Active Dolomites Ski Safari - 7 days

Dolomites, Northern Italy

From £5700 in low season
From £6400 in high season

based on 7 nights inc. flights

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Price includes:

  • International economy flights and taxes from the UK

  • Accommodation

  • Private transfers

  • Half Board

per person based on 2 adults sharing, including accommodation, half board, ski passes, ski guiding, luggage transfers and private airport transfers. 

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At a Glance

  • Experience the Dolomiti Superski - a 'carousel' of 12 inter-connected ski resorts with 1,200km of prepared pistes

  • Ski “hut-to-hut” staying in family-run mountain rifugios and charming hotels – the perfect

    combination of mountain accommodations

  • Enjoy superb skiing on or off-piste through the UNESCO World Heritage Dolomites

  • Experience the intoxicating blend of Italian, Austrian and Ladin cultures and cuisine that co-exist in this region

  • Savour the refined cuisine of northern Italy perfectly complemented by excellent local wines

  • Ski with certified mountain guides, who will help you discover the beauty of these magnificent mountains

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The climate in the Dolomites is a typical alpine microclimate - winters are long and cold and from December to February average temperatures are below zero and night time temperatures can fall to minus 20°C. There are great differences between daytime and night time temperatures. Winters are snowy but approximately 100 days of sunshine between December and March is the norm.

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Insider's View

The standard of the mountain rifugios exceeds expectations - they're by no means basic and the hospitality is exceptional

Having a guide means that you get to ski the best snow and be taken places you would never find on your own

We design each itinerary around you, so this suggested itinerary is a starting point that we can tweak or transform into something completely bespoke to you. Call us on 020 3993 4743 to start planning your holiday.

Itinerary

Ideal for adventurous skiers who want to experience the grand tour of the Dolomites in style. This luxury ski safari will maximise your time on the slopes and take in the best views and runs in the Dolomites.

Still relatively unexplored by all the but the Italians, it is the world's largest interconnect ski area and offers some of the most spectacular and crowd free skiing in Europe. The peaks of the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Dolomites offers superb scenery, a varied ski terrain and fabulous food. For the adventurous skier, a ski safari is one of the most exhilarating ways to experience this jewel in the Italian Alps.

This 7 night ski safari is carefully planned meaning guests can ski 'hut to hut' experiencing a mix of selected authentic refugios and refined 4 or 5 star hotels where you'll arrive to find your bags already there.

Your safari will take you through the best of the Dolomites, skiing a different area each day and staying in a different place each night.

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  1. Fly to Innsbruck or Venice

  2. Days 1-1: Private transfer from airport to Alta Badia

  3. Days 1-3: Skiing in Alta Badia

    Your safari will take you through the best of the Dolomites, skiing a different area each day and staying in a different place each night.

    Arrive in Alta Badia via private transfer and relax in your hotel ready for tomorrow's briefing. Located between 1,400 and 2,700 meters above sea level – an altitude that ensures optimal ski conditions throughout the winter, Alta Badia offers breath-taking views of the most beautiful peaks of the Dolomites. Stay in a hotel in Alta Badia.

    Day 2: Meet your local English speaking professional mountain ski guide for a trip briefing and rent any equipment if needed. The guide will deliver you a duffel bag and your Dolomiti Superskipass. The main luggage will be transferred to your hotel in Cortina and the duffel bag with your belongings for the nights at the rifugios will be brought from hut to hut. Alta Badia provides access to the runs around the Sella Massif, and makes it the perfect starting point for some of the most beautiful ski tours in the Alps: the Sellaronda, the Great War Tour, and the route to the Marmolada Glacier. Stay in a hotel in Alta Badia.

  4. Days 3-4: Ski from Alta Badia to Val Gardena

    Day 3: After breakfast ski towards Passo Gardena and reach the village of Selva di Gardena. You will ski the first part of the famous Sellaronda. The Sellaronda Ski Tour is one of the most fantastic spectacular ski tours in the world, circumnavigating the Sella Massif. Considered somewhat of a “merry-go-round” for intermediate level skiers, this unique circular connection of lifts and runs was once the only way the ancient inhabitants of the Ladin villages could maintain a connection with each other. Nowadays it’s a modern day carousel that connects four Dolomite passes and four Ladin valleys (Val Gardena, Alta Badia, Val di Fassa, and Arabba). Stay in a refugio.

