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Discover Ski Italy

Skiing in Italy combines stunning Alpine scenery, particularly the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage site, with a rich cultural heritage, offering slopes for all levels. Italian ski resorts blend modern amenities with traditional charm, featuring picturesque villages and exquisite cuisine, including pastas, cheeses, and wines.

The ski season typically spans from December to April, with key areas like Courmayeur, Cervinia, and Dolomiti Superski offering diverse skiing experiences. Après-ski in Italy is more about relaxed dining than late-night partying, though some resorts have vibrant nightlife. Besides downhill skiing, the regions also provide cross-country skiing and snowboarding, catering to a broad range of winter sports interests.

Ski Areas of Italy

The Milky Way Ski Area

The Milky Way (Via Lattea) ski area, spanning the Italian-French border, includes resorts like Sestriere, Sauze d'Oulx, and Montgenèvre, offering over 400 km of pistes for all levels. Famous for its part in the 2006 Winter Olympics, it has a modern lift system for easy resort access.

The area's high altitude ensures good snow conditions, typically from December to April. Each resort has its own character, from vibrant après-ski scenes to family-friendly environments. Besides skiing, there are activities like snowshoeing and ice skating, along with Italian and French culinary delights.

Well-connected to cities like Turin and Milan, the Milky Way is ideal for those seeking varied terrain, scenic views, and a mix of cultural atmospheres.


The Dolomites Super Ski area

The Dolomiti Superski area, in the Italian Alps, is one of the world's largest ski networks, encompassing 12 resorts including Cortina d'Ampezzo, Val Gardena, and Alta Badia. It offers 1,200 km of diverse pistes suitable for all skill levels and is famous for the Sella Ronda ski circuit.

This area features a state-of-the-art lift system and a single ski pass for access to all resorts. Known for reliable snow conditions, the season typically runs from late November to April. The Dolomites' stunning natural beauty is complemented by a rich cultural blend of Ladin, Italian, and Austrian influences, offering a unique après-ski experience with local cuisine and alpine village charm.

Easily accessible from major Italian cities, Dolomiti Superski is a top choice for skiers and snowboarders seeking extensive terrain and a blend of natural and cultural experiences.


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