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Why Go?

What to Expect

Just one part of Dolomiti Superski – Sella Ronda – is among the largest linked ski areas in the world. If the remaining areas were fully linked instead of fragmented, it would be double the size of Les 3 Vallees in France, meaning Dolomiti Superski is massive. Spanning 12 resorts and 50 villages, you’ll need a full week and a solid game plan to cover the highlights. That’s not even including all the other fun activities you can do in the region, like snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and enjoying more Italian gastronomy than you can handle.

"If ever there was a region whose snow reliability should not be judged by its snow depth figures alone, it is the Dolomites."

-Fraser Wilkin

A few places not to miss if you ski the Dolomites are Val Gardena, considered to have some of the most beautiful vistas in the world, Arabba, one of the highest ski areas with some of the steepest, most challenging terrain, and Cortina d’Ampezzo, the place to see and be seen, which also offers a rickety cable car up to stunning views on Mount Cristallo. Other ski areas included in Dolomiti Superski include Val di Fassa, Alta Badia, Kronplatz, Val di Fiemme, San Martino, Alta Pasteria, Civetta, Trevalli, Valle Isarco, and, of course, Sella Ronda.

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Switzerland: Zermatt

Year Round | 360 ac | 300″ Snow | 52 Lifts | 12,792′ Top Elev. | 7,477′ Vert. | 11% Beg. | 10% Exp.