1,200 km of perfect slopes in 12 alpine valleys, prepared daily, 8 days of sunshine out of every 10. This is the perfect location for all those who love to have real ski journeys from one valley to the next, literally without taking off their skis. Dolomiti Superski makes this possible thanks to the network of lifts and slopes that link skiing areas together and thanks to the Dolomiti Superski Skipass, that allows to use all 450 lifts in all 12 valleys all in one.

Guaranteed snow

In the area of Dolomiti Superski, the snow is guaranteed, thanks to the ultr- modern and powerful snowmaking systems, built up throughout 44 years of experience in the world of ski tourism. Snowmaking is handled by highly qualified staff who have gained significant hands on experience over the years and most of the work takes place during the night and as such is not immediately understood or appreciated by all. A thorough preparation and constant maintenance of the slopes is required. Once the great whale like accumulations of snow are ready the 320 snowcats enter into action so as to smooth the snow over the slopes and create a base layer of at least 40 cm. And the skiers nearly don’t realize all the work behind the scenes but just enjoy perfect slopes every single morning of the winter season.

High altitude cuisine!

Dolomiti Superski covers over 3,000 km2, taking in 2 regions (Trentino-South Tyrol and Veneto) and 3 provinces (Trento, Bolzano, Belluno). In addition to all the great characteristics that these 12 valleys have to offer, there is also the cuisine – varied, traditional and cosmopolitan. We can count 5 distinct gastronomic cuisine cultures which give rise to splendid dishes: Trentin, Tyrolean, Ladin, Veneto, Mediterranean. Their presence surely makes the Dolomites a pleasure for the palate, rich of flavours and variety, and with just a little attention the skier can come to sample an array of dishes on his or her skiing holiday. There are the surprising number of 400 mountain huts to be found along the 1,200 km of slopes which make up the Dolomiti Superski carousel. Temptation is indeed strong to stop a while and choose a speciality or two and of course to relax and take in the fantastic views from the sunny Alpine terraces. In addition, the Dolomiti Superski area is among those with the highest density of Michelin-starred restaurants in Italy, with 14 one or two stars awarded maisons in different villages of the Dolomites.

The real alpine wellness

The phenomenon has developed to such an extent that today it is quite common to find a small wellness area of undoubted quality even in a 3 star hotel. And then we have the other extreme in some 4 and 5 star hotels where the Wellness Centre can take up  more than 1,000 m2. In recent years even the treatments have taken on an Alpine style in both types of treatment and in products. Areas may even be lined in pinewood and other finishings originating from local raw material. Product ranges also embrace  produce found nearby such as grape, mountain pine, forest frits, and even Dolomite rock. The connection between the local economy and local sourcing has never been clearer.


Come and learn more about some of our 12 skiing areas and, who knows, you may just fall in love with them!

South Tyrol’s skiing mountain The Kronplatz is the best destination for enthusiastic skiers thanks to its 119 km of slopes and the famous  ‘Black Five’ descents. The Snowpark is one of the best in the Dolomites and the MMM Corones, by Reinhold Messner, is a veritable attraction. The skiing offer doesn’t stop here thanks to the short bus and cable car connections to the Sellaronda and the Tre Cime.  



Alta Badia lies in the heart of the Dolomites, and is the ideal holiday destination if you want to explore the Dolomites on your skis. Unique Dolomite landscapes, the direct connection to 500 km of carefully groomed slopes, modern and safe lift facilities and delicious food: Alta Badia has everything a skier could wish for. 



The Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, take the breath away from every visitor of the sunny Val Gardena. The imposing Passo Sella and the symbol of the valley, the Sassolungo, majestically overlook over the Ladin winter sport location, making it one-of-a-kind. It’s hardly surprising that Val Gardena counts as one of the most traditional mountain and ski regions in the world.  


The Val d’Ega lies in the heart of the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is a first-class winter sports destination:  Two outstanding skiing areas, CAREZZA & OBEREGGEN offer 90 km of carefully groomed slopes, 100% chance of snow as well as countless outdoor and leisure activities just 20 km away from Bolzano, South Tyrol’s capital. 



With 210 km of slopes for every taste, 7 different skiing areas, the legendary Sellaronda and another 4 skiing areas, 6 Snowparks, 83 cutting -edge lift facilities and the technological advances of one of the most important artificial snow systems, Val di Fassa ensures every skier and snowboarder can have a real feast of a time during winter!



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Of course, Dolomiti Superski provides a wide choice of free WiFi-served areas and cabin lifts in order to promote its online features like the personal area of the Internet site “MYDOLOMITI” which allows to use many services such as the Performance Check. As part of the online “Performance Check” service which allows you to monitor your skiing performance during the day, the facilities and slopes used, skiing distance in km covered and the vertical metres of downhill skiing covered, there is a service called “Wellbeing Factor”. Based on algorithms devised by sports doctors and fitness specialists, this system will deliver information that will be inserted in a scale recommended by the WHO, telling users whether their “Wellbeing Factor” is substandard, standard or optimal. In this way, everyone can plan their outings on the beautiful Dolomite Superski slopes to have fun and be healthy. Subscription to the community “MYDOLOMITI” is for free, and gives the skiers lots of helpful and fun services that make their ski holidays even more actionful and “social”.