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A 1,200-kilometre experience

The first time you experience the tranquillity of the winter in Laion, you won’t believe that the largest ski carousel in the world is just 15 minutes away by car or bus. With 1,200 kilometres of slopes with guaranteed snow, the Dolomiti Superski ski region promises unique variety and winter days that are bursting with entertainment. But beware: skiing holidays in the Dolomites can be addictive!

1 pass – 12 ski areas

Do you go back to the Dolomites each winter and yet still haven’t skied on every slope? Then that can only be down to the Dolomiti Superski network. All twelve top ski areas can be “experienced” using a single ski pass: The My Dolomiti Skicard is your entrance ticket to 450 state-of-the-art lifts, 30 snowparks and 1,200 kilometres of slopes. Newbies to skiing will be able to find their favourite slopes here just as the best World Cup stars do. And the 400 cosy and rustic huts have your pit stop covered.

All lifts and cable cars in just one click

Dolomiti Superski is a new dimension of skiing. One winter holiday is not enough to get to know all the facets of the Dolomites – and even two or three aren’t either.

Horst Neufeld – skier on holiday in Laion

Sellaronda: A round of skiing fun

With the My Dolomiti Skicard, you also have access to the famous Sellaronda. This takes skiers and snowboarders over four Dolomite passes and around the Sella Group of mountains. You can easily ski the route in one day clockwise or anticlockwise. You’ll travel through the Ladin valleys of the Val Gardena, Alta Badia, Arabba and the Fassa Valley, covering 40 kilometres in total, around 24 kilometres of which are in the cable car.

The Dolomites are within reach. A spine-tingling experience.

Saslong: The world of elite skiing – up close & personal

The Saslong in Val Gardena is one of the most celebrated slopes in the world. Why? It is the location for the two FIS Ski World Cup races, which takes place every year here in December. The majestic Sasso Lungo towers over the proceedings, which means “Saslong” in Ladin and is where it gets its name.

Are you planning a holiday in Laion just before Christmas? If you are, you’ll be able to follow the scene’s superstars live at the ski slope and in the Super-G. Or do you fancy tackling this popular route yourself? In both cases, you are only 20 minutes away from experiencing something that is truly unique.