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Review of Dolomiti Ski Tour

Dolomiti Ski Tour
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Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
Owner description: Your guide to skiing Dolomiti Mountains, Italy…all you need to know for an unforgettable italian dolomiti ski holiday experience.
Useful Information: Activities for older children, Food available for purchase
Reviewed 25 March 2012

lot of excellent slopes, superior services on the slope

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Reviewed 23 March 2012

We skied all over the Val Gardena area, visiting 8 resorts without taking off our skis.

1  Thank Matt_likes_surfing
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Reviewed 3 March 2012

Based in Milina (next to Cavalese) and having a car (skibus also very efficient) we were able in 5 days to sky at some of the best ski resort of the Dolomites: Oclini (best place to learn or for 1st day to warm up), Cermis (the place we ended up going on the 2nd and 5th day as slopes and snow were great), Alpe Lusia (very nice and long slopes, very exposed to the sun), Pampeago (great resort)

1  Thank Williamwap
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Reviewed 24 February 2012

A group of eleven family and friends visited this area in half term, age range from 23 years to 73 years, we all had a brilliant time. Cheaper prices than France, piste immaculately groomed and plenty of runs for all abilities. Would highly reccommend Mountainsun Ltd who have two excellent Hotel/Chalets in this area.

2  Thank FreyaOxfordshire
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Reviewed 20 February 2012

We visited Dolomites for the week starting 14th January and stayed in Campitello Val Di Fassa in Hotel Diamant 4* (there is dedicated review here). Every morning we used Col Rodena lift. That was the low season. The adult ski pass costs 185EUR for 6 days for all areas. It is possible to buy ski pass for limited area but it doesn’t make any sense. There is no ski pass for 5 out 6 days so you can not select one day for rest depending how you feel. The gondola lift is open starting 8 am. If you go in between 9 and 10 am be prepared to stay in line for 20-30 minutes (in low season). When you are first time if Dolomites it is real challenge to understand the map. It doesn’t contain the number for slopes but has only notes for lifts. The ski area is really big and for every choice and skills level. The slopes are very well prepared and maintained. There was not that many snow but we had no complains about the slopes quality. We were very lucky with the weather. First five days there were sunny weather with temp around 8-9C with not that much of a wind. There was the snow storm on the day 6 when the visibility went down to 2-3 meters. There are two routes when it is possible to do the complete circle Sella Ronda: 1. Orange Sella Ronda – you ski clock wise - for more experience skiers and Green Sella Ronda – easy one – opposite direction. We did only easy one leaving from Val Di Fassa. The first three quarters was good but the last quarter you travel mainly by lifts. In Ciampinoi we had real challenge with slope 5. Try to avoid it as it is broken literally from the morning and use slope 6 instead to go down. Really enjoyed St. Cristiano (spelling) – you need to take small metro to get there. There is big variety of wide slopes but carefully plan your time. There is special route where you have 10 km of slopes.
The lift system is well developed and designed. We didn’t observe that much of lines. The eating places are great – really enjoyed the food and drinks . Be prepared that there is NO après-ski in the valleys.
That’s the first place I have seen police on the skies. It seems that the place is well maintained for security purposes.
Overall we enjoyed it but I would personally prefer Austria for skiing. Food on the mountain is really remarkable and memorable.

1  Thank Magus M
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