Dolomites Ski Holidays

… it can be so wonderful!

Perfectly prepared slopes, après ski and modern ski lifts – you can find all of that and more during your ski holidays here in the Dolomites! Here you can discover all the information you need about skiing in the Dolomites in a compact overview. That wait you have more time to enjoy the slopes.

  • Ski paradise
  • SkiworldCup

Mountainhotel Service

  • Ski storage area
  • Ski boot dryer
  • Tool
  • If you purchase it online in advance, we will pick up your ski pass for you
  • slopes
  • Winterwonderland

On your checklist: where can you get a ski pass? ?
Very simple, at least 48 hours before your planned arrival purchase it online. When you arrive at the hotel your ski pass will be waiting for you! Skipass also available on location from the ski lifts just a few metres from our hotel. And you can use our shuttle service.

Good to go and ready for your skiing adventure … Almost! What about your equipment?
Perhaps you have brought your skis with you from home, but perhaps you do not have the right equipment… Only 30 m from our house there is a ski service, where you can rent everything from skis to helmets. The best thing about it is: if you want, everything will be brought directly to your hotel!

You have everything you need and your entire family
– off you go!
But how do you get to the lifts?
With the hotel's shuttle bus we take you every day between 8:30 – 11:00 am and 2:00 – 5:00 pm to the Piz Sorega lift, which is 800 m away, which takes you up to the Alta Badia ski area in the blink of an eye.

What is the Dolomiti SuperskiAND is Alta Badia part of it?
12 ski areas in the Dolomites. 450 lifts. 1,200 kilometres of slopes. 30 snowparks. 50 villages.
They can all be accessed with one single ski pass. That is Dolomiti Superski, a network & and the largest ski area in the world. 
P.S.: Alta Badia also is part of the Dolomiti Superski skiing complex! But if the choice is too big and makes deciding difficult, instead of the Dolomiti Superskipass you can also just buy the Alta Badia skipass, with access to 130 km of tracks and 53 ski lifts. Particularly suited for families with children, beginners and anyone wanting to take things easy.
Download Map of pistes Dolomiti Superski     Download Map of pistes Alta Badia  

  • Snowpark
  • Skiing children

I have heard something about the Sellaronda – what is it again?
The ski tour of the Sella massif, the Sella Ronda, is one of the most spectacular ski tours. It leads via the ski lifts and 40 kilometres of slopes through 4 Dolomite passes (Campolongo Pass, Pordoi Pass, Sellajoch, Grödnerjoch) and can be done in a single day. Attention: You must plan at least 6 hours for the tour (incl. breaks, ascents, ski runs), therefore you should start before 10 am in the morning.
Download Map of pistes   

And what is the first world war ski tour?
The First World War ski tour takes you on skies to the venues of the First World War. Between 1915-1917 Italian mountain infantry fought here against Austrian kaiserjäger on the one side and German mountain infantry on the other. The tour goes around the walls of Mount Col di Lana, which was the epicentre of the battles.
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