People used to spend their ski holidays in the Dolomites in the same resort, going up and down the same slopes, stopping at the same lodges and using the same ski lifts. More and more skiers are discovering something new - and really inspiring - Ski Safari! What does this mean? Ski holidays in the Dolomites turn out to be always varied because in one week time you can explore different ski areas in the Dolomites, touring different alpine lodges.
Dolomites have it all: all their beauty and historical richness is within skiing distance. You can really have a different panorama, history and slope every day. There is something for everyone: from trails suitable for beginners and children to the great classics famous for the World Cup such as Olympia delle Tofane, Gran Risa, Saslong and Erta di Plan de Corones. Passing by the "cult" ones such as the Sellaronda, a tour around the Sella massif crossing 4 valleys. Or the historical Great War Tour, which winds around the Col di Lana. All the way to the conquest of the Queen of the Dolomites, Marmolada, which offers fearless hearts its breathtaking slopes at an altitude of 3269 m.
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Ski Safari in the Dolomites - how does it work?
But how does ski safari work? You ski in a small group, with an instructor or a mountain guide and - at the end of the day - you sleep in mountain huts or high altitude lodges, then leave the next day for another ski area. A kind of ski tour, in short. To experience the mountains in-depth!
To truly enjoy this experience, you can rely on local experience providers such as Adventoured who are increasingly specializing in ski safaris, an extraordinary mix of sport, adrenaline and adventure. The main feature, however, is one: the ski safari is completely tailor-made to your needs! A trip for mountain and skiing lovers striving for a fun and carefree adventure, and especially great emotions.
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Ski holidays in the Dolomites - where can you plan a Ski Safari in the Dolomites? Check our Tours
With more than 1,500 vertical meters (5,000') of skiable terrain, the Skirama Dolomiti Adamello Brenta network is one of the greatest places to go skiing. Each day, you'll ski from valley to valley while enjoying the welcoming atmosphere of three different accommodations.
Last but not least. What could be better than some of the best skiing in the world combined with fine dining on incredible Italian cuisine?
With more than 1,500 vertical meters and 1200 km of skiable terrain, the Dolomiti Superski network is one of the biggest ski resorts in Europe.
You will not only enjoy incredible Italian resort skiing, but you will also discover the breathtaking beauty of the Dolomites. The best combination of skiing in the World’s most beautiful place and the fine dining of incredible Italian cuisine.