Skiing

“From the top of the mountain, with the snow so high, in the valley we will go down with a pair of skis…” sang Edoardo Vianello and Rita Pavone. That holiday spirit, joyful and lively continues today: skiing is beautiful, magically beautiful along the slopes of the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site. There is no holiday without skiing. Endless white carousels, slopes always perfect as billiards, fast, comfortable, safe lifts that break down the lines and leave time to admire the beautiful Dolomite peaks while relaxing a little bit between one descent and another. Unique accommodation facilities to pamper skiers, where families with children are welcome, with all the comforts and superlative services that also offer boot drying.

Then there are clubs, chalets, and restaurants at high altitude where you can refresh yourself and experience the gastronomic heritage. Warm, savory, tasty, never the same, that wisely proposes the recipes of the territory: typical sweets such as strudel, linzer or sacher, the many forms of stuffed crescents, from Ampezzo’s casunziei to South Tyrolean schlutzkrapfen or the many forms of dumplings and spätzle and then game, cold cuts, cheeses… and bread in its many forms, consistencies, flours.

Let’s give the numbers of the white paradise: Dolomiti Superski: 1 ski pass, 1200 km of slopes, 12 ski areas between Alto Adige, Trentino and Veneto: does the Sellaronda tell you something? this is its world; Skirama Dolomiti: 1 ski pass, 380 km of slopes, 8 different locations between the Brenta Dolomites and the Adamello-Presanella and Ortles Cevedale massifs, 150 ski lifts in Trentino led by Madonna di Campiglio.

And remember: it’s never too early to book your ski holiday!