THE DOLOMITES: South Tyrolean skiing and gastronomy
As part of the Southern Limestone Alps, the staggering Dolomites span over: 1220km of skiing, 3 provinces and 26 regions. The province of South Tyrol, south of the Austrian Tyrol, offers an astounding and wonderfully unique ski and gastronomic experience which we are sure any Skiworld guest will cherish.
The Skiing is simply unrivalled in Europe. The Dolomites are twice the size of any other ski area on the continent and results in empty lift queues and a great value lift pass and the option to ski several different ski areas in one week. Ideal for the intermediate skier, skiing and lunching is regarded in equal measures.
The Sella Ronda is like a skiing merry-go-round, connecting up a multitude of ski areas that attach to the central ski route around the huge limestone butte. Offering easy access to every corner of this ski area; from the Sasslong World Cup run to the Marmolada Glacier and the Hidden Valley, skiers can explore each town, nook and cranny at their leisure or attack the Sella Ronda circuit for a one-day ski challenge. With a huge variety of slopes on offer, the Sella Ronda works for any mix of skiers.
Resorts include; Ortisei, St Christina, Selva, Colfosco, La Villa, Corvara, San Cassiano, Canazei and Arabba among many more
If you are interested in a ski-tour around the Sella Ronda please give our Tailor-made team a call on 0330 102 8004 and they will help you design your perfect itinerary
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