Skitouring, freeride and snowkite

Off piste adventures

Ski mountaineering

Passion for nature and skiing
Ski mountaineering

Ski mountaineering or ski touring, is the perfect way to combine the love for mountain excursions with the passion for skiing.  Conquer uncontaminated landscapes far away from the ski lifts and enjoy off-piste descents in virgin snow. 

The Ampezzo Dolomites offer many beautiful routes that lend themselves to ski mountaineering when the snow conditions are right.

It is essential to take advice from mountain experts when planning your route, taking into consideration snow and weather conditions. 

 

Discover the most beautiful views of the Alps

Freeride

Off track skiing
Freeride

Are you dreaming of skiing the Dolomite couloirs in fresh snow?  Cortina has plenty of choices for powder –hunters, guaranteed to get the adrenaline flowing.  

Creste Biance of Mount Cristallo

Bus di Tofana

Canalino del Prete

Sci 18 in Faloria

Ascend with snowshoes or with skins, or using the ski lifts.

It is essential to have knowledge of the area, and of the weather and snow conditions in order to be able to adopt the necessary safety rules.

It is highly recommended to hire a professional mountain guide.

Snowkite

THE EMOTION OF FLYING, WITH SKIS ON YOUR FEET

The scenic area of passo Giau is the perfect landscape in which to practice snowkite for those seeking adventurous moments in harmony with nature, fuelled only by the wind.

Evolutions, jumps and speed, surrounded by a unique landscape:  snowkite offers adventurous moments, in contact with nature and energy.

Tecnical equipment is essential: helmet, skis or snowboard and obviously the "kite"!”.

Individual and group lessons available.

Telemark

STYLE AND GRACE

The most antique way of skiing, with the heels free, originated in Telemark in Norway. This graceful way to ski takes us back to the very origins of winter sports.

Cortina d'Ampezzo has specialized Telemark instructors for those who wish to learn the technique of this vintage sport.

Telemark can be practiced both on and off piste.