Escape The Beaten Track With A Ski-Tour Excursion In The Italian Dolomites
Enjoy stunning views of the Italian Dolomites as you explore this epic region by ski-tour
Discover the rich history of the Italian Alps with a historic tour, and explore Second World War tunnels and trenches dug by Austrian troops
Escape the hustle and bustle of the main tourist resorts, and bask in the peace and splendor of the Dolomiti wilderness
Explore the fabulous nightlife and culture of chic Cortina d'Ampezzo, the perfect spot to base yourself for a ski-tour vacation
Immerse yourself in nature with a multi-day ski-tour vacation, as your trained mountain guide leads you to little-visited spots
The closest airports can be found in Venice or Innsbruck, in Austria. The easiest option from here is to drive to the town, but if you want to avoid renting a vehicle then there are regular buses from Venice Mestre train station, Venice Marco Polo airport and from Treviso airport.
Accommodation tends to lean on the expensive side in Cortina d'Ampezzo, and there are plenty of fabulous five star options, including the historic Grand Hotel Miramonti Majestic. If you're looking for something a little more budget friendly then you can find a room for around $50, or less in the …
Accommodation tends to lean on the expensive side in Cortina d'Ampezzo, and there are plenty of fabulous five star options, including the historic Grand Hotel Miramonti Majestic. If you're looking for something a little more budget friendly then you can find a room for around $50, or less in the summer season.
The scenery in the Italian Dolomites is second to none. These luminous, limestone massifs are famed for their beauty, and provide ample opportunity for skiers looking to push themselves to their limits.
Unless specified, most guided ski tours do not include equipment or suitable clothing. If you don't have your own skis then you will find plenty of places to rent in Cortina d'Ampezzo – just ask at your hotel for your closest shop. Most tours run from November until February, which is when the snow is at its best. Because of this small window, tours tend to fill up fast, so it's worth booking in advance to reserve your spot. It can get mighty chilly out there, so layer up and make sure you have a full set of waterproof clothing to keep you dry.