  5. Days 4-5: Ski the loop around the Sella Massif

    Day 4: Continue the loop around the Sella Massif passing the Passo Sella and ski down to Canazei. Over time the Ladins of Val di Fassa have guarded this valley of incomparable beauty, stretching over about 20 km (12 miles) and surrounded by some of the Dolomites' most famous peaks: Roda di Vael, Catinaccio, Sassolungo, Sella group, Pordoi, Monzoni, over which Marmolada stands undisputed. In winter, Val di Fassa drives ski and snowboard fans just crazy. Val di Fassa is one of the most complete and famous ski districts in the Dolomites with 9 different ski areas, linked to each other by means of slopes or skibus services. Stay in a refugio.

  6. Days 5-6: Ski around Marmolada

    Day 5: Ski to the town of Arabba, take the Porta Vescovo cable car and continue through slopes and lifts to Malga Ciapela, where you'll find the first of the three cable cars taking you up to the Marmolada Glacier. Known as the “Queen of the Dolomites,” Marmolada (3,350m / 10,990') is the highest peak and the only glacier in these mountains. You will get our full share of stunning views all around you, including the Catinaccio, Sassolungo, Sella, and Gran Vernel. Then reach the locality Malga Ciapela and from there continue by ski bus to Alleghe. Ski at the Civetta ski resort and finally take a ski bus to Passo Giau. Stay in a refugio.

  7. Days 6-7: Ski Cinque Torrie and Lagazuoi

    Day 6: Thanks to their infinite variety of shapes and sizes, the marvellous Cinque Torri ideally represent the entire Dolomites. Although the towers can be admired from the centre of Cortina, don't be deceived by their unmistakable silhouette: the characteristic profile isn't comprised of just 5 towers, but by a mass of secondary boulders, fractured towers and peaks sprinkled liberally across the entire area. These peaks are located to the west of Cortina on a grassy hillock just above the tree line at circa 2,200m / 7,218ft. In Winter the ski slopes of the Lagazuoi 5 Torri Giau area are always perfect, thanks to the favourable exposure and to the use of artificial snow programmes when necessary.

  8. Days 7-8: Ski in Cortina d'Ampezzo

    Day 7: Snuggled within the Dolomite landscape, facing Monte Cristallo and the peaks of the Tofane and Sorapis, the cosmopolitan and incredibly picturesque Cortina hosts World Cup competitions for women's skiing, nordic ski, snowbard, snowkite, curling and snow polo and hosted the 1956 Winter Olympics. Option to spend the day in the ski resort of Sesto (approximately 1 hour away by transfer). Stay in a hotel in Cortina.

  9. Days 8-8: Private Transfer from Cortina to airport

  10. Days 8-8: Fly home from Venice or Innsbruck

Reviews

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Kirsty Edwards (Staff)

A ski safari in the Dolomites is the perfect way to experience the very best that these enchanting mountains have to offer. You don't need to be an expert skier as the itinerary will be completely tailor-made to the skiing standard of your group. The beauty of these ski safaris is that you can choose how many nights you would like the trip to last and spend time moving from resort to resort, staying in hotels and rifugios (mountain inns) along the way. Your luggage is moved from property to property, always arriving in time for your stay. The thrill of spending the night in a rifugio was the highlight of the trip for me, the standard of accommodation is superb and the food is out of this world. You truly feel that you are right in the heart of the mountains. Imagine waking up in the morning and already being up high on the mountain with the slopes to yourself before the rest of the world wakes up. The guide will take you to the best powder fields and mountain restaurants and you can choose to stay on piste, off piste or do a combination. All in all, I'd highly recommend a ski safari to anyone who loves skiing, great food and wine and generally being in a beautiful Alpine environment. It's a proper mountain adventure.

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Dolomites, Northern Italy

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