All slopes are meticulously prepared and attended on a daily basis. 300 snowcats are in operation during the night aim to ensure that the slopes are in a perfect condition at the start of the following day.
From the beginning of December through to April, Dolomiti Superski is able to guarantee perfectly prepared slopes, as 90% of the ski slopes are situated at an altitude between 1,500 and the 3,269 m of the Marmolada glacier.
The huge natural snowfalls means that the region has not had to rely much on its massive artificial snowmaking arsenal which covers 90% of the 1,200 km of slopes - so 1,100 km, are covered by snow making facilities for first-class slope conditions.
"Nowadays the criteria used to define a perfect winter holiday is no longer the quantity of natural snow but the kilometres of accessible slopes and the number of lift facilities. Dolomiti Superski scores the highest points on both fronts. What today's skiers want is to be able to enjoy fantastic days of sunshine on the slopes amidst beautiful landscapes carving down on perfectly prepared slopes." said a Dolomiti Superski spokesperson.