Alpine skiing






Cortina d’Ampezzo is a paradise for snow sports enthusiasts. A location unrivalled by any other in the Alps, it offers a wide variety of slopes of every level of difficulty, catering to all age groups with something to please everyone. Cortina is part of the Dolomiti Superski area, the world’s largest skiing carousel that links 12 top skiing resorts: just one skipass gives you access to 450 lifts and 1220 kilometres of pistes and trails.


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66 pistes for a total of 115 Km
1715 m of difference in altitude
guaranteed snow cover on 95% of slopes
34 cableways - 5 cable cars - 26 chairlifts - 3 skilifts
sunshine 8 days out of 10

Lift situation

Cableway consortium
Via Marconi, 15/b - Cortina d'Ampezzo (BL)
Tel. 0039 0436 862171

New prices are now available for the valley skipass and the entire Dolomiti superski district

Free skibus for Skipass Possessor.

Ski Area




Faloria Tofana Lagazuoi


Snowpark  Snowpark

500 metres long and divided into two areas based on level of difficulty: an Easy Line (4 kickers, a box and a rail) for those who want to attempt jumps and kicks on the snow for the first time; a Medium Line with a super box kink, a t-box, a tube rail, bonk bins, a wall ride and a tree bonk with kicker fun.


BabyPark  Baby Slopes

- Baby Socrepes is a very gentle slope which is ideal for children taking their first steps on skis, surrounded by cartoon characters and colourful trails.
- Mietres is particularly suitable for children, with pistes immersed in beautiful woodland and a specially reserved trail for toboggans and sleds.
- Baby Guargnè is a very gentle ski slope complete with chairlift and rubber play structures dotted along the trail.

Themed Ski Tours

The spectacular Olympia ski-tour starts from the Tofane area and follows the Olympic run down to Rumerlo where, during the 1956 Winter Olympics, the Olympic flame burned. Faloria offers the extremely long Vitelli piste which hosted the Olympic giant slalom and is now dedicated to slow skiing. For history buffs there is the Great War Tour: an 80 kilometre itinerary taking in immaculate snow-covered trails. There is also the classic Sellaronda Passes Tour, one of the most spectacular tours covering 26 km of pistes.

Go to Great War Ski Tour 

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Go to Ski and snowboard schools

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