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dolomiti superski

Most of the ski slopes in the Dolomites are part of the Dolomiti Superski, the largest ski area in Italy, covering an area of approximately three thousand square metres, for a total of 1200 kilometres of slopes, almost all of which have artificial snow systems. The Dolomiti Superski is divided into twelve different areas, all accessible with a single ski pass.

Civetta Ski

The Civetta ski area, just three kilometres away, offers modern facilities and 72 kilometres of slopes with views of Mount Civetta, Mount Pelmo and the Sella Group.

Malga Ciapela

From Malga Ciapela, only 15 minutes’ drive from the apartment, you can reach the top of the Marmolada, the highest peak in the Dolomites, and its famous Bellunese ski run, connected to the Sella Ronda carousel.

Arabba

Arabba, a characteristic village at the foot of the Sella massif 28 kilometres away, is another main hub for accessing the circuit.

Falcade

Falcade, only 20 kilometres from home, ais the ideal access point to the slopes of the San Pellegrino Ski Area.

The Fedare refuge

The Fedare refuge, also 20 kilometres away on the road between Selva di Cadore and Passo Giau is connected to the slopes of the 5 Torri ski area from which you can also reach the ski runs of Cortina d’Ampezzo with the new Cortina Skyline cable car.

Night Skiing

Nordic ski lovers can access the several tracks available in the surrounding area, some of which have floodlights to allow you to ski at night. It is also possible to go on snowshoe walks, with various routes starting from Alleghe.