Ski the Dolomites most famous resorts

Ski the Dolomites most famous resorts, staying in mountain rifugios and charming B&Bs, and enjoying lift-service access to hundreds of miles of prepared terrain – you may never ski the same run twice!


           Experience the Dolomiti Superski – a “carousel” of 12 inter-connected resorts with 1,200 kilometers (746 miles) of prepared pistes!

           Ski “hut-to-hut” staying in mountain rifugios and charming B&Bs – the perfect combination of mountain accommodations as you ski through the Dolomites

           Explore some of the Dolomites most famous resorts including Cortina d’Ampezzo, Plan de Corones, and Civetta, surrounded by superb Dolomite panoramas

The imposing peaks of the Dolomite Mountains provide extraordinary terrain for skiing and snowboarding. Boasting the number one ski resort in the world, and a past Winter Olympics site to boot, the Dolomites are a winter sports paradise for families, beginners, and champions alike. Plus, the sun shines an unparalleled 8 days out of 10 in the sunny winter paradise of the Dolomites – more than any other range in the Alps!

On this incredible Ski Safari, you’ll explore a wide variety of the finest ski resorts of the Dolomiti Superski. From San Vigilio di Marebbe, Plan de Corones, Val Gardena, Rosengarten Latemar, Val di Fassa, San Pellegrino, Trevalli, Civetta, Cortina d’Ampezzo, and back to Alta Badia, you’ll have 6 full days of skiing to get to know these mountains well. And one of the beauties of skiing in the Dolomites is that you can ski from resort to resort, returning to a base camp hotel, or moving from rifugio-to-rifugio each night. And, on this exciting ski safari, you’ll do both!

Each evening you’ll experience the welcoming atmosphere of a rifugio – an alpine mountain inn set high atop the mountains with excellent views – and savor the excellent culture and cuisine unique to the region. Crossing from region to region – the South Tyrol, Badia, and Cortina – your taste buds will enjoy the unique combination of flavors resulting from the disparate Italian, Austrian, and Ladin cultures found in these valleys.

With lift-service pistes to help you move from resort to resort, and this much terrain, you may never ski the same run twice!


Travel to your perfect Sunset.

Discover your next fun adventure
in the Rosengarten!

Enrosadira, which derives from Ladin and means “to turn pink”, is a phenomenon that gives the characteristic pink-purple color to these mountains and is mainly caused by the chemical constitution of the Dolomites: magnesium and calcium carbonate.