The Dolomites are widely acclaimed as one of the most beautiful and awe inspiring Alpine regions in the world. In winter, massive spires and towering cliffs stand majestically above quiet snow covered valleys. There, ancient villages and traditional wooden farm houses contribute to the magical atmosphere of the region together with old castles and monasteries, tiny churches and cow sheds scattered all around.
Among all these, lies a truly skiers paradise, the Dolomiti Superski, the biggest ski area in the world. A vast network of state-of-the-art interconnected ski lifts and ski trails that can take weeks to explore. Over 1,200km of perfectly groomed runs serviced by 450 lifts, stretching across 12 valleys. All accessible on one single electronic ski pass.
At the heart of this impressive area is the famous Sellaronda ski carousel - 40 km long with 26 km of ski runs. A multi-directional circular lift system linking the four Ladin valleys of Alta Badia, Val Gardena, Val di Fassa and Arabba - four separate and distinctive ski regions with a potential of over 500km of ski runs. The attraction is to ski from village to village pausing from time to time for a good coffee or a gourmet meal. Such is the vastity of the area that you could ski for days without taking the same lift twice.
Ski the Sellaronda trail, the 13 km long Marmolada glacier, the scenic "hidden valley" of Lagazuoi with its famous horse-drawn sleighs, experience the thrill of World Cup courses of Val Garden Saslong downhill and La Villa Gran Risa giant slalom, and many more ski areas in the spectacular Dolomites.