For its position the Arabba - Marmolada ski area can be considered the heart of Dolomiti Superski, the largest skiing complex in the world. There are plenty of slopes that are always perfectly maintained and modern lift facilities.
In addition to the slopes that spread out from the Marmolada at the altitude of 3342 m, the area includes the slopes in Arabba. From here you can access the famous "Sella Ronda Ski Tour", also known as the “Tour of the Four Passes”, the “Great War Ski Tour” and the "Marmolada Tour”.
There is something for everyone: not only alpine skiing but also snowboarding, mountaineer skiing, telemark, snow mobile rides, snowshoe walks, cultural, historic and naturalist itineraries and events for young and old. And for beginners, the ski area offers ski schools with qualified ski instructors.
Accommodation range from holiday apartments, welcoming bed & breakfasts and world class hotels with wellness centres, the ideal place to recharge the body and spirit before sitting down to a dinner based on typical local cuisine prepared according to old time recipes from the Ladino tradition.
The ski area located among the Venetian Dolomites of the Civetta comprises the communities of Alleghe, Selva di Cadore and Val di Zoldo.
A total of 80 kilometres of slopes connected by modern lift facilities spread out along perfectly snowy inclines, charming scenery and warm ski chalets where you can catch your breath or try excellent local cuisine. Due to its geographic position the Civetta is easily and quickly accessible and can be considered the southernmost gateway to the Dolomiti Stars.
Here you can ski day and night. In the Civetta area, the thrill of skiing doesn’t stop when the sun goes down! In fact, in Zoldo, 5 kilometres of illuminated slopes make it possible to ski under a splendid, starry sky. It is the most cutting edge lighting system in Italy and one of the best known and appreciated in Europe.
The Civetta ski area also offers playgrounds and nurseries on the snow for little children. A wide range of accommodation (hotels, bedsits, B&B, apartments, residences and camp grounds) and sports makes this area a veritable paradise for winter sports lovers and snow bunnies.
Excitement and emotions: this is the philosophy espoused by the ski area San Pellegrino (composed of the ski resorts of Falcade and Passo San Pellegrino), which with the neighboring resort of Moena make up the Alpe Lusia - San Pellegrino ski area.
It is an ideal destination for the entire family with 100 kilometres of perfectly snowy slopes, 26 lift facilities and plenty of welcoming ski lodges, chalets and refuges where you can stop to take in the breathtaking views and delight your palate with typical mountain cuisine. Several Ski Kindergartens, trainings slopes for children and beginners, many Ski & Snowboard Schools, 3 snowparks and an efficient bus service enhance the tourist offer of this amazing ski area between the Provinces of Belluno and Trento.
The “Ski Tour delle Emozioni”, in addition to the other tours offered on the slopes of Dolomiti Stars, is one of the best known and well loved skiing itineraries in the Dolomites UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site; the so-called "Pista degli Innamorati", that connects the top of the Col Margherita to the village of Falcade in the Biois Valley, is with its 10 km one of the longest of the entire Dolomiti Superski. Also worth mentioning is the activity known as “snowtubing” at Refuge Flora Alpina, for fantastic downhill rides on special tubes which kids go crazy for. And let’s not forget cross country skiing; in Falcade there is a long standing tradition of training hometown athletes grown on the tracks of the Pietro Scola Cross-Country Ski Centre, who have always stood out in this sport at the world level.
If you're looking for the thrill of a true Freeride experience, don't forget to visit the brand-new Col Margherita Freeride Park, a breathtaking descent on the northern side of Mt. Col Margherita with the highest standards of security! You won't find anything like this in the whole dolomitic territory!
The San Vito Ski Area, which takes its name from the local neighbourhood, is located at the foot of Monte Antelao (3264 metres), on the Cima Belprà slopes, facing Monte Pelmo. The ski-lifts, only two hours by car from Venice, are in the heart of the UNESCO Dolomites World Heritage Site.
Towering majestically above the town, the slopes offer a magical landscape with breath-taking views.
The San Vito Ski Area is part of the ski resort including Cortina d’Ampezzo, Auronzo and Misurina, with a total of 140km of pistes of varying difficulty, all accessible with a single skipass. If the snow doesn’t fall to order, snow machines keep all the slopes perfectly clad.