Skiing in the Zoldo Dolomites.

Sun and snow in the Dolomites from November to April.

The Val di Zoldo and Ski Civetta complex offers skiing between 1.300 metres and 2.400 metres.

For ski and snowboard lovers the Val di Zoldo and the entire ski area of the Dolomites with over 1.200 km of runs, powder snow, blue sky and sunny days are a real winter paradise, a paradise formed 200 million years ago from a primeval sea. In fact, once upon a time, the highest and best known peaks of the Dolomites like the Sella Group, the Marmolada, the Pelmo and the Civetta were atolls.

The Val di Zoldo in the heart of the Dolomites, the most beautiful mountains in the world, awaits you.

scheduled opening

26 November 2016

The offers to stay in Val di Zoldo, Ski Civetta!

The Skiarea

The top of the confort for your ski holidays

This Winter on the Dolomites will be rich of fun and snow, on the slopes of SkiCivetta! 
Waiting the next season, here the new Skipass prices in pdf file. 

Skicivetta 2016-17
Dolomiti Superski


Skipass office opening from 26 November - Pecol Val di Zoldo
8.00 - 17.00.

Slopes open

slopes and lifts open


The prices and the offices opening time

The events

The Winter dedicated to families

Skiing under the stars

Night skiing in Val di Zoldo

For the "unstoppable ski enthusiast", make an evening appointment on the illuminated ski run at Pecol: 5 kilometres of fabulous descents serviced by the warm 8-seater cable-lift which will whisk you up to the top in ten minutes.

The illuminated pistes are the red Cristelin and the black Foppe. You can ski through the magic of the night.

We are waiting for you!


The Great War Ski Tour

The Civetta ski area, with Alleghe, Palafavera, Zoldo and Selva di Cadore, covering an eighty kilometre network of ski runs connected to each other by modern ski lifts, now offers an alternative skiing experience: The Great War Tour 1915 - 1918.

The idea was conceived ten years ago thanks to the link by skibus between the Ski Civetta and Passo Giau/Fedare chairlift. Since the 2008-09 season a new 2-seater chairlift joins up the Cinque Torri complex with Passo Falzarego, with no need to use the skibus from Cinque Torri to reach Passo Falzarego. The Great War Tour has now become such an established weekly itinerary for groups of expert and medium-level skiers, clock-wise or anti-clockwise on skis or snowboards, that it is now considered an excellent alternative to the classic "Sella Tour".

The route passes below the most beautiful summits of the Dolomites (Civetta, Pelmo, Nuvolau-Averau, Cinque Torri, Tofane, Lagazuoi, Cime di Fanes, Conturines, Sasso della Croce, Settsass, Sassongher, Sella, Marmolada), and at its heart the symbolic mountain of the Great War: the Col di Lana, which the trail goes around. The expert eyes of the guide will point out war relics, walkways through the rocks linking trenches, tunnels, artillery emplacements and all that the Italian and German armies constructed to face up to the enemy and the bad weather of that particular period. The continually changing panorama will fully satisfy the excursionist who will be enchanted by the silence of the descent from Lagazuoi to Armentarola, entertained by the horses pulling skiers along behind them and amazed in the final section by the impressive ice walls along the "Grand Canyon" of the Serrai of Sottoguda.

The Ski Schools and other services

For more information


Piazza R. Balestra 1, 32010 Pecol - Val di Zoldo (BL)  

Tel. 0437-789295  
Fax 0437-788648


Loc. Palafavera, 32010 Val di Zoldo (BL)  

Tel. 0437-789472  
Fax 0437-788916


Via Col di Lana, 32022 Caprile (BL)  

Tel. 0437-721376  
Fax 0437-721252