Up and away on the slopes in the Dolomites
Dolomiti Superski – Skiing on more than 1200 km of slopes and 450 of lifts
The Dolomites have been declared a UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site in 2009 because of their beauty and the uniqueness of the landscape and the botanical as well as geological variety. The 12 Dolomiti Superski Ski Areas are distributed in the Dolomites and offer marvellous 1.220 km of slopes (1.100 km of these are provided with artificial snowing facilities) and 450 lifts, which can all be used with “one” Dolomiti Superski Skipass – 500 km of slopes are linked with each other by the Sellaronda around the Sella Massif. With the annexation of the Val Gardena Ski Area to Dolomiti Superski, the world wide largest ski carousel and the Alpe di Siusi close by, Val Gardena represents a skiing eldorado for all enthusiasts of winter sports.
Dreamlike and perfectly well-prepared ski slopes are ready for you already in the early morning. Already at breakfast you can enjoy the view on the empty and still untouched Ciampinoi slope in front of our house, which will present itself glittering in all its white splendour in the morning sun. Some early birds may use the chance to enjoy the powder snow of one of the most beautiful slopes of the Dolomiti Superski Area...
Here we go ... no car ... no ski bus or house-shuttle… BUT ... skis on
Either you drive directly to the ski lift in order to get to the Ciampinoi cable car or you walk for really just a few minutes on foot to reach the main cable cars of Selva Gardena.