Duration: 6 Nights/5 Ski Days
Location: Dolomites Superski. 4-Star Hotel + Mountain Rifugios. Includes 5 Day Lift Ticket.
Pricing is per person in a shared room and is based on low season dates. Add 5% for high season (Jan 29-Mar 6). Airfare and R/T ground transport to Alta Badia not included. PLEASE INQUIRE ABOUT GROUP DEPARTURES.
On this adventure, you’ll ski on groomed slopes within the Dolomite Superski, a carousel of 12 skiing areas seamlessly connected by state-of-the-art lift facilities, offering 1,200 km of groomed slopes. Accommodations include 2 nights in a 4-star hotel and 4 nights lodging mountain “refugios.”
This trip is suitable for fit, intermediate or better skiers with a maximum of 6 skiers per mountain guide. Each day’s routes are designed to offer a choice of blue, red or black slopes during the day.
Off-piste skiing can also be arranged by special request.
Available as a private/customized tour with a minimum of 2 guests. Please inquire for pricing.
Group departures & self-guided tours are also available. Please inquire for pricing.
Day 1: Arrive in Alta Badia
Arrival on your own (or by transfer on request) and check in to your 4-star hotel in Alta Badia, in Italy's South Tyrol. This area is known for its breathtaking views, miles of well-groomed slopes, delicious cuisine and the warmth of its Ladin people, so named for the ancient language which they still speak today in addition to Italian, German and English. Dinner at the hotel.
Day 2: Val Gardena and Val di Fassa
After breakfast, meet with your UIAGM/IFMGA ski guide for a trip briefing, rent any equipment and pack your belongings in the duffel bag provided, which will be brought from hut to hut with the belongings you'll need for nights at the rifugios. You’ll ski today on the slopes of Alta Badia and Val Gardena. This region features innumerable slopes including gentle descents and the famed Gran Risa World Cup track. Continue the loop around the famous Sella Massif reaching Val di Fassa's 230 kilometers (142.9 miles) of ski slopes are always in perfect condition. Overnight at a Rifugio.
Day 3: Passo Fedaia and Marmolada Glacier
We ski today towards to the Marmolada, the highest mountain in the Dolomites at 3,342 meters (10, 965 ft.). The area is one of the most scenic of the Dolomites and home to her largest remaining glacier. The ski runs are well-groomed and run down the glacier towards the valley. The highest point of the ski area is also the starting point of one of the most beautiful ski runs of the Alps: La Bellunese. The Marmolada ski area offers wonderful intermediate and high difficulty ski slopes on the glacier, surrounded by breathtaking landscapes. Overnight at a Rifugio.
Day 4: Civetta and Passo Staulanza
Ski to Malga Ciapela at the bottom of the glacier and take a public bus to Alleghe. Spend the day skiing at the Civetta ski resort. Surrounded by plenty of majestic peaks and unobstructed views. The valleys on Monte Civetta are rich in history and tradition and became famous in the 19th century when the first winter guests discovered the imposing beauty and timeless charm of Monte Civetta, and Monte Pelmo (God’s Throne). At the end of the day, the owner of your next rifugio will pick you up and bring you to the mountain inn by van (about 15-minute transfer). Overnight at a Rifugio.
Day 5: Lagazuoi / Cinque Torri Area
A short transfer allows us to ski down to the ski bus to reach Passo Giau then ski all day in the Cinque Torri and Lagazuoi ski areas. In winter, the ski slopes here are always perfect, thanks to the favorable exposure. At the end of your skiing day, take the Lagazuoi cable car from the Falzarego Pass, which arrives at an altitude of 2,800 meters (9,186') in only three minutes! From the top, enjoy the breathtaking panorama from the terrace of the Rifugio Lagazuoi, famous throughout the world for its spectacular views of the Dolomite peaks, and your home for tonight. Overnight at the Rifugio.
Day 6: Armentarola and Alta Badia
With its magical scenery, the Armentarola is one of the most beautiful slopes in the Dolomites, if not the world. It unfolds along the foot of the imposing Fanes mountain, in a fairy-tale valley surrounded by castles of rock and frozen waterfalls, making for a magical descent that goes on forever. The run ends with a horse-drawn lift from where you can do it all again, or move on as you spend your last ski day in the area of Alta Badia, and finally settle back into your hotel to enjoy a last dinner in the Dolomites. Overnight at the hotel.
6 Participants is the maximum number of skiers per guide. For additional participants, pricing will be calculated accordingly.
Includes 6 nights accommodation (2 nights in a 4 star hotel in Alta Badia/4 nights in mountain rifugios in private or semi private rooms, some with shared bathroom), All Breakfasts, All Dinners, English speaking Professional UIAGM/IFMGA Ski Guides for 5 days (Up to 6 skiers per guide), Dolomiti Superskipass for 5 days, Transportation in the area as per itinerary, Duffel bag transfer, Local Tourist Taxes, Italian VAT Tax.
Round Trip Airfare, Trip Cancellation Insurance, Daily Lunches, Ground Transportation to/from Alta Badia (Transfers available for additional cost), Ski Equipment Rentals, Beverages with meals. Optional Gratuities for ski guides.
Although every effort is made to adhere to the stated tour, itineraries are subject to change at any time due to unforeseen circumstances beyond the control of Via del Vino, LLC and its travel providers. A 25% deposit is due at the time of booking. The deposit is non-refundable. For full terms & Conditions, visit: https://viadelvino.com/return-policy/ and reference the section on group culinary tours. A day-by-day tour schedule with contacts, transfer information, and additional details is provided before your departure.