La Dolce Vita on Skis

During this seven-day ski tour you’ll explore the Ladin valleys of the Dolomites and discover the history, culture, and cuisine of this breathtaking alpine region. You’ll move from valley to valley on skis and enjoy the welcoming atmosphere of the rifugios, all while dining on incredible cuisine and sampling fine wines found in the region. The trip begins in Cortina D’Ampezzo, a chic Venetian town that attracts a sophisticated crowd with its fashion boutiques and fine dining. Host to the 1956 Olympics, Cortina also offers unrivaled skiing, including 87 miles of slopes that suit all abilities. On day five, you’ll get the chance to ski part of the legendary Sellaronda, a modern day carousel that connects four Dolomite passes, four Ladin valleys, and three districts. The trip ends on a real high, at the Marmolada Glacier, the highest peak in the Dolomites, followed by dinner at acclaimed Restaurant St. Hubertus, recipient of two Michelin stars. 

Quick Facts

The Dolomite ski safari is a six-night, seven-day trip that explores the Ladin valleys of Italy with stops in Cortina d’ Ampezzo and Alta Badia.

The trip includes transfers to and from Venice airport, ski guides, a five-day ski pass, and accommodations in five-star hotels and charming rifugios.  

The trip does not include ski equipment. Plan to bring your own gear or arrange rentals. Bring layers as you will get warm traversing the slopes. 

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