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Dolomiti Superski Ski Holidays

Dolomiti Superski Ski Area

Visiting the Dolomiti Superski area for your dream ski holiday? Where do we even start? This is arguably one of the world's biggest interconnected ski areas with an elaborate network of 450 different types of lifts that ferry skiers across 1,200 kilometres of pistes. This outstanding ski area has 16 ski resorts which all have smaller villages within them that all offer uniques experiences. In addition to all of this, the skiing here is done against some of the most breathtaking scenery anywhere in the world. Visiting skiers and holidaymakers will be spoilt for choice at the Dolomiti Superski area however, all areas can be accessed with just one ski pass. There is an abundance of slopes for all from beginners, intermediates to advanced and expert skiers. There are several fun parks for children, more than 5 snow parks for freestylers and snowboarders and some of the most challenging pistes for the bravest and most advanced skiers. The Dolomiti Superski area is also home to some of the most iconic ski circuits in the world such as the 40 kilometres Sella Ronda circuit and the Gebirgsjägertour ski circuit, also known as the Peace Tour; a World War One themed tour that carries a very optimistic tone. Both circuits invite skiers from all over the world annually, who take on the challenge.

Aside from skiing and snow sports, the Italian Dolomites are a world-famous tourist attraction and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its jagged, alien-like rock formations are a thing of beauty and attract tourists, filmmakers and photographers from all corners of the globe. It is also a cultural hub that sees a balanced mix of numerous traditions based on the historical influences of both its Italian and Austrian backgrounds. Thanks to its tourist appeal, there are also several off-piste activities to enjoy in the area. The Dolomiti Superski area is certainly a must-visit.