One of the largest ski areas in the world, Dolomiti Superski, is developing and improving its infrastructure and mechanical lifts. The goal is to position itself, not only as one of the largest ski areas in the world, but also as a set of well linked stations, providing a magnificent tourist experience to the skier.

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Image: New ski lift at the Dolomiti Superski Resort – ©Dolomiti Superski Resort

The Italian Alps, in their quest to position themselves as a leading international winter sports destination, are making very astute investments. This new capital provides constant innovation that is making the dreams of some 35 million Italian skiers come true.

As part of the new development plan, Cortina D´Ampezzo will build a new chairlift that will allow a union with the Tofane area. This merger will add up to 47 km of extra slopes to this extensive massif of mountains as photographed below.

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Image: The Cortina D´Ampezzo mountain range

Incredible mountain ranges

Before, at the Dolomiti Superski Resort, this trip had to be done by bus but now, in just a few minutes and without having to take off your skis, you will be able to get to the top of the Lagazuoi track. There you can enjoy its 8.5 kilometers, traveling between Alta Abadia and Sella Ronda.

La Sella Ronda is one of the largest skiable routes in the Dolomites. It is located between the provinces of Belluno, Trento and Bolzano. Marmolada is one of the most sought-after mountain of all the peaks of the Italian Alps, whose peak reaches an impressive 3,342 meters. All of these routes are now available through the Dolomiti Superski Resort.

The Dolomites, with their dense coniferous forests, are considered to be one of the most beautiful mountain ranges in the world. The best way to enjoy to experience it is to go and discover it first-hand, and enjoy the new connections that this wonderful ski area offers us. Its sights truly begin to rival those of the French and Austrian Alps.

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Image: the Tofane mountain range