The Best of the Dolomites Resort

A "civilized" ski safari


upon request





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Don't worry, this is not an extreme skisafari where you have to move every day from one place to the next, nor do you have to be a good backcountry skier, running the risk of being too tired to enjoy the rest of your trip.


This program is a milder Ski safari, suitable for all ski enthusiasts, for those who like to combine sport with local tradition and enjoy the hospitality of the Ladin valleys.

Who wouldn’t enjoy such a combination of civilized outdoor adventure and living history? This skisafari is also designed to be family friendly, for families with youngsters who have ski experience and are technically proficient.

We let you discover the ski areas of the Dolomiti Super Ski carousel—among the world’s largest interconnected ski areas—in just one holiday.


Length 7 nights

Level °°+


Arrival in Alta Badia:  check-in in the hotel in Alta Badia and trip briefing with one of our local ski guides.

Dinner and overnight stay in a hotel in Badia.

1st day: Starting from the town of Badia you can ski the slopes of Alta Badia ski carousel.

Because of the experience of the guide you can discover the secrets of these unique places and admire the wonderful landscapes from the most panoramic points. The bravest of you can try the "Gran Risa" black slope, where the champions of the Ski World Cup meet each year.

Dinner and overnight stay in a hotel in Badia.

2nd day: Transfer to Piccolino, were the day begins with the discovery of another ski area: the Plan de Corones / Kronplatz also called the “Panettone” of Val Pusteria.

From the top you have a rich variety of slopes: to the north the very long Silvester and Herrnegg (5 km) that from 2200 meters goes down to 950 meters in the town of Riscone; to the south you can enjoy the sun-warmed slopes that reach Valdaora and San Vigilio; towards Percha along the 7 km of the new Ried slope. We bet that at the end of the day, you can't wait to relax a little at the hotel?

Dinner and overnight stay in a hotel in Badia.

3rd day: From Val Badia we move towards Val di Fassa.

In the first part of the day we will ski along the tracks that are part of the famous Sellaronda circuit and then we move to the Buffaure ski area, known for the difficult black Aloch piste, which hosts the ski champions training both during the day and at night.

Dinner and overnight stay in a hotel in Val di Fassa.


4th day: Let’s discover two other ski areas: Obereggen and / or Carrezza.

These two areas are located at the foot of the legendary Latemar and Catinaccio. The legend of King Laurin was born here. Still today during the sunset, King Laurin colors the mountains of red, due to a curse that he launched after being defeated.

Dinner and overnight stay in a hotel in Val di Fassa.


5th day: Transfer to Passo Fedaia. Obviously the day on the “Queen of the Dolomites” would not be complete without a trip to the queen herself: the Marmolada glacier.

The morning will begin by skiing on the perfect slopes of the glacier and then continuing on the "Tour of the Great War" that winds at the foot of famous Dolomites peaks such as the Civetta and the Pelmo. We will end the day in in Cortina d’Ampezzo, the pearl of the Dolomites.

Dinner and overnight stay in a hotel in Cortina d’Ampezzo.


6th day: Discovering the slopes of Cortina d'Ampezzo.

The morning will be dedicated to the "Olympic" side, that will host the Milan-Cortina Olympics ski competitions in 2026 and is located at the foot of the Tofane; in the afternoon we will move to the slopes of the Faloria area, surrounded by the impressive Monte Cristallo.

Dinner and overnight stay in a hotel in Cortina d’Ampezzo.


7th day: Check-out and departure.

The program can be personalized! We can modify the single stages or shorten and/or extend the duration of the tour.

More info


  • upon request from December to April


  • Organization of all the logistics that includes the bookings in all hotels
  • 7 days half-board accommodation in hotel (includes breakfast and dinner)
  • Briefing with one of our guides on your arrival day
  • Dolomiti Superski Skipass valid for 6 days
  • Required transfers
  • Bag transfer between the various resorts
  • All taxes
  • Special Holimites Souvenir


  • Any extras listed under "included in the price"
  • 6 guided ski days


  • Lunches, snacks...
  • Ski and boots rental (available on request)
  • Transfer to/from the Dolomites (available on request)
  • Cancellation insurance which guarantees you a full refund of the price paid if you should cancel your trip prior to your arrival.
  • Any extras not listed under “Included in the price”

Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

Do I need to know how to ski-well?
Yes, you should know how to ski well and to posses good handling of your skis.


Are there any other options in the case of adverse weather conditions?
Sir Alan Flemming once stated: “There is no such thing as bad weather, only inappropriate clothing.” Therefore, in case of bad weather, we will ski.


I am travelling by myself and would like to join a group that has already reserved. What can i do?
Contact us and we will tell you when there are skiing groups that have reserved for this offer. We can also organize this program as a private one-person tour (for an extra fee).