Dolomiti Superski will now send the latest snow updates, special offers, events, and even your daily skiing stats straight to your mobile phone.

Register for the free SMS/MMS newsletter and you will receive fresh information. You can also find out your daily stats, how far you've skied and how many lifts used, by simply downloading your ski performance on your mobile.

Connect your phone to the Web site and you will be able to look at the live web-cam images of the resorts and see for yourself the actual slope conditions. Additionally you can access useful numbers to book accommodation, ski lessons or lunch in one of the huts.

The service offers instant updates on open lifts and terrain, current weather, skimap, events, huts, wining and dining, and more.

Lone skiers and snowboarders will also be able to meet like-minded people thanks to the Dolomiti Superski dating service: Arrange to meet for a ski date through your mobile.

Areas of the Dolomiti Superski opened Nov. 28, but the entire region will be open from Dec. 4. The area combines 1200 kilometres of slopes and 12 big-name resorts, including [R604R, Cortina D'Ampezzo], [R2593R, Alta Badia], [R2290R, Kronplatz], [R1610R, Val Gardena]/[R1781R, Alpe di Siusi], Val di Fassa/Carezza, [R2385R, Arabba]/[R2102R, Marmolada], [R1961R, Alta Pusteria], Valle di Fiemme/[R2352R, Obereggen], [R1883R, S. Martino di Castrozza]/[R2755R, Passo Rolle], Valle Isarco, Trevalli-Moena/[R1976R, S. Pellegrino]/[R2001R, Falcade], and Civetta.

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