Dolomites Ski Safaris

Dolomites, Italy

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

  • Discover some of the best ski tours in the Dolomites, the Sella Ronda, Great War Tour & Olympia

  • Experience staying in a Rifugio up on the mountain for a night or two - the hospitality is incredible

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

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

  • Each trip is completely customized offering you complete flexibility and can include a combination of hotel and rifugio accommodation, plus on-piste and off-piste skiing

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The climate in Alta Badia 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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Stay a night or two in the mountain rifugios. Many are very accessible and offer the best in local cuisine with a twist!

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The ultimate way of experiencing the Dolomites is on a luxury customized ski safari. Stay in the very best hotels and mountain huts in the heart of this stunning UNESCO World Heritage Site in Italy and enjoy an unforgettable adventure in the Dolomites.

The Dolomites offer some of the most spectacular and crowd free skiing in Europe. Still relatively unexplored by all but the Italians, it is the world’s largest interconnected ski area, and one of our favorites. Magnificent scenery amongst the vertiginous peaks of this UNESCO World Heritage Site, varied ski terrain to suit all levels and quite exceptional food, there’s very little not to like. For the adventurous skier, one of the most exhilarating ways of experiencing this jewel in the Alps, is on a ski safari. Whatever your ability, an itinerary can be tailor made, allowing you to discover the many different parts of the Dolomiti Superski region. You’ll explore one or more of the 12 Dolomiti Superski resorts and probably won’t ski the same lift twice. Accommodation can range from 5* luxury to authentic, secluded mountain refuges, and a qualified guide will ensure you experience the very best the mountains have to offer.

Each accommodation in the region is individually chosen for its quality and charm, and is typically the best in the area, giving guests the ultimate ski vacation experience. Italians are renowned for their hospitality and warmth, and you’ll find this in abundance everywhere you stay. This region is also famous for its exceptional food. Michelin star restaurants in hotels, and mountain restaurants serving incredibly high standard fare, make this a gourmet’s paradise. There is an impressive range of accommodation, meaning you can choose between a luxury 5* option, complete with spa in the main resorts, to a traditional, family run working farm, serving local cuisine in the more rural areas, and to the basic, but characterful mountain huts (rifugi), located high in the Dolomites, many of which are considered to be the best in the Alps. For a true mountain experience, we would definitely recommend at least one night in one of these.

The joy of a ski safari is that the planning and logistics are organized for you, leaving you to enjoy the skiing in spectacular surroundings. We can organize your flights, whilst the cost of the safari will include your guide, full briefings, accommodation with breakfast and dinners, transfers, Dolomiti Superski pass and local taxes.

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  • Day Trip to Kronplatz

    Enjoy the breath-taking views of the Dolomites at the Lumen Museum and AlpiNN Restaurant, located at the summit of Plan de Corones in Kronplatz.

  • Lagazuoi Hidden Valley Ski Circuit

    A unique experience skiing the hidden valley of the Lagazuoi mountain, you will ascend the Lagazuoi peak at 2,778m, by cable car and then ski down into the valley to be met by a horse and sleigh to tow you back to the village.

  • Mountain rifugios

    An overnight stay in a mountain 'rifugio' is a must when spending time in the Dolomites. These rifugios (refuges) differ in the facilities that they offer; some are quite basic, some are more luxurious.

  • Ski the Sella Ronda

    Ski mountaineering in The Dolomites is usually a demanding activity and certainly not for beginners, however The Dolomites offer a ski touring experience with a difference that everyone can enjoy - the Sella Ronda circuit.

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Dolomites, Italy

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