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SkiDestinationsDestinations skiEuropeItalyCORTINA D’AMPEZZO

Long regarded as one of the best ski destinations in Italy

The simple thought of a skiable resort of international reputation with Italian gastronomy has you salivating? Welcome to Cortina D’Ampezzo, location of the 1956 Olympic Games! In this village of northern Italy, skiing takes place on the slopes of the Dolomites resort.

Why go there?
  • Italian gastronomy
  • Typical local village
  • Possibility of discovering Venice

In the heart of the famed Dolomites that crown the town, the valley of Ampezzo has long been regarded as one of Italy’s top ski destinations. A mythical town, cherished by the jet-set, Cortina oozes with charm.

Cortina is located in the Ampezzo valley; the ski area is spread out over three sectors, offering a good variety of trails. Off-trails areas, sporting equipment, entertainment and boutiques are all there to satisfy every whim. The après-ski scene is a subtle mix of chic and the art of Latin-style living that you won’t find anywhere else.

* An absolute must are the trails in the Cristallo sector, where you’ll find great verticals between the rocky cliffs.

Ask for the “Dolomiti superskipass” for the day and check out the Tyrol southern coast heading toward Bolzano.

Skiable surface: 87 acres

Average snowfall: 200 inches

Lifts: 51

Trails: 101

Beginner: 45 %

Intermediate: 41 %

Advanced: 0 %

Expert : 14 %

Summit elevation: 2990 mètres

Base elevation: 1224 mètres

Vertical drop: 1766 mètres




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