A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Dolomite mountain ski resorts encompass Alta Badia, Alta Pusteria, Arabba, Campitello, Canazei, Civetta, Cortina d’Ampezzo, Ortisei, Plan de Corones, San Martino, Selva, Val di Fasse, Val di Fiemme, Valle Iscarco, Tre Valli and Val Gardena. The South Tyrolean region of the Alps has dramatic jagged granite rock scenery with majestic sunsets of pink and red skies at sunset. The Dolomiti Superski Pass covers 1,220 kms of pisted runs covering 12 regions, an area this size guarantees something for everyone.
Claiming to be the world’s largest single lift-pass linked ski network, the most well known part is the Sella Ronda circuit. The terrain loop connects 4 valleys which can be skied in either direction. Eclipse Ski recommends planning your day’s skiing properly before catching the first lifts in the morning. It’s worth checking the weather forecast to ensure the lifts will remain open throughout the day. You can purchase the dedicated ‘Sella Ronda’ lift pass to grant access to the exciting 26kms of downhill pisted runs.
The circuit is extremely family and group friendly. Kids up to 8 years of age on a family ski holiday ski free for up to 15 days when the accompanying adults purchasing the same lift pass. Mixed ability groups will benefit from never getting bored of the endless miles of varied terrain and different ski resorts. Eclipse Ski’s hot tip for expert skiers is to hire a guide to take you through the deserted Sella Massif to find the sizable, enchanting cathedral-like couloirs of deep snow.
The Dolomiti Superski area is said to have some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world, why not see for yourself and book an Eclipse Ski holiday today!
Dolomiti Ski areas:
Plan de Corones
Val di Fasse
Val di Fiemme