Dolomiti Superski ski region
Skiing in the Dolomites
Unlimited skiing pleasure in the Dolomites is offered by the Dolomiti Superski skiing association. A total of 12 ski resorts in the Dolomites have united into a single association and offer pure skiing pleasure on 1,200 kilometres of perfectly maintained slopes and 460 lifts – and all with just one ski pass.
The lift pass for the region is not exactly cheap, but the offer is even greater. The ski areas around the Sella are also included, so with the ski pass of the Dolomiti Superski you can use all the lifts of the famous Sella Ronda.
12 ski areas – 1 ski pass
The ski pass is only worth buying for skiers who actually use more than one of the excellent ski resorts in the Dolomites. As a starting point for such tours the winter sports resorts in the Eisack Valley, the Val Gardena, the Seiser Alm and of course the Fassa Valley and the Fiemme Valley are an especially good choice. You can also enter the slopes of the association from Arabba and Buchenstein. Of course you can also use the ski pass from all other Dolomites valleys as well, but it may take a little bit longer to reach the different ski resorts.
The following ski areas are part of the Dolomiti Superski skiing association:
- Cortina d’Ampezzo
- Alta Badia
- Val Gardena & Seiser Alm
- Fassa Valley & Karersee
- Arabba & Marmolada
- Sextener Dolomites
- Fiemme Valley & Obereggen-Latemar
- San Martino di Castrozza
- Eisacktal Valley
More detailed information and the current ski pass prices can be found at www.dolomitisuperski.com.