Dolomiti superski
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Antonio Roberto Winter
Belo Horizonte, MG1,852 contributions
Dec 2019 • Friends
I didn't know the whole region, but from the part I knew it seemed the best of the tracks !!! Great retaurants, treated track and good infrastructure !!
Written March 15, 2020
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Lei M
Finland41 contributions
Feb 2019 • Family
This is a gigantic ski resort. So many slopes to explore. It is comparable with French 3 Valleys in my opinion. Quite a few long runs. Sellaronda is a must! Our family did both green and orange routes. It's better to start the round trip as early as possible so that you will have enough time to relax, admire the scenery and enjoy good foods! We almost missed the last lift when doing green route simply because of starting late and spending a bit too much time in one restaurant...
We got a full week's of sunshine, which is said to be usual according to locals. Temperature has been a bit too high in my opinion. Many slopes became slushy in the afternoon and there were many moguls.
Delicious foods with very reasonable price can be found from any big or small wooden cabins along the slopes. I have never been disappointed by any of those places where I stopped for lunch. Very good reason to make one back to this ski resort again!
Written February 24, 2019
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viaUAA
Ljubljana, Slovenia667 contributions
Feb 2019 • Solo
This ski card with many connected ski areas give you unique opportunity to travel on skies and i would recommend for those who love this kind of "transportation". If you are staying for more than one day you can have each day a new trip do different destinations with using only cable cars, chairlifts or lifts. Of course it depends on the ares were are you located - but all ski areas around Sella Ronda in general give you this oppourtunity. My observation during the period od last 7 years is that new cableway devices speed up the journey and also reduced the waiting times. Last experience is that the longest waiting time was 25 minutes (for cable car on Seceda in Val Gardena), but for all other devices i have never wait for more than 5 minutes - and this was in peak season (February), most most of them acctually less than 1 minute. All routes are well marked, as well as current information about weather and slope conditions, not to mention all cosy restaurant in mountain cottages on the slopes. Some hints for skiiing trips:
Take downhill Saslong and underground train to Seceda from were there is 10km descent to Ortisei (you return back to Seceda with cable car).
Ski trip to Santa Croce - a bit more away from more crowded slopes in Alta Badia and worth due to there is less crowded.
Ski trip to Marmolada and continuning with Sella Ronda (in any direction) - take care that on the afternoon some steep slopes around Sella Ronda can be more destroyed, because many skiiers take the route around Sella Ronda.
Ski descent from mountain Lagazoui - for this you need to take taxi/bus from Armentarola to the Falazarego pass and from there a cable car. This slope (called Armentarola slope) in wort to take, because you are skiing in the between mountains (there is no chairlift or other devices), so still in properly prepared slope, but you do not have a feeling being in the ski resort. At the end you need to take a horse pull to the nearest ski lift.
Written February 16, 2019
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John C
18 contributions
Mar 2023
On the website they offer a skipass 5 out of 6 days. I had to start these days on a Sunday, but the office in Santa Christina where one can buy a pass was closed, and the ticket machines do not offer a 5 out of 6 pass. Nicely done.

You can get a ski bus ticket for a week for 10 Euros in most hotels. To my surprise this ticket is not valid for the ride between Saltria and Monte Pana.
Written March 17, 2023
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Vladimir Z
1 contribution
Feb 2023
I have stay one week in Alleghe. Skipass is pretty expensive. After 4 days skiing I would like to check my ski performace. The web peges are horrible. After several times loggin i have recived information my performance is no performance. Crazy after 4 days of skiing. Please do noz pay any money to your IT.
Written February 8, 2023
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mkroon
Blaricum, The Netherlands120 contributions
Feb 2017 • Family
Went to Dolomiti Superski for the first time and can without exaggeration say it is the best ski area I have ever had the fortune of visiting. A week is barely enough to scratch the surface of the 1200kms of slopes. Everything is signposted to perfection and the Sellaronda circular routes are really spectacular. Loved it immensely and will most definitely be back..
Written February 25, 2017
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copper375
Salisbury, UK166 contributions
Feb 2019 • Family
A mind boggling array of inter connected ski areas that almost leaves you panicking that you might never be found. Yet it is well served by all manner of gondolas, chair lifts and button lifts.

Difficult to tire of it.
Written February 21, 2019
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Michael O
Amsterdam, The Netherlands259 contributions
Jan 2017 • Friends
300 days of sun per year. Spectacular views and over 600 km slopes. Furthermore they are masters in preparing the slopes. When we arrived, they did not have had snow for at least 6 weeks and the slopes were still incredible.
Written January 17, 2017
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M Glu
Zagreb, Croatia28 contributions
Jan 2017 • Family
On a second week of January 2017, we bought 3 ski passes for 5 days. On 6th JAN weather got worse and strong wind started to blow. Almost all ski slopes were closed (26 of them) and they left only two small tracks working. We went to ask for a money back or discount for that day, but got info that we will not get any refund for that or the other days back. Many people tryed the same thing and got frustrated afterwards. I also sent complaintment letter via mail I got from the Tongola office but nobody answered.

If you go to ski there, don't by more days ski pass. Buy only for the day you are sure you will use, because there is no justification of 40 eur price if everything is not operating.
Written January 12, 2017
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pdhallinan
Delamere, UK23 contributions
Dec 2016 • Friends
A big thank you to all the hard work the lift company have done in preparing the ski area with such great man-made snow, given how warm it was at the start of the season the slope was in great condition for the first week of the season, lift attendants where all in good form, then again it was the start of the season, all the restaurants we visited and there were many gave us a warm welcome great food and service, so a big thumbs up for the area.
Written January 8, 2017
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