The Dolomiti Superski area has installed a range of new lifts over the summer, improving passenger capacity and speed to the slopes.
Val Gardena/Siusi Alps has a new funicular cable car 'Rasciesa' in Ortisei which replaces the single-seater chairlift and will serve the ski connection to the Seceda intermediate station and to the sledge track to Ortisei.
Kronplatz's new 10-seater gondola 'Gipfelbahn' on the Brunico's side of the mountain is complete with heated leather seats.
Cortina d'Ampezzo's new four-seater chairlift 'Roncato/Socrepes' on the Tofana slope replaces the old model and increases the transport capacity to 1800 persons per hour.
Alta Badia's new four-seater chairlift 'Pre Ciablun' connects the Arlara summit station with the Braia Fraida intermediate station. Also, the new four-seater 'La Rua' chairlift replaces the old three-seater one.
The ski area of Padola in the Val Comelico has been integrated into the ski region of Sextner Dolomiten/Alta Pusteria. The new slopes and lifts are accessible from the Monte Croce Pass and the way back to the pass is served by the shuttle.
The new six-seater chairlift 'Rossalm' in the ski zone of Plose near Bressanone, replaces the old facility and raising its transportation rate to 1700 person per hour.
Lastly, the ski shuttle connections between the ski areas of Helm, Rotwand, Monte Croce Pass, and Padola have all been improved.