Five of the best ski resorts for foodies in the Italian Dolomites

Dec 07, 2022 397


With its breathtaking scenery and picture-perfect resorts, skiing in the Dolomites can feel like an out of this world experience. The distinctive peaks of Italy’s northeastern corner may not be the Alps’ tallest, but they have a uniquely high-rise effect, shooting from valley to summit in a sheer curtain of rock, strikingly beautiful when dusted in snow. 

In the region’s UNESCO World Heritage heart, the Dolomiti Superski is a vast and varied ski destination, where one ski pass gives visitors access to 15 ski resorts and a whopping 745 miles of slopes in Veneto, Trentino and South Tyrol. The legendary four-valley Sellaronda ski circuit is just the tip of the iceberg, a marathon 25-mile route circling the gnarly Gruppo del Sella massif. 

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