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The Dolomites - a winter dream

In the Dolomites every winter dream becomes true: finest powder, endless waved slopes, carving and snowboarding from early in the morning to late in the evening and to top all of this: amazing views over the Dolomites-mountains.

The Dolomites are a really exciting territory for sportsmen. Particularly exciting when you think about the thrilling ski-world-cup-races, which are taking place since 10 years in Alta Badia and Gröden. Thousands of fans watch the races to enjoy live ski-stars like Bode Miller or Benjamin Reich.

There are many persons who say that the Dolomites are the most beautiful mountains of the world. You will say it, too, once arrived there. The most fascinating are the contrasts. On the one hand cliffy rocks, on the other hand lovely landscapes; here wide beginners-slopes, there challenging ski-runs for pros. And down in valley countless runs for cross-country skiers.

Winter sports in the Dolomites

Antholz, Gsies Valley and Hochpustertal are the hotspots for cross-country skiers in the Dolomites. In Antholz for example are taking place the Biathlon World Championships every year. Worth mentioning are also the many winter-paths, where snow-show-hikers can explore the wintrily landscape of South Tyrol.

Allow yourself some magic days in a winter holiday in the Dolomites. You can choose between guided tours or individually planned trips, where you discover the ski areas on your own. The Dolomites offer slopes for beginners and professionals, epicures and connoisseurs.

The magic winter wonderland of the Dolomites offers also non-skiers a variety of winter activities. Snowshoe-walking, Nordic Walking, wellness, trips in the carriage, riding, swimming… are only a few of all the different activities you can join in South Tyrol.

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