A combination of great snow and low prices has produced a remarkable renaissance in Italian skiing in recent years. The Dolomite Mountains are in the north east of Italy.
Scattered through these spectacular mountains are numerous valleys and resort villages, most of which link into one of the world’s largest network of interconnected ski areas.
Some of the better known resorts include Val Gardena, Cortina D’Ampezzo, Arabba and Campitello di Fassa. All resorts can be skied on the Dolomiti Superski Pass, a lift pass covering 464 lifts.
The Dolomites Mountains of northern Italy offers the world’s largest lift-served region. Its an enormous, modern network of 460 ski lifts, 50 ski areas, 44 resorts and over 1220 km of trails.
All of this is available on the one Dolomiti Superski pass.