The Dolomites feature 12 different ski areas, connecting via ski lifts and free ski buses. The region offers a total of 1200 km of ski slopes, accessible with only one ski card: the Dolomiti Superski, also known as SuperDolomites.See all our chalets and apartments in Dolomites - Ski Civetta
Those who choose the Dolomites for their winter sport holiday can ski from valley to valley, with 450 ski lifts, divided over 12 ski areas. The conditions of the area are close to perfect, situated at an altitude starting from 1500 metres up to 3269 metres.
Due to the location on the southern side of the Alps the region is one of the sunniest winter sport destinations of Europe. Furthermore, the area is almost completely snow-certain because of the modern snow cannons that have been placed over the past years.
The Dolomites are seen as one of the most beautiful mountain scenery in the world. It is therefore that this area has been added to the UNESCO heritage list. About 250 million years ago the Dolomites arose from the Earth's crust and have been subject to change by the relentless effects of water, wind and ice. Many of the visitors are mesmerized by the jagged mountain peaks, steep mountains and beautiful colours that change throughout the day. During sunset, the peaks get a crimson colour that changes into violet when the night falls.
One of the 12 ski areas in the Dolomites is Ski Civetta. This beautiful ski area is connected to the villages of Alleghe, Zoldo Alto and Palafavera and covers a total of 80 km of slopes. This area is very suitable for beginners as the ski runs are not too steep and quiet - perfect for those who want to practise their turns and to improve their technique. Around the village of Zoldo Alto are more red slopes situated and for the more advanced skiers there are also plenty of off-piste possibilities. Moreover, in Zoldo Alta you can also go night skiing on the well-lit ski runs!