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Experience the glittering white UNESCO World Heritage Dolomites

Enjoy unique winter experiences amidst the bizarre rock formations of the Dolomites

See the Three Peaks and the Rosengarten and Sella massifs, the Dolomites are a mountain world unlike any other. Enjoy winter in a variety of ways: ski on the sunny panoramic pistes, grippy World Cup slopes, or powder-rich ski circuits. There are so many fun activities to enjoy beyond the slopes including the many winter hiking trails, toboggan runs or cross-country skiing trails.

Winter in the Dolomites

While visiting the pale mountains, enjoy classics like skiing, cross-country skiing and snowshoe hiking. Here, ancient customs and traditions are alive and well. Discover the area’s magical atmosphere with the entire family.

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Dolomiti NordicSki - Europe's Largest Cross-Country Circuit

Check-in in the snow

A perfect winter holiday accommodation should have: A view of snow-covered peaks from the terrace, quick access to the slopes and the ski area, and a cosy evening by the tiled stove.

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Dolomiti Superski - 1 ski pass for 15 ski areas

The biggest ski resort on earth boasts 1,200 km of sunny skiing fun at 15 ski areas, state-of-the-art cable cars and top-prepared pistes with breathtaking panoramic views.

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Alta Badia
Seiser Alm high plateau

Rules of winter sports safety

The "Traffic Laws" of the International Ski and Snowboard Federation FIS

Skiers and snowboarders under 18 years of age are required to wear a helmet.

To gain access to ski areas, you need to get the liability insurance (RC) to be protected against unwilling damage . Although most common policies cover winter sports, always make sure with your insurance company what are the benefits and coverage of yours.

For instance, the insurance "Snowcare" can be purchased for 3€ per day and is the most known ski and snowboard insurance in Europe. Check this website for more information.

Check your speed, signage, ride appropriately and choose the level of difficulty based on youyr skiing ability.

If you want to overtake, make sure there is enough room.

Don't underestimate the run traffic and the snow conditions during your time on the slopes.

If you fall, don't obstruct the way and stay where you are visible from above.

In case you are injured and cannot stand up, other skiers have the duty to provide assistance.

Remain at the scene and identify yourself, if you caused the accident or are a witness.

If you can't finish the run on skies or snowboard, you can walk down only by sticking to the side of the route.

Drunk skiing is as dangerous as drink driving and it is therefore forbidden by the law. The maximum consumpion permitted is 0,5% grams of alcohol in every 100ml of blood.

Winter sports off the slopes

Can you see the tracks in the snow? Those from runners and snowshoes, as well as rabbits and deer. Discover our mountain world up close and personal with these winter activities.

The Dolomites are also a hiker's paradise in winter: there is hardly a more gentle and authentic way to experience the snow-covered, enchanting landscape of the Dolomite region than on a winter hike. And best of all, you don't need any special equipment, just a pair of sturdy shoes. If you'd rather venture off the beaten track through snow-covered nature parks, strap on your snowshoes! Alternatively, head for a ski tour in the UNESCO World Heritage Dolomites.

Snow-covered slopes with powder and firn snow; peaks, mountain huts and viewing points beckon you to ascend. Wherever you go, "Safety First" is always the order of the day. Beginners should not participate in their first ski tour without the assistance of a local mountain guide. Additionally, experienced ski tourers who prefer to set off on their own should plan their tours well in any case and be flexible in adapting plans to changing snow, weather and avalanche conditions. Comprehensive info on prevailing local weather conditions and up-to-date information is available from the Avalanche warning service. No tourer should set out without emergency equipment such as an avalanche transceiver, probe, shovel as well as a first aid kit. Safety is paramount!

From easy to high-Alpine

Here you will find a selection of the most attractive winter and snowshoe hikes, toboggan runs and ski tours in the Dolomites. And don't forget to stop off at one of the many rustic Alpine huts and enjoy the homemade South Tyrolean cuisine before setting off on your toboggan or at the end of your hike.

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