Ski Resorts in Italy
Sking & Snowboarding across the Italian Alps & Dolomites
Italy boasts over 400 ski resorts spanning the borders with Austria, France and Switzerland. To the NorthEast of Italy heading towards Austria, you will find the majestic peaks of the Italian Dolomites. This area is a UNESCO World Heritage area and is blessed with pristine natural beauty. The Dolomites are home to what is the largest ski area in the world - Dolomiti Super Ski with 1200kms of pistes spread around 12 regions including Val Gardena, Cortina and Alta Badia.
To the west are the Italian Alps bordering on to Switzerland and France. There are hundreds of ski resorts tucked away in the valleys and include some household names ssuch as Cormayeur, Sauze d'Oux and Cervinia. However, many ski resorts are off the radar and not known to the international markets.
Gateway to the 3 ski areas of Val di Sole
Gateway to Val di Fassa linking into the Sella Ronda circuit
Skirama Dolomiti Adamello Brenta carousel - 428kms of pistes
Famioly friendly - linked to Madonna di Campiglio
Gastronomic delights - 2 Michelin-starred restaurants
Linked to the Milkyway - Vialattea carousel - 249 pistes
Huge ski area, great shopping & apres-ski
Stunning resort with direct access to Sella Ronda
Direct access to Sella Ronda, great apres-ski
Links to Cervinia & Zermatt
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