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Dolomite Mountains and Cortina Semi Private Day Trip from Venice
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Dolomite Mountains and Cortina Semi Private Day Trip from Venice

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Trade city life in Venice for the Dolomite Mountains, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Skip the headache of renting a car and focus on the scenery on this hassle-free tour, which stops at Lake Misurina and the alpine town of Cortina d'Ampezzo. With views of the impressive Tre Cime di Lavaredo peaks, this tour includes both guided and independent elements, as well as a small group of just eight people.<br><br>Please note:&#xa0;From November 15th-March 31st this tour will visit Braies Lake and San Candido instead of Lakes Santa Caterina and Misurina.&#xa0;From November 23rd to January 6th you'll also visit the San Candido Christmas Market.
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Kaytie66 wrote a review Mar 2020
Holmfirth, United Kingdom134 contributions75 helpful votes
This is certainly worth doing at least Once - new to the area it helped us get our bearings. Beautiful views and great pistes. However a few points to remember... do it when the snow is good... choose a sunny day... start early and bang round in 3 hrs before the snow is churned up. We did it this week and in the afternoon every steep section was just masses of huge clumps of snow. It was really hard to enjoy the skiing... more of an endurance test. We are both good skiers with lots of experience but these conditions provided even us with an interesting challenge (we did the orange route). As someone else said... once you’ve done it - go to each area and ski it as every valley has a lot to offer.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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LommaTraveller wrote a review Mar 2020
Lomma, Sweden209 contributions16 helpful votes
It is a 3-6 hour journey, plus lunch stop in great skiarea. You can do orange or green route, with a preference for the orange, which gives somewhat better skiing. The skiing is easy (blue and red pistes) Plenty of great lunch places.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Eda wrote a review Feb 2020
Vastra Frolunda, Sweden369 contributions50 helpful votes
Great roundtrip to do any day except when you have bad wether like hard winds etc (due to risk that they close the lifts). The orange (clockwise) round is the best as you will get slightly better slopes and connection that direction. Don't forget to ski a bit on the sides during the round to get the most out of it.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Helen C wrote a review Feb 2020
Canberra, Australia10 contributions1 helpful vote
We have returned to ski in the Dolomites after a 20 year absence. While everything people say about the beauty of the place, the skiing, the fun of skiing from village, lunching in the sun on a restaurant terrace is all true, what people don’t tell you is that the lift queues are enormous and there are way too many people on the slopes for it to be an enjoyable experience. The result is you spend very little time skiing and when you do ski you are basically skiing around the moving obstacles. Apart from a very few slow signs there is no evidence of any regard for skier safety. When we asked an instructor what the safety arrangements were he said that he didn’t know of any. We wouldn’t bother skiing the Sella ever again. So lucky to have skied it many times when we were last here. Unfortunately it is a victim of overcrowding. The amazing infrastructure is just creating a mess on the slopes.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Tamir P wrote a review Aug 2019
Nes Ziona, Israel6 contributions3 helpful votes
Sella Ronda, has excellent facilities - its popular so there are always people around, but large skiing area makes it a perfect place for ski. long slopes, good snow and good food, suggest to try on different days both direction of red and blue.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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