Dolomiti Superski - skiing in the Dolomites
1200 km of slopes, 1 skipass to ski on the Dolomites
Both the Kronplatz and the skiing district of Alta Badia are part of the Dolomiti Superski, one of the most important skiing districts in Italy and one of the biggest in the world. It expands itself in three different provinces: Bolzano, Trento and Belluno for a total amount of 12 skiing zones.
Born in the year 1974 the Dolomiti Superski now offers the chance to use 450 new generation ski lifts and well 1120 km of slopes for beginners, children and adults with one unique skipass.
The district involves all the five ladin valleys and presents in its structure numerous skiing tours characterized by its specific signage. Among these the famous Sella Ronda, that allows to admire some of the best landscapes of the Dolomites going around the massive Sella Group.