5 best Ski Resorts in the Dolomites for your Ski Safari Experience

Ski safaris in the Ski resorts in the Dolomites are a way of experiencing the snow by gliding on miles of slopes without ever getting bored. Ski safari combines stunning views and ski challenges in different ski areas. In the Alps and especially in the Dolomites, you will have the chance to travel on skis, discovering wide and fascinating ski resorts following serviced routes and staying at fairy-tale mountain huts.

There are 1,312 km of slopes in the Dolomites: the ski areas are served by 448 lifts. You will be spoiled for choices!

Let’s discover the 5 best Ski Resorts in the Dolomites for your Ski Safari Experience. 

1# Ski Resorts in the Dolomites Superski Area

The world-famous tour of the Four Dolomite Passes (Gardena Pass, Campolongo Pass, Pordoi Pass and Sella Pass) is undoubtedly the most stunning one and the best marked.

You can take it in two directions (clockwise and counterclockwise) and it is all completely ski-in/ski-out. You ski some of the most beautiful slopes in the Alps, and the Dolomites with their shapes and colors are the best scenery ever. Furthermore, you ski around the Sella Group via Val Gardena, Alta Badia, Arabba and Val di Fassa. A must.

2# Ski Resorts in the Skirama Brenta Dolomites

The Skirama Dolomiti Adamello Brenta is the ski carousel in the Brenta Dolomites in western Trentino, one of the largest in the Alps.

From the peaks of Folgarida Marilleva, Pejo and Pontedilegno-Tonale in Val di Sole and Lombardy, to the Dolomites of Madonna di Campiglio and Pinzolo in Val Rendena; from the slopes of Andalo and Fai della Paganella, to Monte Bondone overlooking Trento, to the Alpe Cimbra, with the resorts of Folgaria and Lavarone.

1 Skipass, 8 Resorts, 150 lifts and 380 km of slopes that unfold in the natural setting of western Trentino: these are the numbers that tell the Skirama Dolomiti story.

3# Ski Resorts in the Dolomites Val di Fiemme Ski Area

110 km of downhill slopes, 3 snowparks and a wide Après Ski setting. Val di Fiemme is among the most visited ski resorts in the Alps, it is surrounded by the Latemar Spires, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and it is among the most evocative areas to go skiing if you decide to go on a mountain vacation in Trentino.

With the Fiemme-Obereggen Skipass you will live an unprecedented skiing experience, accompanied by the beautiful scenery of the Dolomites with their unspoiled nature and exciting landscapes. Don't miss the chance to ski at night under the stars, between the Olimpia 3 slopes of Alpe Cermis and the Obereggen slope in the Ski Center Latemar, it will be only you, the magic of the night and the sound of skis gliding on the snow.

4# Ski Resorts in the Dolomites at Plan de Corones

The Plan de Corones (Kronplatz) ski area is located in the Plan de Corones Tourist Region (Italy, Trentino-South Tyrol, South Tyrol). 120 km of slopes is waiting for you! The winter sports area is located at an altitude of between 973 and 2,275 m.

You will find varied and high-quality slopes and a 360-degree panorama. Plan de Corones is a much sought-after place for true ski enthusiasts. In the upper part of Val Pusteria, the ski season is extraordinarily long, and the slopes are excellently maintained.

5# Ski Resorts in the Dolomites above Merano 2000

Merano 2000 ski area is part of South Tyrol's Ortler Skiarena ski area and it is located on the plateau above the jewel of Merano, South Tyrol. The ski area offers skiers and snowboarders 40 km of slopes of all difficulties, 9 lifts and 10 runs.

Merano's "sun terrace" is ideal for those who would like to spend quiet days in the mountains, just a few minutes from the city. After skiing, you can enjoy the warmth of the saunas and whirlpools at Therme Merano or a stroll to Merano Christmas Markets or simply a good meal of traditional South Tyrolean specialities at one of the many restaurants.

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