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Skiing in the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site

Varied pistes, modern lift facilities and upscale hut enjoyment amidst the spectacular Dolomite mountains massifs.

The first rays of sunshine make the finely powdered slopes glisten under your skis. The unique rock pinnacles, peaks and towers of the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site rise up before you. And then you carve through the magical winter landscape down into the valley. If you haven’t already realised, now you feel that skiing in the Dolomites is not just skiing, but an enjoyable all-round experience. In the most modern lift facilities, you travel up to perfectly groomed slopes for all levels and panoramic ski circuits in the largest ski area in the world – Dolomiti Superski. The culinary delights in the quaint Alpine huts or star-rated restaurants tastefully round off your skiing experience in the Dolomites.

Off to the slopes

The ski areas in the Dolomites are among the best in the world. A total of 1,200 km of skiing pleasure await you in 15 one-of-a-kind ski areas, 8 of which are in South Tyrol. Here, certified ski schools and well-stocked ski rental facilities assist you with your adventure on the slopes. For an extra thrill, the snow parks are worth a detour.

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Dolomiti Superski – fun and adventure

Ski through the unrivalled mountain world of the Dolomites as part of the largest skiing network in the world.

The name of the Dolomiti Superski skiing network gives it away: it's a superlative for skiers. Here you can complete your ski runs on the slopes making up the largest skiing network in the world. With one ski pass, you can conquer a total of 1,200 km of slopes – and all this amidst the breathtaking mountain scenery of the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site. The extensive network of perfectly groomed slopes means that every day is different and it extends over 15 ski areasand Dolomite valleys. Beginners learn to take their first turns on wide snow slopes, experts conquer the Saslong, Gran Risa or Erta World Cup courses.

Accommodations in the Dolomites region

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All accommodations in South Tyrol

The ski circuits of the Dolomite mountains

You can experience unforgettable tours in a winter paradise, for example, with the Sellaronda and the Gebirgsjäger tour in the ski destination of Dolomiti Superski. Here you will go from one ski area to the next, enjoying oodles of snow fun, nature experiences and culinary delights.

World Cup Events in South Tyrol

Be there when the world's best ski racers compete on the World Cup slopes in Val Gardena and Alta Badia. Cheer along, rejoice and experience pure thrills.

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All sporting events in South Tyrol

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.