Dolomiti superski

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Dolomiti superski
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Antonio Roberto Winter
Belo Horizonte, MG1,827 contributions
Best ski slope in the region!
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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jamboelite
North Berwick, UK22 contributions
Dolomiti Superski
Feb 2020 • Family
Extensive piste and uplift network. Infrastructure in very good condition and sometimes staggeringly modern and effective. The train through the mountain at Christians is an example.
Written February 16, 2020
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Nigel C
Kings Lynn2 contributions
Skiing
Feb 2020 • Family
Wonderful skiing. I love this area, the facilities are excellent and good value. The skiing is brilliant and varied.
Written February 7, 2020
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Alexander P
Cambridge, UK931 contributions
Excellent skiing
Mar 2019 • Couples
Brilliant skiing, even late in March. The slopes down from Jimmy Hut tend to be in better shape late in the year. Alternatively you can go to Corvara by a cable car and navigate up to Piz Boe from there, or take a series of bar lifts. Ski rentals are in town – try Sport Pescosta by the bridge.
Written March 24, 2019
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LondonFriday
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India192 contributions
Great ski area
Mar 2019 • Friends
There is masses of skiing in this area, especially if you like touring.

The lift pass is extensive - as long as you don’t buy the more limited ones you can ski the whole sella Ronda and lots of offshoots so even in a week it is unlikely you will cover it all.

Most of the runs are easy -wide with not too steep gradients, but there are occasional nasty steep and narrow bits and in the afternoon the bits of sella Ronda that everyone goes on are awful because they cut up badly and big moguls are formed by lunchtime. Moguls plus crowded slopes plus skiers who are stuck with no alternatic route =be careful. Out of control skiers are a risk.

The scenery is fantastic.

It’s worth getting a guide to point you to the less busy areas especially at holiday time. Some of the queues at pinch points are horrendous; and the majority of lifts are actually quite slow. Not many covered chair lifts and a lot of 2/3/4 person lifts where in other areas you’d probably see 6/8 seaters.

The mountain huts are not consistent; some are dire with long shambolic queues and not enough people serving; others are excellent but you’d better reserve or go late. Again some local advice is what you need.

Overall though well worth it.
Written March 11, 2019
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Lei M
Finland41 contributions
Numerous slopes and delicious foods!
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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copper375
Salisbury, UK164 contributions
Outstanding
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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viaUAA
Ljubljana, Slovenia652 contributions
Traveling on skies
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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MunroBasher
Lancashire179 contributions
The finest ski area on the planet
Jan 2019 • Couples
The whole Dolomiti Superkski area is vast, and the linked areas around the Sella Massif provide bus-free skiing only access to a great range of pistes and valleys, passes and mountains. Somewhere different to travel to each day.
Written February 4, 2019
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Arthur A
Medlow Bath, Australia13 contributions
Amazing!
Jan 2019 • Family
What a massive and beautiful ski area. We spent 8 days skiing the Dolomites and wished I had a couple of more weeks to investigate this massive ski area!! The number of runs is dizzying!
All types of terrain, great facilities and well priced. I will be back!
Written January 28, 2019
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