Alpine skiing

Downhill skiing, Cortina’s flagship winter sport, is in the very DNA of the resort. Cortina’s famous runs, which made the history of Alpine skiing with the 1956 Olympic Winter Games and several Ladies’ Ski World Cup races, will play host to the 2021 World Ski Championships and 2026 Winter Olympics along with Milan.

Find out more about the 2021 World Ski Championships

Snowboarding

Cortina, the Queen of the Dolomites, offers snowboarders several options. Beginners will enjoy the slopes of Pocol, while the 5 Torri and Lagazuoi are ideal for more challenging runs.
Every winter, Cortina hosts Snowboard World Cup races on the slopes of the Faloria.

CORTINA’S SKI AREAS

Cortina’s ski area includes 34 lifts and 86 pistes for a total of 120 km, 95% of which is equipped with snow-making facilities to guarantee the best conditions throughout the ski season.

LEARN TO SKI IN CORTINA
Learning to ski on some of the most beautiful slopes of the Dolomites makes it even more enjoyable. Cortina boasts a vast array of ski schools and ski instructors as well as field ski schools offering the best conditions for beginners to learn.

Ski tours

Three spectacular itineraries to discover Cortina and the Dolomites on skis

The 13 Adrenalinic Black Slopes of Cortina's Ski Area

ALL YOU NEED TO SKI

Cortina has all you need to ski enjoying the Dolomites. Choose your instructor and equipment and organise your ski holiday.

THE CORTINA EXPERIENCE

Cortina, one of the 13 Best of the Alps destinations, is known for its cultural events, food and wine offer and for its lifestyle.

Open slopes and lifts