News from Dolomiti Superski

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  • The shining lights of the Dolomites

    Where else could you dine on Michelin-star food while still wearing your ski boots? Consider skiing in the Dolomites. Full Article

    28th March 2014

  • Italian Ups & Downhills: One Olympic Skier's Fave & Feared World Cup Stops

    As Travis Ganong races toward his first Olympics in Sochi, he brings us along. Full Article

    14th January 2014

  • Val Gardena - Dress warmly and get out in nature

    www.valgardena.it Full Article

    30th October 2013

  • Where can you find A-List Celebrities on the Slopes?

    Find out where A-List Movie stars go to ski. Full Article

    26th April 2013

  • The Road to Sochi: U.S. Ski Team Athlete Travis Ganong Takes 7th Place in Bormio

    Our U.S. Ski Team blogger Travis Ganong gives us an update after taking 7th place in Bormio. Full Article

    22nd January 2013

  • Travis Ganong Crushes it in Italy

    Our U.S. Ski Team Blogger Travis Ganong checks in after crushing it at Val Gardena and Bormio, Italy. Full Article

    11th January 2013

  • Two more quads take Val Gardena tally up to 27

    Italy's Val Gardena, centred on three key resorts in the Dolomites, the best known of which is Selva, is replacing two more drag lifts with new quad chairs taking the area's remarkable tally up to 27, the most in the world for a single ski region. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Val Gardena quad count hits 27

    Italy's Val Gardena is upgrading another old chairlift this summer and will be able to offer its guests 27 quad chair lifts next winter, 13 of them high speed detachable lifts. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • New quad for Cortina

    Italy's most stylish resort, Cortina d'Ampezzo, has announced a new high speed quad chairlift, "Taiarezze-Malon," with a capacity of 1,200 people per hour will replace the old double chairlift "Taiarezze-Fedo" this winter. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Hi-tech chips for Dolomiti Superski brings discounts and love

    South Tyrol will be the first region in Italy to introduce a day ski pass where you pay by the day, after you've skied, and accumulate discounts the more days you ski. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Chef’s Cup in Alta Badia

    Alta Badia in Italy's South Tyrol will hold the Chef's Cup Südtirol for the third winter in a row, from the 20th to 22nd January. Over 100 of the best international Chefs and wine producers are expected for this informal competition offering typical cuisine, sport, fun and solidarity. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Alta Badia claims pony powered lift is eco-friendliest in The Alps

    Italy's Alta Badia has been investing in environmental politics with natural parks and ecologically friendly houses, biomass remote heating and the creation of clean energy for many years before the current climate change debate began. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • One Of The World's Original Freeride Competitions Rides Again

    More than 60 years after the first Freeride competitions were organised in Italy's Alta Badia region, the Dolomiti Superski resort will revive the tradition this weekend with four days of competitions on the Val Mezdì in the Sella mountains group. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • A favourite place to meet and pause

    The tradition of the Christmas Market in Bruneck is still rather young but nevertheless or perhaps for exactly that reason the market has become very popular. Martin Resch, executive director of the town committee and organizer of the Christmas Market in Bruneck, explains what is so special about this particular market. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Baldheads are sexy

    The "baldy" Kronplatz Mountain is 2,275 metres high – and baldheads are generally known to be sexy. 20 modern cableways, 6 chair lifts as well as 5 cable lifts purr and buzz from three directions up to the summit. Queue time is a word that doesn't exist with a transport capacity of 64,000 people per hour. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Heavy Snow In The Dolomites

    Huge snowfalls in the Italian Dolomites have caused short term problems for the mountain communities but set the region up for spectacular skiing over the nest few months. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Val di Fiemme Offers Great Snow And Services

    Val di Fiemme, the renowned tourist resort at the foot of the Dolomites in Italy, stands out because it offers the double opportunity for practising both alpine and nordic skiing to the highest level. The pistes are skiable from December to April, and although there's been huge snowfall already this winter, that's backed up with artificial snow-making. The area also features a network of fast and up-to-date lifts, showing the most modern dimension of skiing. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • More Snow For Italy

    Northern Italy continues to receive regular snowfalls and www.Skiinfo.com issued six powder alarms for the country in the past 24 hours. The biggest falls were at Cortina d'Ampezzo with 80cm (nearly three feet), and Limone Piemonte with 50 cm (20 inches). Arabba Marmolada still has the most snow in the country with 480cm (16 feet) on upper slopes. Alagna Valsesia in the Monterosa Ski region and Passo Tonale are only a few inches behind. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Dolomites Dumped On

    Big snowfalls have returned to Europe over the past 72 hours. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • New 7km Piste And Cable Car in Dolomites

    A spectacular new cable car at Kronplatz that is currently being completed in the Italian Dolomites for the coming winter will also open a new 7km long piste, probably the biggest new run in the world for 2011-12. Full Article

    17th August 2012

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