Dolomiti Superski, the world’s largest ski carousel allows since 1974 skiers from all over the world to enjoy 1,200 km of perfectly groomed slopes, numerous freestyle parks and 450 lifts in 12 valleys of the Dolomites with only one Skipass. The priority of the Dolomiti Superski is the top quality of the service offered to its clients and this is why every year considerable resources are invested in modernising lifts, snow-making systems, slopes and infrastructures in order to increase the comfort and safety for its users.
The slopes of Dolomiti Superski are suitable for skiers of all levels, as 40% of the slopes are classified easy (blue), 46% medium (red) and 14% difficult (black). Furthermore, the beautiful and breathtaking background of the 1,200 km of slopes is unique, as the Dolomites are UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2009.
The Sellaronda and the First World War Tour are two of the most popular ski tours of the Dolomites and take the skiers from valley to valley, allowing them to discover the variety of the ski carousel and the wideness of the territory.
The new Dolomiti Superski APP and website are guiding the users through the snow covered paradise with its online services and lot of useful information. The Dolomiti Superski includes the 12 areas of Cortina d’Ampezzo, Plan de Corones, Alta Badia, Val Gardena/Alpe di Siusi, Val di Fassa/Carezza, Arabba/Marmolada, 3 Peaks Dolomites, Val di Fiemme/Obereggen, San Martino di Castrozza/Rolle Pass, Rio Pusteria-Bressanone, Alpe Lusia/San Pellegrino and Civetta.
Every year Dolomiti Superski hosts important international sport events like the Alpine Ski World Cup in Val Gardena, Alta Badia, Kronplatz and Cortina d’Ampezzo, the Biathlon World Cup in Anterselva, the Nordic Ski World Cup and the cross country Tour de Ski in Dobbiaco and Val di Fiemme, where the Ski Jumping World Cup and Nordic Combined are also hosted, as the Snowboard World Cup at Carezza and the Freestyle World Cup at Alpe di Siusi. During Winter 2020 Anterselva will host the Biathlon World Championships and Cortina the finals of the Alpine Ski World Cup.
In 2021 Cortina will be centre of the Alpine World Ski Championships, and in 2026 these two locations of Dolomiti Superski will host the Winter Olympic Games together with Milano. More information on www.dolomitisuperski.com