Winter at last, and with snow! The snowy peaks of the Dolomites - declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO - and those of the Vicenza, Treviso and Verona mountains await you with an abundance of outdoor activities.
There are plenty of options to choose from: skiing (downhill, cross country, freestyle), snowboarding, telemarking, snowshoe walking, ice climbing and much more.
Thanks to the natural profile of the area, Asiago is the undisputed capital of this discipline. In close contact with an uncontaminated nature, cross-country skiers can count on more than 500 kilometres of pistes. There are six organized centres with paths for professionals but also for beginners and families with children.
The ski area of Cortina d’Ampezzo is part of the Dolomiti Superski, the number one ski carousel in the world that combines 12 prestigious locations: a single skipass for 450 skilifts and 1220 kilometres of accessible pistes. A true paradise for winter sports lovers
When winter arrives in the Dolomites it does so in a magical white robe. From this moment it is time to dust down the skis, snowboards and other equipment for winter sports from the cellar and to best prepare for your winter holidays in the Dolomites!
Far away from the crowded slopes, the lovers of ski mountaineering and freeride find among our Dolomites uncontaminated landscapes to be experienced with enthusiasm. Immersed in the “clouds” of snow that rise at every bend, launching yourself from sharp crests and between narrow channels.
For the lovers of excursions with snow shoes on their feet, the Dolomites of Cadore offer suggestive landscapes. Among these UNESCO heritage giants one discovers an uncontaminated nature, far from the crowded slopes, in an almost magical and unreal silence
One of the most beautiful places to climb on ice lies at the foot of the Marmolada. These are the famous Serrai di Sottoguda, a deep natural gorge hollowed out of the rock and about 2 km long