Skiing on the slopes of the Dolomiti Superski in Alta Badia
Skiing is by far the principal activity in winter. And the Dolomites are a skier’s paradise thanks to the most convenient connections and the breathtaking natural environment.Discover Alpine skiing
Skiing with feeling
Ski along some of the most famous skitours crossing Ladin valleys and passes
The Dolomiti Superski area covers 1200 kms of prepared slopes in several valleys of the Dolomites, most of which are directly connected with each other, making it one of the world’s largest ski carousels. The season lasts from early December until April (depending on the snow conditions).
What makes a skiing holiday in the Dolomites even more special are the delicious mountain dishes available at the countless traditional mountain huts dotting the landscape, making them a special place to discover the taste of Ladin and South Tyrolean cuisine while enjoying a day of skiing in one of the most unique natural landscapes of the world, the Dolomites, UNESCO World Heritage Site.
One of the highlights of skiing in Alta Badia is the Sellaronda, a panoramic ski circuit circling around the Sella massif and getting over the 4 Dolomite passes connecting the 4 Ladin valleys of Val Badia, Gherdeina (Gröden/Val Gardena), Fascia (Val di Fassa) and Fodom (Buchenstein/Livinallongo), all while skiing through the most breathtaking mountain vistas.
From the Camping Sass Dlacia, thanks to our ski bus service, you can easily access the nearest lift and therefore the 12 Dolomiti Superski resorts. We will take you directly to the Armentarola skilift, so you don’t need to move your rolling home and worry about parking.
The several ski instructors of Alta Badia are the go-to persons if you want to learn how to ski, snowboard or even telemark, or also if you simply prefer being accompanied by a guide to show you the area and where to have the best food. In Armentarola, where our ski-bus stops, you will find the Scola de Schi Dolomites and in Piz Sorega you will find the Scuola Sci San Cassiano.